Chung Tai Chan Monastery is the headquarter for the Zen Buddhist organisation that includes several monasteries and meditation centers, not only in Taiwan but also around the world. The construction of this building is combination of both Chinese and Western architecture and surprisingly the architect who in charged of the design is the one who design the world's tallest building, Taipei 101.
Located on the second floor is the Great Main Hall where you can see a huge statue of "Gautama Buddha".
This hall is known as "Hall of the Four Heavenly Kings" but I only able snap two which was inside the photo above.
Outside the building which located nearby the entrance, there is a stunning bridge known as "Golden Bridge" but unsure whether is it really made out of gold.
It's incredible. Even though it was winter season when I visited Taiwan, but looks at these flowers. They are blooming so huge and colourful too.
Forgive me for my never ending Taiwan tales and adventures. Wish to skip to my Korea trip but somehow waiting for the right time.