Built in 1693, Dongyue Temple(東嶽殿) is one of the renowned seven Buddhist temples and eight Taoist shrines of Tainan. It enshrines Dong Yue Da Di who, together with Chenghuang Ye (City God) of Chenghuang Temple on Qingnian Road nearby, is in charge of the Netherworld. The temple acquired its current appearance after being rebuilt on a number of occasions and losing the Worship Hall which was demolished to make way for road widening. However, as the materials from the demolished part were, as much as possible, used in building the current temple, it looks very much like it did originally. The temple houses several plaques, the most famous of which was presented by Luo Sheng-bao, Commander of the Bangka Garrison, in 1882, and has the words “What goes around comes around” carved on it. The somber and desolate atmosphere created by the gods of the netherworld left and right matches the image of the netherworld perfectly and is quite scary. Come inside to feel the solemnity and power of Dong Yue Da Di.