This temple, along with the Confucius Temple, is known as one of the oldest and best-preserved temples in Taiwan. The entrance to this temple has a particularly high threshold, and for a reason. In the old days, it is said, women were banned from the temple and the high threshold was designed to keep them out.
- Main deities:
- Kuan-Kung (The God of War)
- Year erected: unknown, but according to legend it was during the Ming Dynasty’s Yungli reign, in the mid-17th century.
- Location: 229 YungFu Road., Section 2, Tainan
- Opening Hours: 9am – 5pm