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- No.275, Dalong St., Datong Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Yuanshan
Quiet and beautiful templeThe Confucius Temple is pleasantly different from many other temples in Taipei due to the fact that it is a really quiet place, which you can explore without the masses of worshippers and tourists you encounter f.e. at the Longshan Temple. The architecture of Confucian temples is also noticeably different from Buddhist or Taoist temples. Furthermore this temple has a nice little park and a cinema where you can learn more about Confucianism. The temple itself is located about 500m away from the Yuanshan metro station and a visit can easily be combined with a visit to the Baoan Temple right across the street.
Worth a visitNot very old - initially built in 1879 but demolished during Japanese era and rebuilt in 1930. It's a quiet place with some gardens. The temple has 4D cinema which shows the journey of Confucius and the history of the temple. The temple is close to Yuanshan metro station.
A splendid templeThe Confucius temple is a richly decorated temple. It is close to Bao'an temple and can easily be visited along with it. The temple contains a variety of ceramic decorations. A very relaxing place to visit.
Lyndhurst, United Kingdom
Relaxing visitThe temple is free to visit and there are Englush guides by the entrance. You can walk around the various temple buildings and there are ponds with turtles. There is a lovely atmosphere and you can learn about the Confucian teachings. It is worth visiting the theatre show. it is very child friendly and the special effects are surprising!
Raleigh, North Carolina
Another fascinating temple in Taipei that's worth visitingAn easy walk from Yuanshan MRT station, this somewhat austere Confucius Temple is very simple and peaceful. A visit here should be combined with the nearby Daoist Bao'an Temple on the next block.
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