It's very close to the station, just 2 minutes walk. There are also colorful hydrangea along the way. Just take pictures and walk to it, a very simple and small place. Kek Lok Si Temple is very low-key. The facade is small and does not require tickets. It closes at 16:30. If you want to visit, you must be as early as possible. In fact, the hydrangea outside is very beautiful. There are several ancient buildings inside. It may not be open to the public now, but you can walk inside and walk forward to see the main hall. It takes about half an hour to go in and out, which is very efficient. A high spot. It is also very close to the station, so it can be arranged appropriately.
Hydrangea Season deliberately looked for it. The flowers are in full bloom, but there are few pilgrims and tourists-maybe because the door hasn't opened yet? I followed the people in front to enter through the small door, quietly not disturbing others, and not disturbing the blossoms... The quiet courtyard, like the home of hydrangea, the home of past and present...