Hsing Tien Temple

Category: Sightseeing
Location:JhongShan District
Dedicated in 1968, The Taipei Hsing Tien Temple enshrines the Imperial Sovereign Saint Guan (Guan Gong). It is also called the EnJhu Temple (temple of salvation sovereign). There is always incense burning and it is an important cultural heritage site that foreign visitors must see for themselves. On the eve of every lunar new year, at midnight, crowds of followers will rush to burn the first incense. This has become a very eventful folk activity in Taiwan. Along with the original Taipei temple, SanSia temple and BeiTou temple were built earlier. Compared to the crowds and noises at Taipei Hsing Tien Temple, their atmosphere are more tranquill and peaceful . 
Brief Introduction
Opening Time: 8am~8.30pm

Address: No. 109, Sec. 2, MinCyuan E. Rd., JhongShan Dist., Taipei City
Tel: (02) 2502-7924
Website: http://www.ht.org.tw/

SongJian Road: 214 (Interval), 222, 222 (Interval), 33, 72, Brown 16, 286, 286 (Sub), 298, 642, 643, 676, 74, SongJian – SinSheng Mainline, DunHua Mainline

DanShui Route to MinQuan W. Rd., Station, from MinQuan W. Rd., exit, then transit by buy 41, 225, 225 (Interval), 63 (Interval), or Red 32
MuZa Route to ZhongShan Junior High School Station, from FuXing N. Rd., exit, then transit by bus 74, or 63(Interval)

Taxi: Pick-up/Drop-off at SongJian Road entrance.