Bao-An Temple, Taipei, Taiwan

Cityscape, Landscape, Photography

Greetings from Taipei – We arrived here on March 3 after almost a whole day of flight from DC (what a grueling long trip!). The weather is very nice here in the 60’s and 70’s, no snow like in Northeastern US. I walked to Bao-An Temple this morning to take a few pictures. It’s a five minutes walk from my sister-in-law’s condo that we are staying. If you are interested here is the link to learn a little about this temple:


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14 thoughts on “Bao-An Temple, Taipei, Taiwan”

  1. shungphotography says:

    Thank you and thanks for visiting my blog – hope to have few more posting about Taiwan in the next few weeks.

  2. shungphotography says:

    Thank you. It’s an old temple with a lot of details.

  3. Andy says:

    I have been to Taipei many times but have not visited this one. I’ll make sure to include this in my next travel. Thanks for sharing.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thanks for stopping by. I like your blog! I see you have visited Taiwan many times, yes, you should visit Bao-An Temple next time. It’s a ten minute walk from Yuan-Shan Metro Station on Red Line.

      • Andy says:

        Thanks for visiting also. Yes, sometimes it is easy to skip some attractions just because they are just a stone’s throw away, thinking they are just there and can go there anytime. Anyway, I’ll make sure to drop by here next time.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you for visiting and liking my Bao-an Temple pictures. I see you have visited Sun-Moon Lake and liked what you saw and photographed (great photos). I visited your country a few years ago and liked your city a lot and of course, Lake Bled. An island in the middle of lake like Sun-Moon Lake!

      • Thanks a lot. Bled does look a lot like Sun Moon Lake. It is beautiful in all seasons. I am always so happy when someone visits my country and likes it.

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