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OFFERING a tray of eggs to the deity at Hock Hin Keong (Ban Ka Lan Snake Temple) in Bayan Lepas, Penang, Lily Au prayed for good health and safety for her family.
PLACES of worship on Penang island were in full compliance of the standard operating procedures (SOPs) on the first day of Chinese New Year (CNY).
GEORGE TOWN: It was a rare sight at the famous Hock Hin Keong (Ban Ka Lan Snake Temple) in Bayan Lepas with only about 10 people present for Chinese New Year prayer
Growing up in a Penang Hokkien household, our writer follows many traditions, rites and rituals during Chinese New Year.
HUNDREDs of devotees enjoyed a night of festivities at the Hock Hin Keong (Ban Ka Lan Snake Temple) in Penang during the temple’s CNY Culture Celebration 2020.
DESPITE falling on a weekday and amid the coronavirus scare, the birthday of resident deity Cheng Chooi Chor Soo Kong saw a steady stream of devotees thronging the Hock Hin Keong (Ban Ka Lan Snake Temple) in Bayan Lepas, Penang.
GEORGE TOWN: The resident deity of the Snake Temple in Bayan Lepas has predicted that Penang’s economy this year will be at its best from May to August.
THE flame-watching ceremony and festival to celebrate Chinese New Year will be held at the Ban Ka Lan Snake Temple in Bayan Lepas, Penang, on Jan 29, the fifth day of the lunar calendar.