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Taisheng Temple


A Ming Dynasty Mazu statue with a history of over 300 years

A great combination with a visit to the trompe-l'œil paintings of the undersea world at Haomei Village


The Taisheng Temple is located in Budai, Haomeili, Chiayi, and is dedicated to Mazu, the patron saint of fishers. In addition to being a place of worship for fishers in the countryside to pray for safety when they go out to sea, the statue of Mazu from the Ming Dynasty, which has a history of more than 300 years, attracts worshippers from all over the world to make pilgrimages.

The statue of Mazu at Taishang Temple has been certified by the Ministry of Education as belonging to the late Ming Dynasty and has a history of over 300 years, with great conservation value. In 2019, the temple was awarded a Certificate of Antiquity, making it an extremely important cultural asset. It is for this reason that Taishang Temple is not only admired by local worshippers, but is also a precious monument that is highly sought out to be admired by the faithful from all over the world.

No.132, Huweiliao, Budai Township, Chiayi County Taiwán, R.O.C
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