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Address: No.88 Zhongzheng Road, Taitung 950, Taiwan
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+886 8932 2604
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours

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Very good local temple, not many tourists

On my way back to local bus terminal, I found this hidden gem. It seems a temple for locals. Very big, quiet, and holy place. I could pray tranquille for my grand ma, and spent... read more

Reviewed 23 December 2016
Hee_Sung_K
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Seoul, South Korea
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Reviewed 23 December 2016

On my way back to local bus terminal, I found this hidden gem. It seems a temple for locals. Very big, quiet, and holy place. I could pray tranquille for my grand ma, and spent some time to look around, and incensed. I was the only visitor around 16:30, and there was some staff who work there, I guess. It... More 

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