25 Sights in Taichung, Taiwan (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Taichung, 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 25 sights are available in Taichung, Taiwan.

Sightseeing Tours in Taichung

1. National Taichung Theater

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The National Taichung Theater is an opera house in the Taichung's 7th Redevelopment Zone in the Situn District of Taichung, Taiwan. The estimated area of the structure is 57,685 square meters (620,920 sq ft). It was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito in collaboration with Cecil Balmond at Arup AGU. It was contracted on 11 November 2009 with construction planned for 45 months. The venue had a partial opening on 23 November 2014. It was officially opened in 2016.

Wikipedia: National Taichung Theater (EN)

2. Fengjia Night Market

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Fengjia Night Market or Feng Chia Night Market, also called Fengjia Shopping Town, is a night market in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan. The market is located next to Feng Chia University. It was claimed to be the largest night market in Taiwan.

Wikipedia: Fengjia Night Market (EN)

3. 帝國製糖廠臺中營業所

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The Taichung Sales Office of the Empire Sugar Factory was the Taichung Factory established by the Empire Sugar -Main Co., Ltd. in 1912. After the war, the Taichung Sugar Factory of Taiwan Sugar Company was after the war. Building, only the office of the Taichung Sales Office now. In 2013, the land development case was officially entered. The total area of ​​the development and development of the sugar factory section was about 22 hectares, of which the ecological pool and the surrounding area of ​​the plant were planned to be 6.09 hectares). , Taiwan Sugar has obtained 7.7 hectares, and the land development was launched after the land development in March 2016. At the end of 2019, the building was completed, and it was named the Taichung Sales Office of the Empire Sugar Factory. It was opened with some areas of the park (Taichung Empire Sugar Plant Lake Park).

Wikipedia: 台中糖廠 (ZH)

4. Taichung Cultural & Creative Industries Park

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The Cultural Asset Park of the Ministry of Culture is a cultural park in the southern district of Taichung City, Taiwan, covering an area of ​​5.6 hectares. The private winery "Akashi Winery" founded in 1914 was the first predecessor of the place, and after 1947, he was transferred to the Taichung Winery. After the receiving of the Cultural Construction Committee of the Executive Yuan in 2002, it was positioned as a cultural and creative park in the early stage. It is currently the only cultural and capital park in Taiwan. The historical buildings and winemaking equipment during the Japanese rule in the park are the most complete factories in the industrial site of the Taiwan winery.

Wikipedia: 臺中文化創意產業園區 (ZH)

5. Former Taichung Station

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Former Taichung StationTiouraren (Y.-C. Tsai) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The old Taichung Station is the construction building used by the Taichung Railway Station from May 15, 1905 to October 15, 2016. The station is located in the Eastern District. The second -generation Taichung Station, which was rebuilt on March 31, 1917, was renovated by the old front. In August 2021, the second -generation and first generation of parking lots was logged in to the national monument. In the future, the station body, the surrounding Taiwan Railway cultural assets and 1.6 kilometers of the original railway refutation will be preserved in place, and the Taichung Station Railway Cultural Park is established in conjunction with the surrounding related cultural assets.

Wikipedia: 臺中火車站 (舊站) (ZH)

6. 臺中神社

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The Taichung Shrine was a shrine located in Taichung City during the Japanese rule of Taiwan. The first generation of shrine was built in 1911 in 84 Fanfan, Shinagaocho, Taichung City, that is, north of Beimen Building, Taichung Park. The second -generation shrine was built in 1937 in 141 land in Shi Okachi, Taichung City, and was promoted to Guobi Society in 1942. The old Taichung Shrine in Taichung Park was demolished. After the promoted Taichung Shrine, the three townships of Changhua Shrine, Kiyomizu Shrine, and Guanlin Shrine and Babu Society.

Wikipedia: 臺中神社 (ZH)

7. Chung Shan Hall

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Zhongshan Hall, located in the northern district of Taichung City, Taiwan, covers an area of ​​33,564.94 square meters and 16,607.5 square meters in Jianping. The seats (including 12 seats with no obstacles and 12 seats with each other) are the most complete indoor theater in central Taiwan. Neighborhood of Zhongzheng Park, the North District National Sports Center, China Medical University, Taichung Zhongyou Department Store and Yizhong Commercial District.

Wikipedia: 中山堂 (台中市) (ZH), Website

8. 大里福興宮

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The Fuxing Palace of Dali, also known as the Fuxing Palace of Dali, is located in Dali District, Taichung City, Taiwan. It is the temple that worships the Virgin of the Heavenly Lady and is the center of the local belief. The temple has the legend of "Yang Ben County's defeat geography". The content is that officials have to defeat the local "Lotus Treasure Point" Feng Shui and change the temple into the direction of the northern dynasty.

Wikipedia: 大里杙福興宮 (ZH)

9. National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

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The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is a museum in West District, Taichung, Taiwan. NTMoFA was established in 1988 and is the first and the only national-grade fine arts museum in Taiwan. The major collections are works by Taiwanese artists, covering modern and contemporary Taiwanese arts. The museum covers 102,000 square meters, including the Public Outdoor Sculpture park, making it one of the largest museums in Asia.

Wikipedia: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (EN), Website

10. 中興堂

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Taichung ZTE Hall is a medium -sized indoor performance site located in the northern district of Taichung City. It opened in 1972 and was a building on the first floor and two floors above ground. It covers an area of ​​655 pings. The total area of ​​the floor is about 1,950 pings. There are now 1,240 seats on the audience (792 seats on the first floor and 448 seats on the second floor). Wheelchair special seat.

