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Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
LOCATION
No.69 Dong Road, Wanli Lane, New Taipei, Taiwan
Jingshan / Wanli District
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Reviewed 20 April 2018

It appears that all the earlier11 reviews are for the Daolongdong Bao’An Temple which is in Taipei City across from the Confucius Temple near MRT Station Yuanshan. Well worth a visit. That temple’s primary deity is Baosheng Dadi, a Taoist saint, well known for his...More

1  Thank TJim60
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Reviewed 17 March 2018

One of the most important temples to visit in Taipei located in Dalongdong Cultural and Historical District just a block away from the Confucius Temple. This looks less touristy than the more famous Longshan Temple.

Thank ECLadines
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

This temple was beautiful. Stunning buildings with a garden around it. There were barely any people around which made it a really pleasant place to visit. The statues and artefacts were pretty amazing. Overall definitely recommend.

Thank EmJ255068
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

One of the most beautiful temple in Taipei. Got to see the beautiful Chinese architecture. We got to see several local people praying there in the temple ,which was interesting and enriching experience. As we had reached the temple late evening , had a chance...More

1  Thank Member20002015
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Reviewed 21 November 2017 via mobile

We visited around 9pm and the lights really showcased the beauty of the temple's features.. it made for some pretty dramatic photos. It felt very peaceful to walk around inside and observe the faithful saying their prayers and offering flowers to the deities. After our...More

Thank Katty Y
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Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

A beautiful temple that is quite a feast for the eyes. We arrived at dusk, and it was even nicer to see after it got dark and the lanterns were lit. In the back there is a set of staircases and an elevator that will...More

Thank TorontoMusicman
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Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

Very interesting temple have three aimed godess you pray to including the one rsponsible on one health. Lots come to ask for mercy and helth.

Thank menachemle
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Reviewed 7 May 2017

This temple was utterly charming. The design details are magnificent, from doors to finials, to bas reliefs to sculpted columns, to murals and of course to the many exquisite deities that can grant all your wishes if you are one of the faithful. Like in...More

1  Thank Vickie W
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Reviewed 6 May 2017

This ancient Taoist temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is why we decided to make the trip here, and I'm glad that we did! The art is amazing - all the attention to detail throughout the large complex. There was an English-speaking staff...More

Thank tumbleweeds023
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

This is an old temple foundered in 1760 by immigrants from Quanzhou in Fujian Provence. There were numerous small prayer rooms around the perimeter of the temple which was inter4sting as each was a little different.Well worth a visit.Access is vai the Yuanshan station on...More

Thank Oldjack
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