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Taichung Confucius Temple takes up almost a block and is a peaceful spot to take a break from the city. The colorful buildings are well maintained and the complex makes for a nice space for a stroll with a garden area near the main entrance.
We visited this temple late in the day and there were just a handful of other visitors there. It was very quiet and peaceful. The temple grounds and buildings were very clean and well maintained. Entry was free and the whole place is very colourful...More
For me, this place looks like a compact version of the forbidden city in beijing china. However, I find this place more organized without the hustle and hustle of the one in beijing. It is a much more relaxed place to visit. There is hardly...More
Although the building itself is not very old, the style is a traditional one. I am sure that you can take nice pictures here. The entrance is free. If you walk from the station, it takes about 20 minutes.
Really nice temple. It is a big temple located right within the busy hustle bustle of Taichung. Magnificent temple architecture. Very peaceful from the moment you step inside the gate. This temple is about 40 something years old and it still looks like new. It's...More
This is a peaceful respite in the middle of busy Taichung. The temples are well maintained and honor Confucius, his ancestors and his disciples. The impact of Confucius on Chinese society and culture is immense and the honors are well deserved. The grounds are less...More