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Amazing architecture of a Chinese temple dating back to AD 960-987, dedicated to the Chinese sea godess Mazu. This is located in the Lukang Township.
The complex was damaged by the Japanese or the war and has gone through a few of renovations.
Mazu Temple TianHou In Lukang is a must visit. The temple architecture is amazing. Walk to the back where there’s a 2 storey temple. It’s amazing. This is a must visit TianHou temple admist the many Temples in Taiwan and one that is visited by...More
It is not a very big temple but nice architecture. One thing is Taiwan's temples have very very impressive architecture and structure. Amazing. You can donate a little blessing to the temple and take a pack of rice, amulet and a yellow paper for blessing.
There are many Tianhou Gong temples in Taiwan, but that of Lugang is maybe one of the best known Tianhou Gong. There are many visitors at any time, and the temple is full of incense. If you go to Lugang, this should be the first...More
A place full of history and culture. From the entrance, you can start to enjoy the beauty of the traditional Taiwanese architecture, the sculpture of the window, wall and the dragon column. Not only the individuals but also the groups, composed of temples of the...More
This is historical temple which have long history. This is one of the first Tianhou temple in Taiwan.
People came here to wish Tianhou blessing for good luck. Keep safe for family. And tour stories and gods of Chinese Dao.
A masterpiece of Chinese religious architecture and art dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu,
Magnificent for its beauty, its soul and its fervent religious activity.
Don’t miss the temple's coffered ceilings and the two storey rear halls at the back of the temple
I was fortunate to have visited this massive temple during a religious celebration which included dancing, performances, music and amazingly colorful costumes. Although packed (this temple was the last stop on a pilgrimage route), I was able to explore the temple and its numerous rooms...More
This temple is old but has beautiful architecture. Worth a visit if you are in Changhua. The ceiling of the entrance area is particularly fascinating. There are numerous seafood restaurants and cake shops in the nearby streets.