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This little jewel box of a temple was one of my favorite temples that I visited in Taipei. It was small, but full of such lovely art that that made this almost a living Museum. We enjoyed walking around taking pictures and the local people...More
A short walk from the more famous Confucius Temple, Dalongdong Bao An Temple has much to explore, including a house of worship at the rear, where upon you can climb up several flights of stairs to get some fantastic views of both the temple grounds...More
As soon as you landed in Taipei, you'd soon find that there are many temples ...Bao An temple is conveniently location right across from it's more famous neighbor, Taipei Confucius Temple. It's a nice little temple which seems to attract more worshippers. While visiting Confucius...More
The Temple was under construction when we went, but it was still a beautiful site. The adjacent garden was very beautiful and peaceful. It is right next to the Confucius Temple, making it a great site to see if you want to get a couple...More
Close by the Red Line Yuanshan station. Combine with a visit to the very close by Confucius Temple. Only distraction was the number of planes arriving almost directly overhead. Temple received a Unesco award in 2003 for conservation work done in the 1990’s. Lots of...More
While the Confucian temple right across the street is more of a museum than an actual alive temple, this Taoist temple is quite different. No English signs to explain what it is that you're seeing, it's a spiritual place for those who go to worship....More
We happen to go around 9-10am (recommended!). The crowds were thin, and the adjacent area was quiet and meditative. While there were chanting going on in the main temple, which was also were serene and spiritual. There's a deep-bass drum on one side and a...More
There are some accommodations close to this place but I must say i never tried them. There is metro station ( red line) Yuanshan aprox. 500 meters from the temple and also the bus stop like 200 meters from there.