Sanfeng Palace is really a great Taoist temple. Our family and the elderly all say that this temple is good and free to visit. The people in it are also polite. They also teach how to worship. There are special guidelines. The ignition equipment is also convenient and clean. Fire engines are not needed. Oil lamps are not needed. There are gas incense stoves. How many incenses on each floor are told. It's a very comfortable flow heart.
This place is our special visit, because in the ranking of scenic spots, this temple is taken before, and very close to our business trip, only separated by a love river. Inside the temple can be incense, incense is free to collect at the door, of course, the incense oil money is a personal casual, which is better, not as utilitarian as those temples in China, a total of 10 fragrances can be worshipped out.
Kaohsiung Sanfeng Palace is located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. It was built in 1672, the eleventh year of Emperor Kangxi of Qing Dynasty. It was originally called Sanfeng Pavilion. The God it worshipped was Prince Naju. It is one of the famous Taoist holy places in South Taiwan.
Pass by, come in and see, unexpectedly, very interesting, stayed for nearly two hours.
Good scenery, more people. Can go and see