Longshan Temple

Longshan Temple might be the most famous temple in Taiwan. It was built in 1738 by Chinese settlers from Fujian province when Taiwan was under Chinese rule during the Qing dynasty. It's Buddhist but like many temples in Taiwan, the lines are blurred, and it also includes altars for Chinese deities, including Mazu, the Chinese sea goddess, and general Guan Yu, who is deified as a war god in Chinese folk religions, Confucianism, Taoism, and Chinese Buddhism.

Longshan Temple, Wanhua district, Taipei, Taiwan. 

Longshan Temple, Wanhua district, Taipei, Taiwan.