Taichung

Taichung County is located at the central part of Taiwan, with the Central Mountains in the east and adjacent to Hualien County. Taichung County is faced with Taiwan Strait in the west, Changhua County and Nantou County in the south, Miaoli County in the north. It covers 2,051.4712 square kilometers, divided into twenty-one towns and … Read more

Taiwan

Taiwan is a true food lover’s paradise. Exquisite Chinese cuisines and a wide variety of international foods delight hungry visitors. Restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and snack stalls selling local specialties are conveniently located in larger cities. International food courts are found in all major department stores. Taipei offers the finest Chinese cuisine in the … Read more

Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

Location: 505 Jen-ai Road, Section 4, Taipei Telephone: +886 2 2758 8008 Website (Chinese only):  https://www.yatsen.gov.tw/main.htm Opening Hours: Daily, 9am-5pm Closed for public holidays Admission fee: free Getting there: Buses: Take the Chungsiao Line bus No. 31, 212, 232, 235, 240, 254, 259, 263, 266, 270, 281, 282, 299, 504, or Leisure Bus 113. MRT: Exit from … Read more

National Museum of History

Location: 49 Nanhai Rd., Taipei Attractions: the museum house a collection of priceless relics. collection of artifacts over 10,000 pieces, relating to ancient Chinese life and customs provides a greater cross-section of Chinese history than does at the National Palace Museum Opening Hour: Closed on Mondays: 10am – 6pm Admission fee: Adults: NT$20 Children: NT$10 Information hotline: +886 2 … Read more

Martyrs Shrine

The Martyrs Shrine is a traditional Chinese style building that resembles the Temple of Supreme Harmony of the Imperial Palace in Beijing. Surrounded by about five hectares of land, it was built in 1969 to commemorate the more than 330,000 soldiers who lost their lives during the Chinese revolution and the war against Japan. Inside … Read more

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

The Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, built in 1980, along with the Shin Kong Life Tower is one of the most prominent buildings in the Jungjeng District of Taipei. It is the island’s most impressive monument to the great Chinese hero, the late President Chiang Kai-shek. The memorial hall’s enormous marble edifice towers rise over landscaped … Read more

Taipei Fine Arts Museum

the museum is equipped with exhibition galleries, lecture halls, and picture rooms. Its spacious and light interior make it particularly suitable for exhibitions of modern art. Location: 181 Chungshan North Road Sec. 3, Taipei Telephone: +886 2 2595 7656 Opening Hours: Close on Mondays: 10am – 6pm Admission Fee: Adult: NT$20 Children: NT$10 Getting There: Bus: Take the … Read more

Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

Location: 505 Jen-ai Road, Section 4, Taipei Telephone: +886 2 2758 8008 Website (Chinese only): https://www.yatsen.gov.tw/main.htm Opening Hours: Daily, 9am-5pm Closed for public holidays Admission fee: free Getting there: Buses: Take the Chungsiao Line bus No. 31, 212, 232, 235, 240, 254, 259, 263, 266, 270, 281, 282, 299, 504, or Leisure Bus 113. MRT: Exit from … Read more

Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines

Location: 282 Chihshan Rd., Sec. 2, Taipei Telephone: +886 2 2841 2611 Attractions: museum of ethnology. The museum mainly works to collect, research and display items related to Taiwan’s aborigines, as well as engage in educational and promotional activities in order to aid the process of retaining the unwritten history of this island’s aboriginal peoples and promote … Read more

National palace Museum

The National Palace Museum houses the world’s largest collection of Chinese art and crafts. Spanning over China’s nearly 5,000 year history and accumulated over a thousand years since the early Sung dynasty by Chinese emperors and royal families, the museum collection include ceramics, porcelain, calligraphy, painting and ritual bronzes, jade, lacquer wares, curio cabinets, enamel … Read more