Places to visit in Taoyuan District

Top Things to Do in Taoyuan District, Taiwan

Places to Visit in Taoyuan District

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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,763 contributions
    This picturesque park is a highlight of Taoyuan City. It lies between the central area of Taoyuan and the suburb of Guishan. "Hutou" means "tiger head" in Mandarin Chinese. The mountain has a number of interesting features, including cherry trees which bloom in spring. There are also playgrounds and BBQ facilities. There is a good view of the night sky from the mountain, it's something of a lovers' haunt. By the way Taoyuan, literally translated, means "the peach orchard."
    Written 29 May 2021
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,763 contributions
    Tao Yuan is an industrial city 30 kms (20 miles) from Taipei. The Night Market has lots of things to buy, you can get some real bargains. The Tao Yuan Night Market is most famous for its Taiwanese food. It might look a bit peculiar, but it tastes delicious.
    Written 8 August 2021
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  • tethysea
    Singapore, Singapore20 contributions
    Very crowded on weekends, plenty of kids and people with their pets. Free water dispenser near the office but not much in the way of food. Bbq pits nearby though.
    Written 21 December 2016
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  • admybf
    Vancouver220 contributions
    Very interesting museum that tells the Coca Cola history, with narrated tour, exhibits and short film (more for kids). Our only complaint was that we couldn't view the exhibits except as part of the tour with the escort; inasmuch as all exhibits were behind glass, this seems unnecessary and doesn't allow enough time to fully take in all of them. While you can take a bus and short walk to the museum, owing to heavy rain we elected to take a taxi from the train station and it was only $50 NT (less than $2 U.S.). Be aware you need to book this tour 7 days in advance with the museum.
    Written 1 January 2020
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  • Shelby A
    Cedar Rapids, IA449 contributions
    We had a longer layover but wasn’t able to make it to the free half day trip. It was also raining so we weren’t sure where to go but after looking up the different museums around us, we chose this one. It was about a half hour away from the airport (using Uber). We were kind of wandering around, not sure of the price for admission, which turned out to be free, when a gentleman who spoke pretty good English walked us around, giving us our own little tour. It’s a very cute, clean museum and the overall experience was very memorable. I wish we had longer to enjoy this area but Taiwan will always have a place in our hearts!
    Written 2 November 2018
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  • Betty
    2,608 contributions
    This is a big department store and lots of items for sale. It is located in front of the Taoyuan train station. The upper level has a food court with lots of restaurants to chose from.
    Written 16 February 2020
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  • Warren W
    Melbourne, Australia241 contributions
    Great variety, there is a tax refund service offered too and it’s located on F10 (level 10), be sure to have your passport on you as you can only claim on the day you incurred the cost. Great Thai restaurant there too
    Written 6 November 2019
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  • kitty37421
    Chattanooga, TN345 contributions
    yes i did i went on the playgroud and had fun enjoyed being a kid again .. it was easy.. there was a tent fair going on beside it so great
    Written 6 November 2018
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  • Melvin_Guo
    Singapore, Singapore42 contributions
    10 minutes walking distance from Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, the Nan Men Market does not stand out among its neighbours. But you'll find stalls at level one selling many local snacks, candies, preserved & dried goods primarily catered for the locals or those who have knowledge of the products. Snacks samples are free to try offered by the friendly stall owners.

    Level two holds a small food court, not suitable for visitors in groups of more than four.
    Written 21 November 2017
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  • Eric C
    31 contributions
    The owner of the farm is very friendly and easy to talk. He introduced the whole process of keeping the bees and how to collect the honey. It's a very good place for family and the childrens! They also have free honey water. It's delicious!
    Written 28 November 2015
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