|Location||Puzi, Chiayi County, Taiwan|
|Direction of façade||South|
The temple faces south.
The Peitian Temple is a center of Mazu worship and pilgrimage on Taiwan. Veneration is also paid to her guardians Qianliyan ("Thousand-mile Eye"), Shunfeng'er ("Wind-following Ear"), and Grampa Tiger (虎爺, Hǔyé).
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