At the Guan Yin Tong (Kwan Yin/Kuan Yin/Goddess of Mercy) Cave Temple, here is a place where couples in love can buy 2 small padlocks, write their names and vows and lock them together on a 30.4m long chain running along the limestone hills behind the temple. The key will be thrown away into a designated pond, never to be found. This will ensure that the couple will be tied together, forever never to be separated.
It is interesting to note that the practise of using love padlocks started way back in the 1980s in Hungary. Since then it has spread to Russia, Latvia, Italy, Guam, Uruguay, China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, China, Germany, Ukrain, Sweden, Spain, Belgium, Czech Republic, UK, France, Netherlands, Slovenia, Denmark and now in Malaysia. Source: Wikipedia, here.
Do you think this is romantic and will you try this method?
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