Accidentally landed on an image of the Lugang Glass Temple which looks absolutely stunning on Google Images.

Unfortunately, searching for the same term on Google Maps says: We could not find lugang glass temple. Found one blogger that says its 20 minutes away from Lugang and another one with a similarly vague statement.

Where is the Lugang Glass Temple exactly? Does it still exist? Is it a structure that can be visited?

  • According to this site it's a replica of a real temple and can be found in a glass factory.... – Roddy of the Frozen Peas Dec 7 '16 at 18:30
  • @pnuts - "this site" is not linked to anywhere. – Itai Dec 18 '16 at 3:32
  • @pnuts - Nice, even from here (Ecuador, which redirects me to google.com.ec) now. This question is second and "this site" you mentioned is now first. Google's algorithms are at work! – Itai Dec 18 '16 at 4:22

Using your image search, I clicked some of the images to be taken to the pages they came from. One, a blog entry on English in Taiwan, was very useful. It includes this map at the bottom of the page:

map to glass temple

It also mentions that this is a glass copy of a famous temple, that it's on the grounds of a glass factory, and how to visit. Seems like it has all you need.

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Per this site, it's at Chang Hua County, Lu Gang Township, Lu Gong South 4th Road #30, here.

Booking a tour appears to be available

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