Location – Taiwan.
Yangmingshan National Park is located in the north of Beitou. Yangmingshan was called Caoshan (Grass Mountain) during Japanese occupation of Taiwan, because it was covered with grass and seldom visited. After World War II, the KMT government renamed the mountain Yangmingshan and built a park here. Yangmingshan National Park is the only park in Taiwan that has volcanic geography and hot springs. It is next to Shamao Mountain and Qixing Mountain with Datun Mountain on the right and Guanyin Mountain in front. The magnificent mountainous scenery and comfortable weather have made Yangmingshan National Park a perfect summer resort. Total area of the park is 125 hectares, designed in traditional Chinese style. The natural beauty of the part has won it the reputation as urban forest and the Taipei garden. The park is characterized by a large clock made of flowers with a diameter of 22 feet. Water runs around the flower clock and music is played every hour. The clock is the characteristic of Yangming Park.
Location – Wat Traimit, Bangkok.
The Temple of the Golden Buddha or Wat Traimit is located on Yaowarat Road, in Chinatown. The measuring 12feet 5inches in diametre and has a height of 15 feet 9 inches from the base to the crown and it weighs approximately 5.5 tons. Ages over 700 years ago during the Sukhothai period. It is a valueble treasure of Thailand and of Buddhism.
Location – Yaowarat, Chinatown Bangkok.
The Chinese Temple Chao Mae Kuan Yim Shrine (also spelled Kuan Im or Quan Yin) is home to the Thian Fa Foundation, which was established in 1902, by the Co-operation of the Chinese Immigrants of Five Dialects. It was the first foundation in Thailand to aim at giving medical treatment to deprived patients. The treatments are both modern and traditional Chinese. Inside the foundation building, there is a shrine of Kuan Yim, Phra Bodhisat Awalokitesuan in the attitude of giving blessings.