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Chao Pu-Ya Chinese Spirit Shrine and Lake is adjacent to the Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre; together they form the focal point of Chaloem Phrakiat Park. The shrine is a large Chinese spirit shrine with a Chinese rock garden that overlooks the lake. Two Chinese pavilions stand in the lake, serving as a view point in cool, breezy and shady surroundings. The golden dragon, used during the Thung Si Mueang annual festival in December, is kept here. Most visitors assume that Chao Pu-Ya is a part of the Thai-Chinese Cultural Cener as they are across the street from each other.
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Chao Pu-Ya Chinese Spirit Shrine and Lake is adjacent to the Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre; together they form the focal point of  Chaloem Phrakiat Park.  The shrine is a large Chinese spirit shrine with a Chinese rock garden that overlooks the lake. Two Chinese pavilions stand in the lake, serving as a view point in cool, breezy and shady surroundings. The golden dragon, used during the Thung Si Mueang annual festival in December, is kept here.  Most visitors assume that Chao Pu-Ya is a part of the Thai-Chinese Cultural Cener as they are across the street from each other.