Miaotong Temple

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Liouguei District

Occasional afternoon thunderstorms(Liouguei District)


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    Miaotong Temple

The Miaotong Temple is on Baojian Road in Baolai Village of Liugui District. It is the most popular Buddhist temple in the region, and many pilgrims visit there during weekends or holidays.

The towering temple features an orange roof and white building, which stands in sharp contrast with the lush green mountains in the background. Flowers and trees dotted around the temple building, and everything on the temple ground is neatly ordered, creating a place that reminds people of the Buddhist paradise.

Situating in a mountain valley with the Laonong River weaving its way through the bottom, the temple is safely tucked away and shielded from all worldly matters. It is literally a paradise on earth.

Visitors are recommended to spend one and a half hours here to appreciate the temple building and the beauty of religious arts.

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Sight seeingMt. climbingPilgrimage


No. 62, Bao Chen Road, Liugui Dist., Kaohsiung



Traffic Information

From Taiwan Provincial Highway No. 27, connect to Taiwan Provincial Highway No. 20 and drive through Laonong to reach the destination.

  • Longitude/Latitude:120.68564/23.10077
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    Miaotong Temple
    4.6 4stars 247 reviews
    5stars 2 months ago

    Visitors are currently under control, remember to call and ask before going to worship the Buddha. Visited inside at 10 o'clock this morning, the masters were very compassionate, enthusiastically guided and introduced. At noon, I stopped by to have a meal in the temple, thanking Master.

    5stars 2 months ago

    With a heart of worry, I was extremely tired and went up the mountain to enter the Miaotong Temple and entered the temple; this is the holy place where I visited the fruit master Guangqin about 35 years ago, and the memory slowly arises... Thanks to the sincere, enthusiastic and kind-hearted Master Miao Lan for leading us to approach (manage order) the kind and kind Master. After sitting down and chatting with them... I was able to let go of my guilt. I really feel that the Master of the monastery is really good~ The monasteries that were repaired in Qing Dynasty cultivated the masters with Buddha hearts. . . Thank you so much~ The sincere, enthusiastic and kind-hearted Master Miaolan took us to the back monastery to pay homage to the old monk Guangqin; although we did not enter the inner gate to worship, we felt an indescribable touch. . . I'm so grateful~ Then I heard a master beating the evening drum; the deep thump, thump, thump is really pleasant to the heart. With the wind blowing against my face, the exhaustion and worry all over my body disappeared in an instant. ... The day before yesterday, I couldn't even sleep for a minute. When I got home from the monastery, I slept until dawn. I slept so deeply and warmly... I am grateful to the old monk Guangqin in Miaotong Temple, and all the masters who are very compassionate and peaceful... Thanks for all the good things. Thanks Amitabha Buddha

    EN AM
    5stars 4 months ago

    The temple responds to every request! very good 👍 The temple also provides such a nice accommodation! But remind the guests that the room is well ventilated, and the room service staff did not provide a quilt after questioning, so you need to bring your own! But overall good! The temple also has administrators to manage

    Yen Chen Lee
    5stars 4 months ago

    The pure place of Buddhism, the epidemic situation is not open to visit

    5stars 3 months ago

    There are many Buddhist holy places in Taiwan! For example: the well-known Buddhist temple Tucheng (Chengtian Temple) and Kaohsiung’s Liujia District near Baolai (Miaotong Temple) are Buddhist holy lands cultivated by a generation of eminent monk Guangqin (Master Fruit), and Miaotong Temple is also a Buddhist temple. The monk passed away in the Holy Land, and the main offering is (Vairocana Buddha). Today, I made a special trip to the south (with two seniors) to visit the Buddha at Miaotong Temple (but I don’t have enough karma). Due to the epidemic, the temple is temporarily closed. I am also very happy to let my body and mind be clean.

    Last Update:2022-09-26

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