Apart from Longshan Temple, Guide Palace is the second temple I visited in the evening. Never seen so many dense red lanterns, because in the mountains, the surrounding areas are black, so a large red area is particularly eye-catching, but also very good-looking. The platform can also overlook the night view of Taipei. The temple is very big, and its interior is brilliant. Taoist temples are different from Buddhism. The sculpture is very meticulous and tedious. It is a place worth visiting.
But from the political university campus to enter the route, along the road there are Japanese-style stone lanterns Nafeng, ancient temples on both sides, up about a thousand steps to the guide temple, you can also take a cat cable or a bus are very convenient, to look back at the top, there is a sense of geomantic treasure, the original master worship eight Immortals across the sea Lu Dongbin, after many years of development and construction, there have been another grand palace, the general couple. Don't ram up the temple.
It was also out of curiosity to visit the Guide Palace, where Master Lu Dongbin and Master Lu were enshrined. After a special visit to Baidu, Lu Dongbin, the Eight Immortals crossing the sea and showing their magical powers, was indeed somebody else in history. Originally named Lv Yan, a native of Ruicheng County, Shanxi Province, in the Tang Dynasty. Out of respect for religious culture, no photographs were taken in the venue. Nevertheless, it is true that among the numerous religious temples in Taiwan, it is magnificent and brilliant. The Chinese Daoist School of B1 has a history of more than 130 years, and the Guide Palace has a history of 60 years. Volunteers will also be very enthusiastic about telling you some legends and allusions about the worship of Lv Dongbin, which can be used as an extension of literary knowledge.
There are 3 Qing Dynasty and Lv Dongbin worshipped. We went there with a few people and had a quiet and leisure journey.