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Lovely inside, very restful and beautiful. The waterfalls at the entrance were nice and the décor was amazing. Great to see so many worshiping, young and old. I think it is better to visit at night, the lighting on the building is beautiful
While in Taiwan my in laws took me to this temple, its worth a visit. Theres lots of history. The only down side was that it was very busy and difficult to move around, not very big either. Worth a visit I would recommend.
There is something quite unique about this temple. I also like the fact a lot of people come in to worship. There were beautiful bouquets of flowers which were offerings. The details on the roof and ceiling are also beautiful. There were many visitors but...More
We went here with an night tour of Taipei. I appreciated the tour guide sharing the different perspectives and ideology of this temple. The temple itself was beautiful and extremely busy. This is a worthwhile addition to any visit to Taipei.
Historic and a living place of worship. Hundreds of locals pass through, burn incense and offer gifts. A moving experience to watch a group of locals with head bowed in pray with a chanting monk. Close to subway and easy walk to close street markets.
I went with a local tour guide, there were many interesting stories about this temple, how it came about, war, rebuilding, architecture, and myths. This place is full of local culture. Is a must go if you have locals to bring you and explain to...More
I have never had a more wonderful cultural experience than I did at the Longshan Temple. Full of sensory experiences—people everywhere—movement, colors, smells, sights, sounds unique and thrilling. There were tables everywhere full of offerings of all sorts—food, flowers—all beautifully arranged. Large incense burners scattered...More