- Religious Venues Family Activities 101 Highlights
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 211, Guangzhou St., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Services & Facilities
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
The oldest temple in TaiwanThe temple easy access to reach by taking MRT. ( just one station from Ximen, blue line) Nice to go around and take some light meal nearby thereafter .
Such a nice temple!Okay it's crowded but there is a reason for it... It's a very nice temple not to say the best in town! This is oldest of all and heavily visited by locals. Details are impressive. fountains and waterfall so beautiful :) Entrance is free of course ! Next to it you have a interesting night market
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A popular temple in Taiwan.We visited this temple as a part of a walking tour, and I can say that this is a ver popular temple for the locals and the tourists as well. It was a bit crowded when we visited the place. The nearest MRT Station is the Longshan Temple Station; it's very accessible. If you have kids/toddlers with you, I won't recommend that you visit the place.
Interesting cultural experience with local touchThis place is a local hangout, known for the fertility God. Many flock to this place to pray earnestly for a child, specifically a boy. Tourists do hang out here too as it is still a culturally strong place. It has been around for years and many find this temple-visiting a great activity to include in their trip.
New York City
Beautiful templeThis is one of the more beautiful temples I have been to. There is something peaceful and tranquil about it, in spite of the huge crowd. Maybe because the crowd is largely quiet and respectful. Maybe because the peace comes from watching most of the people doing their own rituals and ablutions quietly as they pray. It is quite colorful, from the saints and the décor, to the various offerings to the gods left on the tables, to the red joss sticks and flames at the incense pyres, to the gray smoke floating up to the heavens laden with petitions and prayers. There is really no need for a guided tour. One can simply cab it to this place, and walk around independently. I was advised that Snake Alley is nearby, and it is. However, Snake Alley is now mostly Manicure Alley, more nail salons, than snake tanks! So if you miss it, no big miss.
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