It is not a temple of worship as such but a detailed description of the life of Confucius, the greatest teacher in Chinese history and the six arts taught by him namely, Rites, Music, Archery, Chariot riding, Calligraphy and Computation. It is very educational, and its use of multimedia displays and hands on educational tools made one's tour even more interesting. Personally I was most interested in the birth of the Chinese characters and the origin of computation. It is definitely worth spending some time here when you visit Taipei. But be reminded that this attraction is closed to the public on Mondays. For transport, it is within walkable distance to the Yuanshan Metro Station (MRT Tamshui/Red line). It is also right next to the Baoan Temple.
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