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This temple is not gorgeous but is of cultural and historical importance. Some of the relics of the actual monk who was the protagonist for Journey to the West are enshrined here. The relics are in a case on the 3rd floor viewable by closed...More
As you make your way around the southern end of Sun Moon Lake, it's worth a quick 15 minute stop to visit the Master Xuan Zang Memorial Hall. There are some interesting statues in the courtyard right after you pass through the gate and there's...More
After our boat ride, our guide drove my spouse and I to visit this temple, one of many scattered around the lake. Located on a hill near the southern end of the lake it was built in Tang Dynasty style, and houses a few religious...More
This is a lovely temple with a real peaceful atmosphere and a story to tell of Xuan Zhuang who travelled far and wide spreading his message. There are even relics of him to see. It has a good view over the lake and the monks...More
The cafe up the back of the hill behind the temple. Best coffee for 100 kilometres in any direction. And great views. And lovely proprietors. Expensive, but still good value.
You can drive your car up, and should as the parking is better than on...More