The Baoan Temple in Dalongtong is a temple devoted to the worshipping of Baosheng Dadi "Great Emperor Protecting Life". Built by immigrants from Tongan, Fujian, the name ＂Baoan＂ also means ＂Blessed Tongan＂. After numerous renovations, the temple now has three wings and has been declared a Secondary National Heritage Site.
- Historic Sites Religious Venues
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 61, Hami St., Datong Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Yuanshan
Quiet and impressive temple.Next to the Confusious Temple and a short walk from Yuanshan MRT station. Although not as impressive this Temple is much quieter and still has that mystical artistic charm. Worth a visit.
Maybe Taipei's most beautiful templeThe Bao An Temple is one of Taipei’s finest religious buildings and the architecture and the craftmanship that was necessary to build it is truly impressive. It is dedicated to the God of medicine and just right across the street from the Confucius Temple. In my opinion this might be Taipei’s most beautiful temple.
Very interesting templeThe shrine, murals and ornamentations are very impressive. It dates back to the beginning of 19th century and is a Taiwanese folk religion temple. Short walk from Yuanshan metro station.
An impresive templeThe Bao'an Temple is very close to the Confucius temple and should be visited together. The temple as impressive architecture.
Awesome TempleLovely temple, easy walk from MRT; it's also very near the Confucius Temple(which is closed on Monday). Very welcoming and peaceful, with lovely architecture.
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