The Guan-Di Temple of Ba-Ji-Jing was built during the reign of Emperor Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty. The current building you see is the result of rebuilding and extensions over the last century. It has since been designated as a historic city building. Inside the temple you will find door gods and frescoes painted by Pan Li-shui, winner of the Folk Heritage Art Awards. There are also calligraphy couplets by famous calligraphers including Chu Chiu-Ying and Huang Kuo-shu, plaques from the Qianlong Era, and clay god statues from old temples. All of these have tremendous cultural and heritage value.