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After the Confucius temple, one should make it a must to go to both the Baoan garden and temple. The garden is peaceful while the temple is perhaps one of the best for meditation and prayer. The architecture with all its details is wonderful. I'll...More
Directly opposite the entrance to Confucius Temple is a small arch into another temple. This is actually the Baoan Gardens. The temple will be directly across from the gardens. It is not a huge area, but fountains, trees and Chinese artifacts and objects and animals...More
Baoan Temple and Garden is truly an oasis within Taipei. From man made natural elements such as ponds and caves to the exquisite detail on the swallowtail roof designs, Baoan offers not only a religious and/or spiritual experience, but one of calm and tranquility. The...More
This is my favorite temple and I've been to a few in many different countries! It was perfect when we went here: weather is fine, cold but not uncomfortable; very few people in the temple so the place was really quiet; and we got to...More
The temple is a UNESCO heritage and that alone is a factor greatly to be considered. Its location is not difficult to find as there are a lot of signs leading to it. There are also great coffee shops nearby.
The Temple has beautiful intricate...More
We walked from the Confucius Temple through the garden to this Temple and it was almost a magical experience. The sounds of the bustling city all around but I this quiet oasis inside the walls. The fact that we visited at night probably helped create...More
This temple is quite a structure in the middle of an otherwise modern street. The glass facade of the neighbouring building really strikes a contrast between the old and new.
This is worth going to, to see the fine architecture of old Taiwan. There is...More
This one of the compact temples that you should go to as it is adjacently located with another temple in its location.
You may consider it a cramp dark temple (because of the soot from burning incense throughout the years) but once inside, your right...More