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Welcometo the Temple!

This is a religious sanctuary, rather than a public playground. We sincerely ask you to work with us to maintain the purity and serenity of the environment. Please read carefully and comply with the following notice before entering the Temple.

We wish you all the best, with great joy and bestowed propitiousness.

Visitor Courtesy Code
  • Please dress yourself in a dignified manner, neat and tidy. No blue-and-white slippers, indoor slippers, or bathroom slippers.
  • No pets are allowed without permission.
  • Except forthe designated areas, eating and drinking are prohibited.
  • Do not run or talk loudly.
  • For safety reasons, please refrain from climbing the railings.
  • For public security, no drones are allowed.
Visitor Notice in the Main Hall
  • Food, especially non-vegetarian food, is not allowed.
  • Please remove your shoes and cross the threshold for entry.
  • Photographing and video recordings are not allowed unless with prior permission.
  • Please turn your cellphone to silent mode and take all phone calls outside.
  • Do not run or talk loudly.
  • The temple will be temporarily closed to visitors during certain dharma assemblies (i.e., refuge-taking ceremony). Please refer to website for announcements. Thank you for your understanding.
Group Visit
  • Bus parking space is available, located diagonally across the road from the Temple’s Grand Gate.
  • For group guided tour, please phone booking in advance.
Services and Facilities
  • For wheelchair, please inquire at the information desk in the main hall.
  • Restrooms are located in the basement courtyard, to the right of the main building. Please follow the sign, go down the stairs, turn right, and it is 8 metersaway.
  • Diaper changing stationis available in the restroom.
  • Water dispenser is located in the basement courtyard, to the right of the main building. Go down the stairs and turn right.
  • Carp feed is available for purchase at the Dao Café takeout window.
Elders, Pregnant Women, and Visitors with Disabilities, Wheelchairs, or Strollers
  • Shuttle bus service is available to assist you in and out of the Temple. (Please contact Temple staff at the Gate for assistance.)
  • If you are driving a vehicle, please inform the Temple staff at the Gate of your need. You will be guided as to where to drop the family members who need assistance off, and then park at the private flat rate parking lots (not owned by the temple) located diagonally across the road from the Temple Gate. When returning, please inform the Temple staff again to pick up passengers in the Temple.
  • If the driver is disabled or pregnant, s/he may park the vehicle at the priority parking spaces. (Please contact Temple staff at the Gate for assistance.)
Nine-Dragon Gate.Ancestral Worship Notice
  • Indoor incense burning is not allowed.
  • If worshipping with food, please offer only the vegetarian (milk powder included). Non-vegetarian items are not allowed.
  • If worshipping with flowers, please offer only anhydrous plants, such as an orchid or small indoor potted plant.
  • No photography or video recording without prior permission.
Parking
  • The Temple offers priority parking spaces for pregnant women and disabled visitors, and general parking spaces for motorcycles, bicycles, and large touring busses.
  • For large touring buses, please park in the parking lot where Bodhi Shuttle Bus stop is located.
  • Private flat rate parking lots (not owned by the Temple) are available nearby.
  • For heavy motorcycles (both red and yellow plates, whether as individual or team), please park in the private flat rate parking lots (not owned by the temple).
Catering Facilities

“Dao Café,” independently located in the garden of the Temple, offers visitors a comfortable and elegant dining space, with great view and great food.

To cater to different dietary requirements, we offer coffee and tea, light meals (both vegetarian and non-vegetarian), desserts, iced treats, fruit juice, etc., while supplies last.

However, to commemorate Forshang’s 2nd Patriarch, Yuan-Dao Bodhisattva, who entered nirvana in August 11, 1993, only vegetarian meals are served during August.

No outside food/drinks, card-playing, or joining tables are allowed. Thank you for your cooperation.

Dao Café Opening Hours
Tuesday~Sunday: 10:00a.m.~5:30 p.m.
Monday: Closed

Contact Us

Address: No. 3, Anzinei, Tamsui Dist., New Taipei City 251, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Tel: +886-2-2626-9242

E-mail: service@yuandao.org.tw

Yuan-Dao Guanyin Temple: Opening Hours
(subject to adjustment)

Tuesday~Sunday 9:30a.m.~6:00 p.m.
Monday: Closed