Places to visit in Zhongzheng District

Top Things to Do in Zhongzheng District, Taiwan

Places to Visit in Zhongzheng District


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Top Attractions in Zhongzheng District

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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia13,355 contributions
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    Chiang Kai-shek (1887-1975) was a Chinese politician, revolutionary and military leader. He was known as the Generalissimo in the civil war against the Chinese Communist Party. In 1949, he and the Kuomintang retreated to Taiwan where the Generalisimo led steadfast opposition to the Chinese regime in Beijing. The Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall has a massive bronze statue of Chiang; the regular changing of the guard is impressive.
    Written 13 May 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,85,091 contributions
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    This is a really green (obviously) and peaceful place. Lots of themed areas such as Buddhist Gardens and Ginger gardens. The gardens are especially nice right now as many of the plants are in bloom. Although there were loads of people in the park, everyone was just there for a quiet walk or photography. These gardens are conveniently located next to the National Museum of History, which you can also see from the Lotus Pond. Whatever you do, do not use the gardens to get to the museum, whatever Google Maps say.
    Written 5 May 2024
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  • Orator11
    Singapore, Singapore7,333 contributions
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    Quite a nice place to visit, with its converted warehouses and buildings.

    There are many pubs, restaurants and cafes here, in addition to the eclectic mix of shops featuring clothes, souvenirs and artisanal products like soaps, perfumes and bakeries. There are also a few galleries.

    Do keep an eye out for a ginger cat that likes to sun itself on the upper ledges. Also have some coffee and cheesecake at the Spot Lumiere cafe.
    Written 14 November 2023
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia13,355 contributions
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    The Park connected to the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is popular with the citizens of Taiwan, who also like to enter the Memorial Hall. The Park is well maintained and there's lots of space to walk around. The entrance carries references to Chiang Kai-shek, who was known a politician and political leader of the Republic of China on Taiwan. Chiang was leader of the ROC on Taiwan from 1949 to his demise in 1975.
    Written 13 May 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,85,091 contributions
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    I visited this park as part of a walking tour. The park is large with lots of greenery and paths, although the main draw for the group was the namesake monument. This is a memorial to the February 28 incident when the Kuomintang nationalist government clamped down on political descent and initiated martial law.
    Written 5 May 2024
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  • Lawrence Luh 陸宜天
    Taipei, Taiwan190 contributions
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    Thanks to National Taiwan University, my beloved alma mater, to offer me such a wonderful life indeed🙏❤️🇹🇼Their campus is awesomely beautiful🍁🤳👍

    謝謝我鍾愛的母校(國立台灣大學)所給予我的美好人生🙏❤️🇹🇼其校園出奇的美麗🍁🤳👍
    Written 17 February 2023
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,85,091 contributions
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    Our walking tour group visited the building as part of a Taiwan history tour. It’s a pretty looking Baroque style building with a central tower and symmetric wings. Entry is possible and free. Sadly, my group didn’t go inside.
    Written 6 May 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,85,091 contributions
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    This museum is part of the National Museum of Taiwan and actually has a combined ticket for the two anyway. This one focuses on palaeontology and natural history. Although the amount of exhibition space is not huge, the exhibits are of outstanding quality. The stars of the exhibits are probably the replicas of a tyrannosaur, a triceratops, a sauropod and ankylosaurid.
    Written 5 May 2024
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,628 contributions
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    At the Entrance, I learned about the Guided Tour in English. Told the Receptionist that I just wanted to briefly see its interiors and take photos. There is an entrance fee here, note that children and seniors are free to enter.

    Luna was my guide and photographer during my brief visit. She showed me the stage, seats, wall with flowering orchids, where to pose, etc. Noted that the staff were busy working at the stage for the upcoming show.

    Will come back here to watch a live show before leaving Taipei!
    Written 6 May 2024
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,628 contributions
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    It is a big complex with several Buildings and attractions: Entrance Gate, Memorial Hall, National Opera, National Concert Hall Performance, the Museum, and the Park. Lots of tourists here! Free Entrance to all attractions here.
    Written 6 May 2024
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  • TravelproA
    223 contributions
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    close to Taipei's main train station, not that many exhibitions in there to see, but the entrance ticket is only NTD$20 per person, which is less than a US dollar. great for spend some time if you are waiting for your train
    Written 26 March 2024
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  • PaulSiow
    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia2,703 contributions
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    This museum located inside the park with the same name houses exhibits and information related to the natives uprising on 28 Feb 1947.
    Written 22 October 2020
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