Day 6 in Taipei: Trying not to be obtrusive in Longshan Temple

The travel guides I had read before coming to Taipei described Longshan Temple as the most famous Buddhist temple in the Taiwanese capital.

Because of that, I included the temple in my must-see sights in Taipei.

But Longshan Temple is, first and foremost, a place of worship. So when I was there, I tried to be as unobtrusive as possible. 

No one seemed to care that I was taking pictures there. They were busy with their rituals and prayers. Besides, most likely they’re also used to seeing tourists doing touristy activities in the temple.

After visiting Longshan Temple, we returned to the hotel to have breakfast.

Then I went to the Taipei Main Station to take pictures and to check out the Taoyuan Airport MRT. I have to be familiar with the station because I’m definitely going back to Taipei someday.

The Taipei Main Station:

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