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Bopiliao Ancient Street

No.101 Guangzhou Street, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2336 1704
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No.101 Guangzhou Street, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2336 1704
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想像踏上百老清朝街道?這裡會發現舊台灣的文化,最傳統的民間風俗,大街建築物多用作藝術活動,但仍有部份磚頭尋到昔日味道; 街道只有10分鐘步行空間,但走進每棟建築,觸摸以前的空間,能夠得到有趣的回憶。其中展覽館是教育中心,讓小朋友有所得著。可花1-2小時參觀。 Imagine the old streets of the Qing Dynasty? Here you will find the old Taiwanese culture, the most traditional folk customs, street buildings now used for artistic activities, but there are still some bricks to find the old taste; street only 20 minutes...More

Thank chanchan_hk
Reviewed 5 June 2017

We were hoping to see some more character, showing what the street used to be like. While the buildings are in good condition, there was limited character and it didn't give any historic sense. I wouldn't go out of my way to see this.

Thank TrueHotelReview
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Bopiliao is a restored historic area in the Longshansi parameter. It is worth a visit if in the area. I would recommend having lunch in Ximending and came here on your way to Longshan Temple

Thank daikin
Reviewed 14 May 2017

I am not too sure if it was worth visiting as all the buildings have been restored but most were empty. This used to be a busy commercial area 200 years ago but now all you can see are some Qing Dynasty and Japanese era...More

Thank palawandave
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Just 10 minutes walking towards the left of Lungshan Temple or towards the right from the Lungshan Exit 1 is the Bopiliao Old Street Historic Block or Lane 173 Kang-Ding Road. The red building block here are of red bricks and combinations of timber for...More

Thank KianHian L
Reviewed 28 April 2017

When you visit the Longshan Temple, don't forget to visit Bopilao street. This street is not far from this temple. Exit from the temple from the main gate, just walk to the left about 100 meters and you will found the Bopiliao street. It is...More

Thank akadir64
Reviewed 18 April 2017

It's just a renovated street, actually it looked like it was just consumed by fire, no offence but for graffiti artists and art enthusiasts this is worth visiting. Another instagram memory. If you're close to Longshan temple, then it makes sense to visit this place.

Thank ArrowTravels
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

Nice place but seems under utilises to it potential. Honestly I like the environment and building ... Hope u all would utilise it better

Thank 989krisd
Reviewed 10 April 2017

There is a lot of potential here, but not yet realised. Hopefully will be developed, hopefully not as just another shopping market. Worth a look nevertheless.

1  Thank Georges3350
Reviewed 10 April 2017

At least it felt like a Movie Set. It was restored to a certain degree. Although I'd check again to see if the buildings are structurally sound, especially in earthquake-country. Many of the pillars are listing. Also that some of the bricks are turning to...More

1  Thank Michael_Chick
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