Just a few kilometers away from the sea, Qinghai Temple of Houlong was built 45 years ago to worship Mazu - fishermen’s guardian angel. Leaning against mountains and facing the Taiwan Strait, the goddess statue is the tallest in Taiwan, at 32.2 meters. It is said that the statue actually rode the waves to arrive at the island, and the goddess can fulfill all believers’ wishes. Thus, the temple is always filled with incense. The blue sky and the sea, as well as green surroundings, make the temple especially worth a visit. Coastal trains pass by from time to time. Come here to invoke some blessings!