We went with a local guide to see the alms giving ceremony and chose to go a little away from the centre of town where there were less tourists and more local people. Around a couple of hundred monks and young novices in their orange robes came and filed along the side of the road collecting the days food from the locals who sat on mats by the road side to receive blessings. Once the procession starts it only takes a few minutes but is well worth seeing and getting up early in the morning.
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