- Historic Sites Religious Venues
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 61, Sec. 1, Dihua St., Datong Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Monday: 06:16 – 19:47
Tuesday: 06:16 – 19:47
Wednesday: 06:16 – 19:47
Thursday: 06:16 – 19:47
Friday: 06:16 – 19:47
Saturday: 06:16 – 19:47
Services & Facilities
G Songshan-Xindian Line Beimen
Small semi interesting templeIf your visiting Dihua street,then check out this small temple.famous for its matchmaking powers.A place where local unmarried people flock to
Taoist temple pilgrimage must seeIts a small temple in Di Hua st.if not for the smoke from incense and people praying at the kong you will not notice that the temple is there. This may be a small temple but its rich with history and relevance in the Taoist faith. Another treat to visiting this temple are the Taoist shops across the street where you will find Taoist articles that you will not find anywhere else.
Greater Melbourne, Australia
Good Little Temple Near The End of Dihua StreetThis was an interesting little temp,e stuck between very old buioldings near the end of Dihua Street and definitely worth a visit and one of the more interesting sights in the area.
Christchurch, New Zealand
Almost MissableA small, almost missable temple that apparently attracts a lot of single people (and there were certainly a number of young ladies there). The temple is dedicated to Cupid, who (it is told), while remaining in an upright position, will grant you a good marriage. This particular temple is also known to have the highest density of deities in Taiwan, and there are certainly a lot of them.
OK TempleQuite a busy small temple. Not in the prettiest of locations but it is easy to find.and not too far from several night markets. I would make a special trip to see this temple but worth a look if you are passing by.
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