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This is a very busy and very functional temple. The smell of incentese hangs heavily in the air. Lots of people actively praying and many people reading relious texts. A fascinatint place, well worth a visit. Don't get in the way of the devoutees!
We tried to go to fish market. But with jetlag, my friend definitely lost direction sense. But this led us to tour the wonderful streets and discovers this amazing temple. It full of harmony and peace with many people quietly sitting, strolling, listening or praying.
Lots of hustle and bustle, with people queued up to receive blessings or pray. Not much signage in English to explain what is happening but fascinating to watch others exercising the rituals of their faith. Nice small carp pond to the audience right of the...More
This is quite a beautiful temple with lovely architecture and without the burning of incense at all. In addition to the front and main halls of the temple It is worth visiting both sides as there is quite a lot to see. Inside the main...More
This temple is located next to MRT station and is very clean and well ran. Even if you are not a buddist should pay a visit because it is one of the very few and ban the burning of incense sticks and paper god money....More
Exploring Taipei we cane upon this temple which had many volunteers who are happy to help. It has an exotic feel and the architecture is mesmerizing. It doesn’t require a lot of time, but allows visitors to refresh themselves before going on to their next...More
We were near the Xing Tian Gong MTR station, so we just walked over for a visit. The major difference is that there was no burning of incense or candles so it had a different feel to it than other temples when walking in. Then...More
This large and historic temple is very popular and often crowded. If you are new to Bhuddism, you will likely appreciate the free-standing sign placards near the middle of the open courtyard that explain how worship is conducted (i.e. how to bow, in which order...More