Compared to all the other temples in Taipei, this one is very plain. Plus you can’t get up close inside to see anything, or take a decent pic
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Nice old temple, but nothing too much. Good to take a peek if it is along your way. That's all. Not worth making a special trip.
If you are a businessman, then this temple is a compulsory visit. No incense burning and lot of dragons. The architecture is beautiful.
feel calm and peaceful after entered this place. you won't feel you are in a downtown when you are in there. the temple is beautiful, the place is clean. many people in there worshiping silently. there are volunteers will teach you the steps to give...More
This temple is one of the most beautiful that I have ever seen. You easily get caught up in the sights and smells of the place, and you can truly feel the spirituality of the place.
This is a Taoist temple devoted to Military hero/ Deity General Guan Yu (160-220, AD). It is one of the most worshipped temple in Taiwan. It also is one of the most beautiful temple in Taiwan. The temple reveals the beautiful mixture of the traditional...More
We came to visit on a prayer day, so it was very busy. But, it was extremely beautiful. And even with all of the people you could feel the serenity of the Temple.
Amidst the buildings all around, you will feel very serene in this temple. The temple does not have joss sticks nor burning incense, to prevent pollution.
Got here early in the morning on a taxi ride from Ximending (which cost a little less TWD 500). The staircase leading up to the temple is quite high, so it might be a challenge to those who are elderly and with grave medical condition....More