Hsing Tian Kong, Taipei
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Pray for wealth and luck in business at Hsing Tian Kong, a popular Taoist temple in Taipei’s Zhongshan district. An impressive structure erected on the corner of a very busy intersection, the temple worships Guan Yu, the patron god of businesspeople. Constructed in 1967, the temple features many intricate carved designs and contains a collection of dragon sculptures. Locals flock here to pray, while people wait in line to get a blessing or take part in open lectures held by various Confucian scholars. The busy temple has its own subway station, and no burning of incense is allowed inside the temple. Use our Taipei trip itinerary builder to add Hsing Tian Kong and other attractions to your Taipei vacation plans.
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４年前お祈りして、商売順調に来たので、お礼参りに行ってきました。 それは抜きにしても日本のお寺とは違った明るい雰囲気で異国情緒を感じます。I wish you four years ago, came to the business well and went to the temple. It is bright and even pulling out different temples of Japan and feel exotic.show original
台北の中心街にある寺院です。有名なようで観光客よりも地元の方で賑わっており、台湾の方の信仰心のあつさを目の当たりにした感じがしました。建物は日本の寺院建築とは全く違っていて、異国の文化を感じることが出来ます。It is a temple located in downtown Taipei. More tourists by as well-known and crowded with locals, with the beliefs of the people of Taiwan feel. Buildings are completely different temples of Japan, can feel the culture of a foreign country.show original
Beautiful temple. Frequented mostly by locals so many interesting things to see on the cultural side.
Inside on the east side is an information computer with a few languages to learn about the religious practices of this temple.
An old and popular Taiwan temple. Good for people who want to know more about Taiwan religion. This temple can be your first stop of your Taiwan trip.
A good place to visit. Not touristy but crowded with locals
This is a Wow temple. Must visit place and prayful!
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