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Interesting setup and a must see on Hsinchu. It’s not easy to locate the temple; as it’s well nestled inside the food market. Try looking for the gate which will well lead you to the temple ... if you’re not distracted with the local fare...More
We went to see the temple first, was lost initially because the temple’s inside the market.
Then went to try the oyster omelette which was delicious. Tried the famous rice noodles but it’s not as special as I thought.
My friends also ordered stir fried...More
I understand this is a high-ranking cultural landmark and can appreciate the high quality craftsmanship that is present in this temple, but unfortunately I simply couldn’t get past the large crowds or the choking incense (and cigarette) smoke. Every time I would stop to admire...More
Hsinchu local delicacies, such as red yeast meatballs (肉圓), meatball soup (貢丸湯), fried rice vermicelli (炒米粉) and much more can be found outside of the Temple from morning to late evening. On the important days of the year, for example the ghost month or Lantern...More
As good as Google translate is, this venue is very difficult if you don't speak any Chinese. It's a real possibility to get maimed by a moped. They are everywhere no matter how many pedestrians and how small the passageway. The people though are very...More
The Cheng Huang Temple and its surroundings are the heart of Hsinchu. The temple is in an older part of town and is surrounded by a market and places to eat. The temple itself is beautiful and full of character and history. It is visited...More
If you are going there during the lunch time, this place got lots of food choices to choose.
It is also beside the temple.
Entering the location will see that it is filled with different shops selling food.
Local food delights in one single place!