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All reviews across the street bao we enjoyed walking serene atmosphere next door mrt station taking photos unesco architecture worshippers buddhist donation incense conservation restoration taipei offerings
An easy walk from Yuanshan MRT station, this 200-year-old Daoist temple is a monument to Baosheng Dadi, the folk religion god of medicine. It's a bit gaudy, but nevertheless a very interesting and impressive site and well worth a visit, particularly in conjunction with the...More
We visited the Bao An Temple as part of our all day cruise ship excursion of Taipei. It is just a block away from the Confucius Temple, so it makes for an easy visit of two temples while you're in the area. The Bao An...More
Another beautiful temple, this one a bit outside the cener of Taipei so it is quieter than others in Taipei. If you also wish to visit the gardens, schedule your visit for a day other than Monday since the gardens are closed.
This temple is across the road from the Confucius Temple and is well worth visiting. It has a lovely garden with a pond. Go upstairs for views of the roof and to see other aspects of the temple where local people pray and have meetings...More
Very cultural and traditional. Crowded, they do give you one free incense stick to pray if you want. You can get that at the counter at the entrance. Otherwise, free to visit and beautiful. Subway (MRT) can get you directly across the street of the...More
The air was scented with flowers and incense in this well loved temple. I found the atmosphere to be very tranquil and rested to drink it all in. This is an everyday place of worship with few, if any, accommodations for tourists. An authentic delight.
There are some accommodations close to this place but I must say i never tried them. There is metro station ( red line) Yuanshan aprox. 500 meters from the temple and also the bus stop like 200 meters from there.