Amazing history nestled right in town. Great way to spend a half day, and it was amazing to walk through the walls of these buildings.
We reached there almost 1pm is was a little bit drizzling,there were some duty hand over parade by those soldiers they were smart and prideful.I was told they usually need to stand there till each shift end with out moving the body posture all the way till next soldier take over est.3-4 hours durations.Is a quiet place in there is... More
Not much to see here. Went on a weekday, just a few people visiting, which is quite suitable for picture taking. In some rooms, you can see classes being conducted ( calligraphy i think ). Easy place to visit, seems lots of Bus routes passes here.
This temple is very easy to get around. Can't get lost and it's not super packed or busy. It has many serene spots to sit down and read a book and relax.
The nice Temple is very nice after the huge earth quake. However you may need to have strong interest on Taoist to understand all the details of the Temple.
This is probably one of the most modern Confucius temples in Taiwan - most in other cities date back a few decades if not more while this one was built in 2004. September 28 is a big day each year to celebrate Confucius' birthday so if you happen to be in Taiwan, you can visit the spectacle. The temple is... More
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