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Pulau Galang Things to Do

  • by cekeysh Written Apr 22, 2008

    Not quite a nice experience to visit a cemetery. But, when knowing that many of these people were a non-survivor from the ocean or from the endemic disease, and many of them are children, might bring a thought.

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  • by cekeysh Written Apr 22, 2008

    There were three churches built here, but only two of them survived. The church of Mary Immaculata still sometimes used for sermon. The complex of the church consist of a seminary, a church and some statues. One of the statue is in the form of a boat, with mother Mary on it.

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  • by cekeysh Written Apr 22, 2008

    A temple still reserve here. Built up to a hill. From the temple we could observe the ocean around the island and another island surround. Peace and nice. Many of ex-refugee come back and pay the respect to the Kwan Im here.

    The mural outside the temples Dragon on the stairs to the temple The goddess To pay respect
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