We had no plan for a place to go and our plan is just a rest and relax journey as well. The journey for the day is to visit some places nearby the MRT station as well.
The Taipei Confucius Temple (Chinese: 臺北孔子廟) is modeled after the original Confucius Temple in Qufu, Shandong Province of China. It is located on Dalong Street, Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan. Among the Confucius temples in Taiwan, Taipei’s is the only one adorned with southern Fujian-style ceramic adornments. At the main hall of the temple one can see a black plaque with gold lettering which was inscribed by Chiang Kai-shek that reads “Educate without Discrimination.” Every year on September 28, a ceremony with traditional music and stylized dancing is held at the temple in honor of Confucius.
The temple is well decorated with all the studies and philosophy of the Confucius where you can learned about and there are plenty to see and learn in the temple as well.
No.275, Dalong St., Datong District,
Taipei City 103, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
On Tues to Sat: 08:30-21:00,
For Sundays and National Holidays: 08:30-17:00
(Closed on Mondays)
Ticket: Free Entry
1. Take bus 2, 41, 215, 246, 288, 669, 811, Red 33 to Dalongdong Baoan Temple.
2. Take bus 41, 215, 219, 246, 288, 669, 811, or Red 33 to Kulun St.-Chengde Rd
By MRT: Take MRT to Yuanshan Station (Exit #2), the Confucius temple is about 10 minutes’ walk in the direction of Kulun Street.