Recently, flip chip interconnection has been increasingly used in microelectronic assemblies. The common Flip chip interconnection is formed by reflow of the solder bumps. Lead-Tin solders and Tin-based solders are most widely used for the solder bump materials. However, the flip chip interconnection using these solder materials cannot be applied to temperature-sensitive components since solder reflow is performed at relatively high temperature. Therefore the development of low temperature bonding technologies is required in these applications. A few bonding techniques at low temperature of 150oC or below have been reported. They include the reflow soldering using low melting point solder bumps, the transient liquid phase bonding by inter-diffusion between two solders, and the bonding using low temperature curable adhesive. This paper reviews various low temperature bonding methods.