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Martyr Shrine



Martyr Shrine

Martyr shrine in Taichung is on Lixing Rd., next to Confucius Temple. dedicated to the fallen heroes of China's wars. The impressive gateway and the traditional Chinese palace-style architecture make this a impressive neighbor to the Confucius Temple.


Martyr Shrine


Taichung CityNorth Dist.No.30, Sec. 2, Shuangshi Rd.
Official website
Official website
Open time
AM09:00~PM17:00(Monday closed)

Service Facilities

  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Bus stop

How to Get There



4 71 comments Write a Review

Traveler rating

  1. 0 Terrible
  2. 1 Poor
  3. 24 Average
  4. 33 Very Good
  5. 13 Excellent

Trip Type

  1. 5 Business
  2. 10 Couples
  3. 20 Solo travel
  4. 11 Family
  5. 16 Friends getaway
  • Tyler S

    Trip Type:

    Pair this with Paochueh Temple for an afternoon adventure

    3 2017-01

    Not a bad shrine, but not a lot to do here. However, my friends and I met here and walked to the Paochueh Temple and then looped back to the Yizhong Night Market to make a complete trip.
  • Jayesh Chandra ... P

    Trip Type:


    Another must see in Taichung

    5 2016-08

    It is a new temple but looks old and is architecturally beautiful. I ended spending hours marveling at each carving. You can take a bus or walk down from the Railway station. But do visit this...
  • envne

    Trip Type:


    Nice Temple

    4 2017-02

    This temple is a must-see in Taichung. The Temple’s buildings are maintained in good condition, the garden maintenance is not so good. During my visit a group of women played on musical instruments...
  • Florian H

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    Beautiful Traditional Temple

    5 2017-02

    This temple is very traditional. It has an incredible level of details and you could spend hours enjoying the hand-crafted work which it took to construct the temple. The gardens are nice and very...
  • ExpattyCake

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    A Peaceful Architecture Stroll

    4 2016-08

    All of the temples within this complex are interesting, and the place isn't usually too busy. The doors are usually open to the public, though you aren't allowed in the area past the bathrooms...

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