Wikipedia: 台中中興堂 (ZH)

11. Jenn Lann Temple

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Jenn Lann Temple MiNe / CC BY 2.0

The Dajia Jenn Lann Temple, also known as the Zhenlan or Mazu Temple, is a temple dedicated to the Chinese Goddess Mazu, the Goddess of Sea and Patron Deity of fishermen, sailors and any occupations related to sea/ocean. The temple is located in the Dajia District of Taichung, Taiwan. It is known for being the start of the Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage, an annual celebration of the sea goddess.

Wikipedia: Dajia Jenn Lann Temple (EN)

12. 女鬼橋

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Tunghai University is the oldest private university in Taiwan, established in 1955. It was founded by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia (UBCHEA). It is located in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan. According to Times Higher Education's Impact Rankings 2020, the university is rated as the most impactful private university in Taiwan and third in the country.

Wikipedia: Tunghai University (EN)

13. 殉職山岡先生之碑

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Yamaoka Rong (October 23, 1902 -May 9, 1930), Nakayama Town, Yiyu County, Ehime Prefecture, Japan (now in the city in Yiyu), teachers of East Nonglin Forestry National School, Erzhuang Group, Dongshi Street, Taichung Prefecture, In order to rescue nine townships and children in Taiwan, a monument was set up next to the food water stream in the new community in Taichung City.

Wikipedia: 殉職山岡先生之碑 (ZH)

14. Lake Heart Pavilion

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Lake Heart Pavilion 臺中市政府 / Attribution

Hu Xingting, formerly known as Zhongzheng Ting, is a pavilion in the Sun and Luon Lake of Taizhong Park, Taizhong, Taiwan, for the 1908 commemoration of the longitudinal line of the entire car, the city of Taizhong has established monuments, is considered as representatives of Taiwan imagery, such as door plate, bus ticket, Taiwan City Government emblem, etc.

Wikipedia: 湖心亭 (臺中市) (ZH)

15. Maple Garden

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Maple Garden xiquinhosilva / CC BY 2.0

Qiu Hong Valley Ecological Park, also known as the autumn Valley Square, autumn Valley landscape ecological park, is usually referred to as the autumn valley, is located in the seven phase of Xitun District of Taiwan City, Taiwan, outside Taiwan Avenue, Fu Road, the city of North Seven Road and Henan Road, covering an area of 30,000 square meters.

Wikipedia: 秋紅谷廣場 (ZH)

16. Lin Chih-chu Memorial

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Lin Zhizhu Studio, located next to Liuchuan, West District, Taichung City, Taiwan, was originally established in 1928 as a staff dormitory of Taichung Normal School, from 1946 to 2006 as a dormitory and teaching place for glue painter Lin Zhizhu, and is now listed as a memorial building of Taichung City Cultural Assets.

Wikipedia: 林之助畫室 (ZH)

17. 望月亭

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Taiwan Provincial City Dabei Gate (also known as the Hangzhu Mountain) is located in the northern district of Taiwan City, and was announced as a historic building on November 17, 1995 (2006). For the Qing Dynasty in Taizhong Park, although the construction is not original, it still has research and preservation value.

Wikipedia: 臺灣省城大北門 (ZH)

18. Parasol Tree King

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The king of the tree, or the umbrella tree king, is a tree in Taizhong City, Taiwan, is located in Taiwan, Taiwan, is regarded as a god tree by the local people, and is related to the local folk story, Jiaqing Jun tour Taiwan, in addition to the local "umbrella tree" and the geographical name of the tree.

Wikipedia: 大里杙樹王公 (ZH)

19. Wufulinmen Sacred Tree

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Wufu Linmen Sacred Tree, is located in Taichung City, Taiwan Shigang District, Longxing Wanxian Street tree group, is regarded as a sacred tree by the locals, originally centered on the camphor tree, plus the surrounding banyan tree, acacia tree, nan tree, Pu tree five kinds of trees.

Wikipedia: 五福臨門神木 (ZH)

20. PaoChueh Temple

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Baochen Zen Temple, referred to as Baojue Temple, is the Lintong Buddhist Temple located in Jinlongli, North District, Taichung City, Taiwan. It was founded in 1928. The mountain is named "Fa Mountain". Master Yicheng, the East China Sea, was the first master Miao Zen Master.

Wikipedia: 寶覺禪寺 (ZH)

21. 牛罵頭遺址

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The Niumatou Site is an archaeological site dating from the mid Neolithic period in Qingshui District, Taichung, Taiwan. It is the oldest archaeological site in central Taiwan. The site has been designated as a historical relic by then Taichung County Government.

Wikipedia: Niumatou Site (EN)

22. Ciji Temple

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Ciji Temple

Fengyuan Tzu Chi Palace, commonly known as the Mazu Temple of Fengyuan, is a Mazu Temple in Fengyuan District, Taichung City, Taiwan. It was built during the Yongzheng period of the Qing Dynasty. The side is the East Night Market of Fengyuan Temple.

Wikipedia: 豐原慈濟宮 (ZH)

23. 台中市城隍廟

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Taiwan City Temple is located in the southern Taiwan area of Taiwan, the city temple of the capital of Taiwan, the city of the capital city of Taiwan, the city of the Qing Ling period, the city of the city is the "Welling Fair".

Wikipedia: 台中市城隍廟 (ZH)

24. 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan

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921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan

The 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan is a national museum in Wufeng District, Taichung, Taiwan. The museum is dedicated to the 7.3 earthquake that struck the center of Taiwan at 01:47:12.6 TST on Tuesday, 21 September 1999.

Wikipedia: 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan (EN)

25. 大里七將軍廟

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Dali Seventh General Temple, formerly known as the Seven General Temple of the Zhongyi Temple, is the Seven General Temple located in Xinli, Dali District, Taichung City, Taiwan. There is no next day. "

Wikipedia: 大里七將軍廟 (ZH)


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