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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
This is a great temle to visit. When I was visiting it was a cermony going on so we were not allowed to take photos but jsut experiences the cermony was a grewat memory. The architecture is also unique and different from the other temples...More
I have known this temple as a landmark since childhood but never ever visited. I had a weekend overlay in Taipei so I made a visit after lunch. This IS not a Buddhist temple, just want to make that point clear for visitors. The place...More
Hsing Tian Kong is well known and somewhat popular in Taipei. But you will be much better off to visit the Dragon Mountain Temple (Lung-Shen Tzi), that is much more famous, popular, genuine and it was huge.Both the building the classic religious prevail both inside...More
Within walking distance from the Sherwood hotel, this temple/shrine has many outstanding features that gives a tourist a good glance of Taiwan's ancient culture and religion.
It is kept very well maintained and tourist are welcomed; but as in all sacred places, you have to...More
We visited this temple on a hot day but it did not felt stuffy in the temple despite the crowd. The ban on incense burning does make this a more enjoyable temple visit. There are 4 deities to pray to and there are volunteers who...More