Here you can find interesting sights in New Taipei, Taiwan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 15 sights are available in New Taipei, Taiwan.Back to the list of cities in Taiwan
New North Metropolitan Park is the largest park in New North City, with an area of 424 hectares. Formerally known as "Greater Taipei Metropolitan Park", but some people are prone to mistake for Taipei city, the New Taipei City government renamed it the "New North Metropolitan Park" on August 18,2019. The English translation name has been New Taipei, and maintains the original name. In addition, although its name has the word "Metropolis Park", it is different from other metropolitan parks in Taiwan and is not under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Interior Affairs.
Located in Xinzhuang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, Xinzhuang Wenchang Ancestral Hall is a temple dedicated to Emperor Wenchang, which was announced as a Grade III monument on August 19, 1985, and later changed to a municipal monument directly under the central government. Originally built in 1813 on the right side of the Ci right palace in Xinzhuang, the Tamsui Hall Chronicle records as one of the five Wenchang Ancestral Halls of the Tamsui Hall, and was relocated to its current location in 1875.
Ningxia Road Night Market, abbreviated as Ningxia Night Market, is a night market attraction located on Ningxia Road in Datong District, Taipei City. In 2015, the Taipei City Government held the "Best of Taipei Night Markets" poll, and Ningxia Night Market won the titles of "Best Night Market", "Most Delicious Night Market", "Most Attractive Night Market", "Greenest Night Market" and "Friendliest Night Market" in the theme of the night market.
Xinfang Spring Tea Line is an industrial and residential building located in Dadaocheng, Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan. After it is no longer operated, the original builders planned to demolish and rebuild the building, and the cultural group required to be listed as historic sites, the Taipei municipal government achieved partial preservation and restoration by allowing the volume transfer of the builders.
Xian ( ) Temple , located in The Sanchong District , New Taipei City , Taiwan , is a temple that is listed as a cultural asset of New Taipei City , with the largest brick wall in North Taiwan , and its shrine also serves as an administrative boundary between Sanchong and Luzhou. Commonly known as the Temple of the Five Kings, "Five Kings" is also a local place name.
The Bodhi Lecture Hall is located on Nanjing West Road, Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the Buddhist temple of Shakyamuni. The temple was built in 1954 and is a four -story building in the ancient temple in Datong District, Taipei. In addition, the organizational format of the temple is managed, and the festival date is the eighth day of the annual lunar calendar.
Zhen Shengtang is the Taoist temple of Fuyou Emperor Jun. The building was built in 1924. After many renovations, it is now an ancient temple building in Datong District, Taipei. In addition, the organizational form of the temple is a management committee, and the festival date is April 14th of the lunar calendar each year.
The Taiwan Gokoku Shrine ( ) was a shrine located in Dazhi ( present-day Taipei ) in Taipei , Taipei Prefecture , Taiwan during the Japanese occupation , located on the east side of the new territory of the Taiwan Shrine. It has now been rebuilt as the National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine (Yuanshan Martyrs' Shrine).
Huwei Fortress (English:), also called Huwei Fortress, is located in Danshui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan Province, and is an artillery battery built in 1886, covering an area of about 8 hectares. The fort was built by Liu Mingchuan, Taiwan's first governor, and was built to defend Taiwan's freshwater port.
Oxford Academy, the Han Dynasty, is the Grand Academy of the Confucianism Academy. It is located in Tamsui District, New Taipei City. The Western -style modern school founded by the Canadian Christian Presbyterian Church, Ma Yi, in the past. New Taipei City Municipal Site.
Tamsui Port Lighthouse is a lighthouse located on the north bank of Tamsui Harbor (i.e. Sharon on the north bank of the Tamsui Estuary) in Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, and is the only lighthouse on the main island of Taiwan located at the mouth of the river.
The Immaculate Conception Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan. The Latin Rite church serves as the see of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Taipei that was created by Pope Pius XII with the Bull "Gravia illa Christi".
Xinzhuang Wusheng Temple, also known as Xinzhuang Guandi Temple, is the Guandi Temple located in Xinzhuang Temple Street, Wenhengli, Xinzhuang District, Xinbei City, Taiwan. It is listed as a cultural assets of New Taipei City.
Xinzhuang Guangfu Temple, located in Xinzhuang Street, Wendry, Xinzhuang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, was built by Hakka immigrants who moved away later, and was later changed to a national monument.
The Chien-Cheng Circle or Taipei Circle, is a public plaza, on whose site was a former traffic circle, within which a former bustling landmark night market operated, in Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan.
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