How to get there


 No. 211, Guangzhou Street, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan





Starting at Bopiliao Ancient Street

-facing bopilao

-walk to your left straight ahead for about 3 blocks

-lungshan will be on your right

Starting at Taipei Main Station (since our hotel is actually near here)

-Board the Taipei Metro Bannan Line (blue line) toward dingpu

-exit train at Longshan Temple

-exit station and follow signs for 3

-walk straight on Heping West road section 3

-turn left onHeping West road section 3 lane 59

-walk ahead and right on sanshui street

-take the first left (guangzhou street lane 92)

-walk straight ahead and right onguangzhou street

-facing bopilao

-walk to your left straight ahead for about 3 blocks

-lungshan will be on your right

Friendly Advise:

It's better to use MAPS or GMAPS if you're confused about the streets


This have been documented as the most well known temple in Taiwan. According to the taipei guide, this Temple was built in 1738 by settlers from Fujian as a gathering place for Chinese settlers. Located in the old village part of Taipei, Wanhua District, this temple has stood the test of time and lasted through several natural disasters and wars.

It's free of charge to lurk around but donations are accepted to help it keep maintained.

Just by being there even on a cold rainy day, I can say that there's tons of people coming in to pay this temple a visit. Though to me it look's like a faded temple as it does not really shows off color. 


We kind of waited till the crowd fades since there's just too much people every minute here as here right here is where the entrance and exit gate. There's too much tourist around and getting a decent photo is actually a challenge and with this photo, I'm pretty satisfied.

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