Jinguashi Gold Temple Stone Steps
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Jinguashi Gold Temple Stone Steps

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The Jinguashi Temple, also known as the Mountain Temple and Gold Temple, is located 650m above the end of the pathway in the Gold Ecological Park. The stone steps leading up to the temple have been renovated with along with the park facilities. With the varying height of 300m to 400m above sea level, and the total length of 600m, it is about 20-minute walk to the temple. The roadside wildlife in the mountain offers varying seasonal moods.

Exteranl link: http://www.ntpcsjj.tw/SJJ/scenery/scenery_in_intro.do?sn=1303f4782be00000b08e

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