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Taiwan-Fukien Area Historic Monuments". The Temple to the Nankunni Lords is listed as a grade 2 national historic monument.

Cihji Temple of Syuejia Dist., Jintang Temple of Chiali Dist., Jhengsing Temple of Chiali, and Dasian Temple of Guanziling are all listed as grade 3 three national historic monuments.

Dasian Temple of Guanziling has a Grand Hall with a large Japanese style statue of Buddha, which many people crowd to visit. Dasian Temple is situated in Tainan City's Baihe Dist., at the foot of Jhentou Mountain, in the Guanziling Mountains.

These quaint temple buildings, of classical beauty, were formerly called "Jiouyan". Representing one of the nine large national Buddhist sects, this grade 3 national historic monument was the first ancient temple to be built in southern Taiwan.

It was build in the Ching Dynasty, during the rule of Kangsi. It is comprised mainly of the Di Cang Wang Hall, Guanyin Hall, San Bau Hall, and Guanyin Boddhisattva Hall.

The temple is of a Mainland Chinese style, and built differently from most temples. The buildings follow the traditional Chinese architectural style. 

Opening Hours: Sunday:06:00 – 17:00
Monday:06:00 – 17:00
Tuesday:06:00 – 17:00
Wednesday:06:00 – 17:00
Thursday:06:00 – 17:00
Friday:06:00 – 17:00
Saturday:06:00 – 17:00
Admission charge: No ticket
TEL: +886-6-6852143
Recommended length of visit 1-2 hours
Services & Facilities
  • Bus station
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Selling
Be quiet when you at the temple.
During summers, afternoon thunderstorms are common at mountain area. Please be sure to bring rain gears.
The ecology is rich at Dasian Temple, there are more insects at the area, please bring insect repellent or wear long sleeve.
How to Get There
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There are parking lots at Dasian Temple.
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