La Union (Part 1): Ma Cho Temple

I just noticed that for this year, all my vacations are northbound. Never really had a chance to explore the Northern provinces up until this year.

This travel series starts with a trip to Ma Cho Temple. This trip to a Taoist Temple is very out-of-blue moment as we were waiting for our check-in time in our accommodation in La Union and we had nowhere to go. I am really glad that we made an effort to visit this temple.
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Though located in the city center of San Fernando, La Union, once you are inside the premise of the temple you will never thought that there are vehicles and commercial establishments just a couple of minutes walk away.

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Ma Cho Temple exudes a very serene and quiet ambiance. When we visited the place, we were the only ones in the place. So if you will notice, no one except us and the super wonderful place in our pictures. I think, we stayed for a little less than 3 hours in Ma Cho Temple given that you can tour it in like 10-15 minutes. The architecture of the temple is beyond splendid and I have added on my “travel bucket list” to visit more temples both here in the Philippines and abroad.

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If you’ve noticed, I’ve taken most of my outfit shot in Ma Cho Temple.

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‘Til the next pose & post!

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