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Phuket marks quiet start to Chinese New Year

By The Phuket News

 

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Very few people have turned out at Chinese shrines in Phuket Town to celebrate Chinese New Year. Photo: PR Phuket

 

PHUKET: Chinese New Year got off to a quiet start today (Feb 12), with the streets quiet for the special public holiday declared in the hope of boosting domestic tourism, and only local residents attending Chinese shrines across the island instead of the bustling crowds of tourists seen in years past.

 

Thai-Chinese living in the heart of the Phuket Old Town area, especially along Thalang Rd and Phang Nga Rd, have decorated their homes in honour of the festive occasion, yet even then the number of houses adorned with the traditional decorations seem to be fewer than in previous years, noted the Phuket office of the Public Relations Department (PR Phuket) in their own report.

 

Meanwhile, few people have turned out at the Pud Cho Shrine on Soi Phuthon, off Ranong Rd, to observe annual blessing ceremonies and to make merit, PR Phuket also noted.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/phuket-marks-quiet-start-to-chinese-new-year-78990.php

 

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