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We visited Tainan Park at sunset and were amazed by how nice the Chinese style house in the middle of the pond looked - it is perfect for picture taking or a picnic. Lots of locals also exercise or meet here - there are also...More
Located not far from Tainan station, this is a beautiful park with many trees. When you are tired of walking, it is a nice place to take a rest. There are few people: quiet and relaxing. The pavilion on the lake, although a modern construction,...More
I am still not caught up on how Tainan plans things but there seems to be a little bit of something for everyone. There are areas for kids to play, plenty of walking paths, along with quiet out of the way places to relax. I...More
Nothing special. Not too well kept. A good size though with plenty of people walking or relaxing on one of its many benches. Located next to busy streets, so not too peaceful. There is a playground for kids in the middle.
One thing I realized about Taiwan is most cities have a Park very close to the city Centre. Tainan Park is on the medium scale. Lots of picturesque views and time to enjoy the natural surroundings before returning to our busy lives.
Tainan Park is a very large park on Garden Road with lots of grass and spaces for people to nap in the afternoon, gather for street dance performances, Taichi practices, and when we visited on a holiday afternoon I also saw a large group of...More
Great big beautiful park to take a break from the busy city. Grab some food on your way to the park and enjoy the park. if you're travellig with kids, play on the big playground. Although the playground is a bit run down. The ponds...More
The West Central District is the most populous and the busiest area. A lot of shops and hotels crowd the district, and the long-standing history results in a variety of street food. In addition to that, this district also has the highest number of temples. This is how it got the name “Tainan’s Pantheon.” Historic buildings are literally ubiquitous. For example, Hayashi Department Store, National Museum of Taiwan
Literature, Confucius Temple, Chihkan Tower (formerly Fort Provintia), Sacrificial Rites Martial Temple, Tainan Grand Mazu (name of a goddess) Temple, etc. Recently, the tourism in Tainan has laid emphasis on alleys and lanes. Examples include Fujhong Street specialising in creative handicrafts, as-you-stroll desserts on Jhengsing Street, Shennong Street lined with hundred-year-old ancient houses, Sinyi Street on which the old city gate stands, Sinmei Street where old and new cultures fuse together, and Guohua Street and Baoan Raod famous for all the savoury food. All the traditional and delicious food and flavours are about to burst in your mouth. The North District, on the other hand, is a quiet secret hideaway. Lane 321 on Gongyuan Road used to be a Japanese soldiers’ dormitory. Now a few artists have set up their studios here. There are diversified art styles in each old Japanese-style house. The Garden Night Market on Haian Road is one of the famous night markets in both Tainan and Taiwan, and was the top 12 Facebook check-in location worldwide in 2013.