Great to see from the ground the views are better from the Gondalas. There is a mall under neath it. Taipei 101 stop on the red line
I believe the temple is pronounced BaoAn in Chinese, but I could be wrong on this...Located next to the Confuscius Temple, it's worth visiting them together.It's not a big temple, and there were few people when we stopped by. Like most temples, it was rebuilt, and therefore looks quite nice. But since no one were around, I just didn't get that well-worshipped feelings I was hoping to get.
But since it's close to the Confucius temple, it's worth crossing the road. A modern temple with an ancient spirit.
The temple itself is beautiful to visit, with century old wall paintings (can you spot Mulan?!). As a UNESCO site, there are free tour guides during the weekend. They are quite knowledgeable and will allow you to discover more of the history of this site, signification of every piece of details, funny stories and chinese mythology and history. Well worth it!
Chinese Taoism and traditional etiquette tour Min quaint architectural style