Explore interesting sights in New Taipei, Taiwan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 29 sights are available in New Taipei, Taiwan.Sightseeing Tours in New Taipei
1. Danshui Qingshui Temple
Freshwater Clear Water Rock, also known as the freshwater Ancestor Temple, is located at 87 Clearwater Street in New Beijing City, Taiwan. Built in the period of Japanese rule, the twelve years of Showa (1937). The main sacrifice to the ancestor of the Anxi High Monk and Water, a fatherly temple that is so influenced by Buddhism and Taiwan folk faith, is the faith center in freshwater. Every year, the "Qingshui fathers of the Day of Memorial Day of the Remembrance of the Day of the Lunar calendar is held every year on the beginning of May and the first six days of the Lunar calendar, commonly known as "freshwater worship", is a freshwater event of the New Beijing Government Police Department in 2022 listed as a high-quality temple culture, is the "intangible cultural asset". .
2. Jiufen Old Street
Jiufen Old Street is an old street located in Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, which is mainly concentrated in Jishan Street, Zhuqi Road and Light Road, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Taiwan, with an endless stream of tourists throughout the year. If we analyze the source of tourists, foreign tourists from Japan, South Korea and other places, as well as tourists from Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and domestic tourists account for half on weekdays, and the holidays are mainly national tourism, which is an international tourist attraction in northern Taiwan. The business district is clearly positioned, integrating history, natural scenery, and food culture. Good place to go and walk is recommended.
3. New Taipei Metropolitan Park
The New Taipei Metropolitan Park is the largest park in New Taipei City with an area of 424 hectares. Formerly known as "Greater Taipei Metropolitan Park", some people easily mistakenly believed that it was located in Taipei City. The New Taipei City Government therefore named it "New Peking Metropolitan Park" on August 18, 2019. The English translation has New TAIPEI and maintains the original name. In addition, although its name is "Metropolitan Park", it is different from other parks in Taiwan and does not belong to the Department of Construction of the Ministry of the Interior.
4. 823 Memorial Park(No. 4 Park)
823rd Memorial Park, used to call "Park 4", also known as "Neutral Park", in Taiwan's New Bei City, Zhonghan District, ZhongAn Street and Anping Road, the northeast corner and adjacent to Yongjiang Road, is the seat of the National Taiwan Library, an area of 11 hectares, the whole area is located in the central and central area, and in addition to the southwest side, the surrounding is also adjacent to Yonghe District, is currently the largest park in the double and region, known as "double and lung".
Guangchengyan Temple, also known as Guang Chengyan, is located at No. 78, section No. 78, Jintheng Road, Tucheng District, New Taipei City. Tucheng MRT Station is directly opposite. The first and second floors are the knowledge room of general temple affairs. The third floor is the "Tibetan Hall" worship the Tibetan Bodhisattva, the ancestor of the Dharma and the Guanyin Bodhisattva. The statues of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas worshiped in the temple are exquisitely carved and solemn in law.
Xinzhuang Wenchang Ancestral Hall, located in Xinzhuang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, is a temple dedicated to Emperor Wenchang, which was announced as a third-class monument on August 19, 1985, and later changed to a municipal monument. Wenchang Temple was originally built on the right side of the Ciyou Palace in Xinzhuang in 1813, and the "Records of the Tamsui Hall" recorded as one of the five Wenchang Ancestral Halls of the Tamsui Hall, and was relocated to the current site in 1875.
7. Hobe Mackay Hospital
The Huwei Kai Medical Center, referred to as the Kaiyi Medical Center, is located in Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, and is also the first hospital in the "north" of Taiwan, the predecessor of Mackay Memorial Hospital, which was rated as a third-class historic site by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of China in 1998, and is now a municipal monument in New Taipei City.
Eight miles of the opening of the rear palace, is the Ma Zu Temple of the eight miles district of New Beijing City, Taiwan, located near the bow of the eight miles, and the Kantu Palace, Freshwater Fuju Palace, and the three historic Mo-Zu temple of the freshwater river. With Siilong Rock and the eight-mile mass temple, it is called the eight miles and three ancient temples.
Lingyun Temple, in the 42nd year of the Meiji era (1909) during the Japanese occupation period, was donated by Liu Jinbo, a wealthy merchant in Dadaocheng, to help Master Baohai of Sanchongpu Cailiao. Lingyun Temple is located in Guanyin Mountain, Wugu District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, behind the Lingyun Temple, the temple is mainly dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva.
10. The Hobe Fort
The Huwei Terrace is a Qing Dynasty military site located in Danshui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is also the most complete and largest ancient turret in freshwater. It was built in 1886 and covers an area of about 8 hectares. The turret was dominated by Taiwan's first governor Liu Mingchuan, and its construction purpose was to defend freshwater ports.
