Taiwan D4: Wen Wu Temple

Nearby to the beautiful Sun Moon Lake is a famous attraction called Wen Wu Temple.

Built in 1938 on the mountainous area of Sun Moon Lake, this temple is a tribute to four Gods. The front hall is devoted to First Ancestor Kaiji and the God of Literature. The central hall pays respect to Guan Gong the God of War as well as the warrior-god Yue Fei. The rear hall is dedicated to Confucius.

Honestly, I don’t understand what is what. But from purely aesthetic point of view, it’s worth admiring the fact that so many details that have been put together into building the temple.

Opposite to Wen Wu Temple is the famous tea egg and basically more food.

Let us know what’s your favorite temple in Taiwan via the comment box below.

Next post: High-speed bullet train ride to Kaoshiung… whoosh!

Also, traveling can be quite a nightmare without internet, so make sure you book a 4G WiFi to be picked up at Taiwan airport now.


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