The main altar for the Shrine.
The sacred 林府姑娘 wooden sculpture. The legend has it that Lim Ko Niao, a Chinese girl who came to Pattani by ship to look for Lim To Khiam, her elder brother who had got married to the Pattani governor's daughter, converted to Islam and ordered the construction of the Krue Se mosque. However, she was not successful in taking her brother back home. Therefore, after putting a curse impeding the roof of the mosque to be completed, she hanged herself on a cashew tree near the mosque and her brother buried her at this place.
The sacred 清水祖师 wooden sculpture.
The sacred福德正神 wooden sculpture.
The old drum and bells.
The altar and other Chinese religious figures.
The old site for amulet counter.
Infomation counter for the Shrine.
The event catalog of Shrine Lim Ko Niao. The temple Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Chinese Shrine will celebrate on the day of the 3rd lunar month every year. In the city will have numerous worshippers come to visit the colorful procession carrying Chao Maes sculpture along several roads in town, walking on fire in front of the shrine, and swimming across the river near Dechanuchit Bridge.
The amulet counter.
The beautiful of huge incense pot.
The Dragon Head Turtle for the base.
The shrine surrounding view with building hall.
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