Explore interesting sights in Keelung, Taiwan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Keelung, Taiwan.Sightseeing Tours in Keelung
Dian Ji Palace, also known as King Temple, Gong Temple and King Temple, is a Taoist temple located in Ren 'ai District, Keelung City, Taiwan Province. Built in the first year of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty (1875), it was the worship of King. It is called "Keelung Three Temple" together with Keelung City God Temple and Jilong Qing' an Palace. Keelung Miaoukou Night Market is named after Dien Ji Palace, and focuses on it on the surrounding streets. The rear hall "Qing Palace" was originally built by Quanzhou people during the Daoguang period to worship the king of Narcissus, and the Japanese period was merged with Dianji Palace. After renovation, there are still stone pillars in the reign of Emperor Tongzhi of the Qing Dynasty, as well as ancient monuments.
2. Qing An Temple
Qing'an Palace, also known as Keelung Mazu Palace, Keelung Mazu Temple, is a Mazu Temple located in Ren'ai District, Keelung City, Taiwan, built in the 45th year of Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1780), the main worship of the Holy Mother of Heaven (its main deity is also known as "Keelung Ma"), together with Dian Ji Palace and Keelung City God Temple, known as the "Three Great Temples of Keelung", also listed as one of the "Eight Scenic Spots of Keelung". The statues of Mazu enshrined in the temple can be divided into Meizhou Ma, Quanzhou Ma, and Zhangzhou Ma according to their source, symbolizing the reconciliation of the Zhangquan weapon fight in the past.
The Khóo Tsú-song old house is a historical site located in Keelung, Taiwan. The place is named after its main owner, Khóo Tsú-song (1874-1945), a Taiwanese notable who has been in charge of Keelung city as well as Taipei province during the Japanese period. Khóo Tsú-song (許梓桑) is his name pronounced in Hokkien, his mother tongue, but he is more well-known today as Hsu Tsu-sun, which is the same name with a pronunciation in Mandarin. Adding to his political responsibilities, he was also a well-known personality in artistic circles, especially connected with poets from all over the country.
Keelung Shrine is a shrine located in Yoshige Town, Keelung, Taipei Prefecture, Taiwan during the Japanese occupation. Originally established in 1912 as the "Keelung Kinkabiro Shrine", the shrine was changed to "Keelung Shrine" in 1915, and in 1936 the shrine was upgraded to a prefectural shrine, and the shrine was dedicated to Prince Noku, the Soul of the Great Country, the Ōji Noble Order, the Ōhiko Famous Shrine, the Amaterasu, the Great Creature Lord, and the Emperor Sotoku. Its original site is now the Keelung Martyrs' Shrine and Keelung Chiang Kai-shek Park in Keelung City, Taiwan.
Keelung City God Temple, referred to as Keelung City God Temple, is a city god temple dedicated to the Keelung Hall City God, and together with Dian Ji Palace and Qing'an Palace, it is known as the three major temples of Keelung. In addition, the temple also enshrines the King of Western Qin, the Lady of the City God, the Prince of the City God, the judge of the Wen and Wu Army, the Yin and Yang Division, the Zhu Division, the Day and Night Parade, the General Fan Xie, the General of Niu Ma, the General of the Shackles, etc.
6. Keelung Maritime Plaza
Keelung Ocean Plaza ( ) is a public square located in Ren'ai District, Keelung , Taiwan , located between Zhongyi Road and Keelung Port , with a composite wooden platform designed to be built on the water surface of Keelung Port , with a total area of about 5,000 square meters , is one of the important tourist attractions in Keelung city center. The square features wooden reefs, wavy streamlines and rain-shading marine imagery and a large colored LED font of "KEELUNG".
Lingquan Zen Temple is a Cao Dong Buddhist Temple located in Zhichengli, Xinyi District, Keelung City, Taiwan, which is the main mountain of the Yuemeishan sect of the four major Buddhist veins in Taiwan, and the ancillary buildings are listed as cultural assets and historical buildings in Keelung City.
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