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Wen Wu Temple

No.63 Zhongshan Raod, Riyue Village, Yuchi County, Nantou County, Taiwan
+886 4 9285 5122
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A must-see, if you are travelling to Sun-Moon-Lake (Ri Yue Tan)

This was part of my travel group program when I followed my group tour in May 2017. This temple is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Soon Joo K
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Singapore, null, Singapore
Must visit

Beautiful temple and the architecture is something one can spend many hours just wandering around... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sm0uli
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Portland, Oregon
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No.63 Zhongshan Raod, Riyue Village, Yuchi County, Nantou County, Taiwan
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+886 4 9285 5122

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was part of my travel group program when I followed my group tour in May 2017. This temple is dedicated to, and houses two main deities (Kong Zi and Guan Gong, aka Confuscious and General Guan Yu). It is a Taoist temple with a...More

Thank Soon Joo K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful temple and the architecture is something one can spend many hours just wandering around this grand structure . Set in many levels and facing the sun moon lake . This temple is a must visit if you are in the close vicinity . Not...More

Thank Sm0uli
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The temple was spectacular and the view from the temple was beautiful, especially during sunset timing. You may also walk across the road to the Wen Wu Steps to hang a lucky bell on your birthdate that is craved on the steps (i.e. Jan will...More

Thank AlexPeh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

By far the nicest temple in the Sun Moon Lake area. It's very large, and beautifully decorated. Views of the Lake are just an added bonus.

Thank Pavol G
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Wen Wu Temple is a large Chinese edifice that originally was two temples standing on the shores of Taiwan's Sun Moon Lake. In 1919, the Japanese, who colonised Formosa as it was then called, built a dam on the lake, raising the lake's water level....More

Thank David B
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Absolutely breathtaking temple rich with intricate architecture. Do not miss going across the street to the Wen Wu steps and hanging a bell on your birthdate... if you're unlucky enough to have a birthday early in the year, be prepared for a long walk down...More

Thank eirebella87
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

One of the must-see overlooking sun moon lake, you could stay for a few minutes to go around and look for rich cultural and historical heritage. This site would go down several generation and the future as a historical emblem.

Thank janmichael10
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

I was on the way cable car and stopped by this very eyecatching temple. It is well designed and built. It is big when looking from outside and even bigger when u go in, with a couple layers of temple one after each other up...More

Thank cmtsuigolf
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

The temple is so beautiful with typical chinese ornaments. The view to the lake is amazing. We stop only for a short time but was worth it.

Thank shncus
Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

We passed by this temple while on the way to Sun Moon Lake. It is a huge temple over looking the Sun Moon Lake. You can get a great shoot of the lake from here. This is a traditional temple with beautiful carving & deco....More

Thank Rachel_PRL
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GermaineChan
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Response from Mary M | Reviewed this property |
I would think so, as the temple overlooks the lake. Happy cycling!
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