The Vulture Mountain Wusheng Dojo is a three-by-one Buddhist dojo. It is located in Fulianli Eagle Mountain, Gongliao District, New Taipei City, Taiwan (near the first peak of the Snow Mountain Range, near Mount Xinlan), with the highest point of about 387 meters above sea level, that is, in the suburbs of Fulong. It was founded in the 80's by Venerable Shakti Dao.
The golden monument is a monument in the ancient road of Sanmiaoling District, Ruifang District, New Taipei City. On August 19, 1985, it was announced as a national three -level monument, and is now a monument in New Taipei City. Due to the long time, the traces of the inscription have been a bit blurred, but the preservation is roughly complete.
Qianhua New Eighteenth King Temple, or the Shixianghua Eighteenth King Temple, is the Eighteenth King Gongli Temple located in Maolinli, Shimen District, New Taipei City. Originally, it was the new temple after the relocation of the Eighteenth King Temple of Qianhua, as well as alleviating the traffic of the Golden Highway.
The Mazu Temple of the Xinglong Palace of the Three Gorges, commonly known as the Mazu Temple of the Three Gorges. As a Taoist temple, the Lord is the Virgin of the Heaven, located at No. 50, Minquan Street, Three Gorges District, New Taipei City. It was founded in 1755. It is located on the Three Gorges Old Street. Essence
The Taiwan Baiyun Police Station, a historic building in the Titian District of New North City, was built in 1939, and then called the police officer police station of 13 times, after the war, was renamed Baiyun Police Station, was abolished in 1976 and registered as the historic building of Taipei County in 2009.
Pinglin Baoping Palace, is located in Pinglin District, New Taipei City, Taiwan Zhenwu Temple, the main worship of Xuantian Zhenwu God, with the worship of the Lord Zhenjun, the Queen Mother, Guanyin Bodhisattva, the Lady of Heaven, the Marshal of the Middle Altar and other gods and Buddhas, built in 1862.
17. Nanshan Fude Temple
Bakery, Nanshan Ford Palace, referred to as Nanshan Ford Palace, also known as the land -baked land temple. It is a land temple located in Nanli, Zhonghe District, Zhonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. , Later, it became a large temple with a flourishing incense, and there was a giant land of land.
18. The Maritime Museum
The Tamkang University Maritime Museum is a museum on sea navigation located on the campus of Tamkang University in Tamsui District, New Taipei City in Taiwan. The museum is located in a ship-like formed building which formerly served as a training center for future sailors on trading ships.
19. Yin Shan Si
Laoshan Temple, commonly known as the Deng Gong Temple, is a Dingguang Ancient Buddha Temple in Dunki Killer in Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is built by Hakkas of Tingzhou. "Temple" is the national monument designated by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of China.
The Girls' Temple of Shijie is a girl temple located next to Yongdingxi, Shizhen District, New Taipei City. There are still temples such as Shengxing Palace, Shijiewu Fortune Temple, Shijie Yuanbaoshan Xianshi Mansion, and Daluo Jinxianfu, Yingtao Mountain, and form a religious park.
22. Oxford College
Oxford Academy, named the Grand Academy of the Confucianism Academy, 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.
Wusha Tomb is the grave of Wusha, the grave of the Qing Dynasty reclaimed in Yilan, Taiwan, and in 1985 the announcement was made for the municipality directly under the Central Government, and now saw the Wusha tomb after the renovation in 1931.
Freshwater Airport is the airport relic located in Danshui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. It was built in 1937. It is the second international airport in Taiwan (the first is Songshan Airport). It is currently a monument for New Taipei City.
Temple of the Eighteen Lords is a yin miao located in Ganhua Village, Shimen District, New Taipei, Taiwan. Located on Provincial Highway 2 beside Jinshan Nuclear Power Plant, the temple is dedicated to seventeen deceased sailors and one dog.
26. Ōgon Shrine
The Ōgon Shrine also known as the Jinguashi Shinto Shrine, Gold Temple or Spirits of the Mountain Shrine is a Shinto shrine located halfway up a mountain in the Gold Ecological Park in Jinguashi, Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan.
Xinzhuang Wusheng Temple, also known as Xinzhuang Guandi Temple, is a Guandi Temple located in Xinzhuang Temple Street, Wenhengli, Xinzhuang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, and is listed as a cultural asset of New Taipei City.
A Tudigong is a kind of Chinese tutelary deity of a specific location. There are several Tudigongs corresponding to different geographical locations, sometimes multiple ones will be venerated together in certain regions.
The tiger -character monument is a Shi Ji with a tiger character engraved on the ancient road of Caoling, Fulongli District, Gongliao District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, and listed as a monument in New Taipei City.
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