Points of Interest & Landmarks • Scenic Walking Areas
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- It seems like every major city in Taiwan has a former factory property turned art district and this one is one of the better ones. The bonus is that it’s also within walking distance to the main railway station. Lots of private studios and stores, and they even sell the whisky that used to be brewed here. A pretty large property so you could easily spend a couple of hours wandering around.Written 18 February 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It's one of the best places to chill out and read and if you want a good photo the building is looks amazingWritten 18 October 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The campus doesn't have much to offer in terms of sites, but it is very park-like with little car traffic, a beautiful pond, and lots of trees.Written 13 January 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There are many small temple and shrines across Taiwan, but the majority is not attractive for tourists. But this Chenghuanmiao, which was established in Qing Time, is worth taking a look. The entrance is free.Written 29 September 2018
- Taiwan is awash with heritage parks and still doesn't really have the same range of attractions and sights as say the ones in Taipei - there is a currently temporary exhibition about Vietnamese culture, a few smalls shops and a cafe, plus a brewery shop. The park was pretty quiet when we visited - it needs more exhibitions and permanent stores. The Noah's Ark statue was really incredible.Written 12 February 2019
- Spread out night market along Zhongxiao Road, running both sides of it (watch out for errant mopeds) - lots of cuisine types available including local, Japanese and even a pizza stall. Most stalls are quite small so there are considerable queues for the really popular ones.Written 11 February 2019
- Brought 2 kids (2yo and 7yo) on a sunny day. There’s an admission fee which can be offset for item or f&b purchases, or for diy. The kids had lots of fun at the outdoor area, slides, games, etc.
We missed the earlier diy timing and due to schedule, can’t stay till the next one. So I would encourage visitor to check out diy timing so that it can be an option for consideration.
IMHO, it will be much better to offset the admin fee with diy than buying a gift of the shelf. More sentimental value and bonding building. We bought a yo-yo, when the counter lady opens it to check, it seems fine, but it was broken when my kid start to play wif it.🤷♀️ Slight disappointment to the kid.
But overall, it can be a nice place to spend 2-3 hours with the perfect weather.Written 18 December 2019
- Like any other night market, is a nice place to find local food, but if you want variety, go to zhongxiao. Is not far, and has much more of everythingWritten 9 September 2016