Jiaoxi Xietian Temple

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English name Jiaoxi Xietian Temple
Chinese name 礁溪协天庙

Jiaoxi Xietian Temple

  • Jiaoxi Xietian Temple is also known as Guandi Temple. The main god is the Guan Sheng Emperor. It was built by the Qing court in the 9th year of Qing Jiaqing (AD 1804). It has a history of 200 years, north and east of Taiwan. There is also a temple, which is the largest Guandi Temple in Northern Taiwan.

Jiaoxi Xietian Temple

  • Jiaoxi Xietian Temple is also known as Guandi Temple. The main god is the Guan Sheng Emperor. It was built by the Qing court in the 9th year of Qing Jiaqing (AD 1804). It has a history of 200 years, north and east of Taiwan. There is also a temple, which is the largest Guandi Temple in Northern Taiwan.

Traffic information

  • By car: From Taipei to Beiyi Highway (No. 9 Provincial Road) to Jiaoxi, take Jiaoxi Old Street (Zhongshan Road), about 3 minutes to reach the main entrance of Xietian Temple. By car: From Taipei, take the Guoguang Passenger Bus to Yilan and Luodong and get off at Jiaoxi Xietianmiao Station. Take the train: Take a train from Taipei to Jiaoxi Station and turn left and walk along Zhongshan Road for about 10 minutes.

Details

  • The Temple of Xietian Temple is solemn and magnificent. The Spring Festival Festival is held on the 13th and 14th of the lunar calendar every year. There are grand ritual turtles and students dancing in four dances. Many believers will come to visit. In front of Xietian Temple, there was a Taiwanese only wooden structure stage. Later, due to the planning of the temple, it was demolished in the 84th year of the Republic of China.

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