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Yen Ping Chun Wang Temple





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The Temple was established for commemorating Zheng Chenggong, and has a large seated sculpture of Koxinga inside the Temple.

The Temple faces the hometown of Koxinga, Nan’an on the other side of the Strait, and was where Koxinga used to demonstrate his naval power.


Yen Ping Chun Wang Temple is a building modelled after old palaces. The area of the entire temple is 300 m2. It is located to the southwest of Jincheng. During the late Ming and early Qing, Zheng Chenggong (Koxinga) used Kinmen as the base to resist the Qing conquest of China. With an expansive view, Koxinga used to demonstrate his naval power here. While it sits across his hometown, Nan’an, it was built to symbolize the spirit of never forgetting the mainland.Yen Ping Chun Wang Temple
The Temple was built under the proposal made by the then Minister of Defense, Chiang Ching-Kuo, in 1967 when he was visiting Kinmen. The next year, it was ed that the Temple would be built in Xiashu; it was completed in 1969. There is a Paifang in front of the Temple with the inscription “Zhonggan Yidan” (good faith, virtue and patriotism). On the left and right sides of the square are two pavilions “Hao Ran (great)” and “Zheng Qi (rectitude)”, for visitors to relax. Solemn and magnificent, the large seated sculpture of Koxinga inside the temple is 2.1 meters tall.
Yen Ping Chun Wang Temple


Address Jincheng Township, Kinmen County Taiwán, R.O.C

Opening Hours 24HR

Admission charge Free


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