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Taipei’s most famous temple was built in the first half of the 18th century and is one of the best places in the city to witness the locals worshipping, offering food and gifts to the gods and burning incense sticks. No matter what time of...More
Visited the popular LongShan temple on a weekday morning and was surprised to see many Taiwanese elderly here to offer their thanks, pray and participated in the chants. Many people were seated around the inner court and visitors diligently respect the space. I took some...More
We went there at 8pm on our way to the nightmarket/snack street next to it. Having seen a lot of temples so far but I found this place very nice as it has a great openness atmosphere, free entry and I highly recommend to go...More
I walked around this lovely temple on a walking tour. So was good to learn about this lively old temple with so many people coming into pray. There is the train station opposite and markets and red light district nearby so it's a busy area!
A real beautiful temple, with great decoration on its front entrance. After we visited it we walked around the streets nearby, and saw an area where they prepare massive amount of food for the monks, which was also a nice thing to watch.
This is the first temple my family and I visited on our trip and it was amazing. The architecture is beautiful and if you are hungry, one of Taipei's night markets is close by. I recommend visiting this temple at night because it is lit...More