This is the most famous Temple in Taipei.
Dating back to 1738, this temple was originally a Buddhist temple. It was dedicated to Guanyin (觀世音, Avalokiteśvara, one of the Buddhist bodhisattva), which is a branch spirit from Guanyin of the Lungshan Temple at Jin-Jiang county, Fujian province (福建省晉江縣). Then it was named after its root temple.
Destroyed and rebuilt for several times, the temple now worships gods of three religions: Buddhist, Taoist and Ruism (Confucianism).
To improve air quality and to better protect the environment, Taiwan started a movement to encourage temples to ban incense burning since 2014.
There is no incense in this temple. Great!!.