Located in the alley near the Yeh Shyr-Tau Literary Memorial Museum, the Zexiantang Temple is like an unearthly space in the alley for its absolute serenity. The building is maintained in a classical style. On the white wall, wooden windows and doors in their natural color are embedded. Some green patterned bricks for ventilation are equipped as decorations. The layout of the worshipping hall is maintained exactly in the traditional style. Although it has been refurbished for several times since its completion in 1879, the appearance remains more or less the same as it was. Although it was a worship place of the Xiantiandao (Way of Former Heaven) sect of the Chinese religions of fasting, the Buddhist monk is the temple master today.