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Longsan Temple

No.22, Lane 95, Zhongshan Road, Xinbei, Taiwan
+886 2 2621 4866
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No.22, Lane 95, Zhongshan Road, Xinbei, Taiwan
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+886 2 2621 4866

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Reviewed 14 May 2017

A good insight into the local culture. I was with a friend who was able to explain everything to me. As I am only able to read English. If you can read chinese it will be ok for you. Great atmosphere but a bit busy...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Out of jet lag, my husband and I found a Chinese breakfast place at 6 am one day. The shop owners were surprised We didn't know about the Tempe. We were then highly recommended to go 'down the block' to feel the 'local culture'. As...More

Thank thetraveler01
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Crowded with worshipers who were clearly inspired to be at this temple - the compact area creates a very atmospheric and spiritual atmosphere. It would have been useful to know details of the various worship locations and practices, but an interesting and enjoyable visit to...More

Thank JoDubaiUae
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Had a bad experience visiting this temple; not only was it very crowded, they were fixing a lot of installations when I visited.

Thank JeffCape
Reviewed 25 March 2017

This was not our first visit to this temple but definitely this was our most memorable. We went at night. The atmosphere was very different from our last visit which was during the day. I have visited many temples in Asia and I must say...More

Thank Florence B
Reviewed 9 March 2017

A quick stop at Longshan station and a short walk will get you to the temple. It was crowded with worshippers in the evening we were there. Lots of incense so the smell was quite overwhelming for me. I walked around the temple, paying attention...More

Thank KLjane
Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

Outside the temple, the place is dirty so much begger are around there. Regards to the temple, it's quite boring and nothing special.

Thank Alston C
Reviewed 13 February 2017

It was similar to most temples in an around Taipei but worth a visit if you are in the Tamsui region. Although the signage is not great there are enough directions in English to find it if you arrive at the Tamsui Train Station

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 3 February 2017

One of the best place to experience and witness the Taiwanese people and religion. Longsan temple is directly linked by either the MRT or the efficient bus system. It is one of Taiwan's largest and oldest temple, vsited daily by devotees and tourists alike to...More

Thank Taipei921
Reviewed 29 December 2016

As we know the famous temple and rich Buddhism culture in Taiwan, this is a great temple to grant your wishes. People will come to pray for everything such as career, wealth, health, marriage, study, child...etc. It's easy to reach by taking the MRT. Come...More

Thank Oliswu
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