Xingtian Temple, otherwise known as Hsing Tian Kong or Xingtan Gong one of Taipei’s biggest temples that sits at over 7,000 square meters. Famous for fortune-telling, the Xingtian Temple is devoted to Guan Yu, a historical general who has become the patron saint for businessmen and finance. In the center of the courtyard, visitors and Taiwanese locals leave daily offerings.
Local Name: 行天宮
Address: 109, Minquan E Rd, Taipei City 104, Taiwan
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