Xing Tian Gong wasn’t built until 1967, making it one of the youngest in the city. In the inner courtyard, you’ll often see throngs of worshippers kneeling and bowing in front of various alters; many leave flowers and tea as offerings on the main alter to Guan. The temple is said to bring good luck, and dozens of fortune tellers line the path outside of the temple to offer spiritual advice and guidance to those passing through.
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Taipei is the political, economic, educational, and cultural center of Taiwan where you can explore many different religions traditions, performing arts and ... Read more
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Duration: 7 hours (approx.)