Longshan Temple in Mengjia is the most popular temple in Taipei. The octagon shaped ceiling and bronze engraved dragon columns are representative of the unique features and adornments in traditional Taiwanese temples. The Front Hall, Grand Hall and Back Hall are divided into many worship rooms, containing more than 100 statues of gods and goddesses, and housing 7 incense burners.
During WWII, the Main Hall of Longshan Temple was hit by gunfire and everything was destroyed except for the temple god – Bodhisattva. This manifestation of efficacy made believers worship here even more.