22 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 22 sights are available in Taichung, Taiwan.

List of cities in Taiwan Sightseeing Tours in Taichung

1. 帝國製糖廠臺中營業所

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Imperial Sugar Factory Taichung Office, for the Taichung Factory established by Imperial Sugar Co., Ltd. in 1912, after the war became Taiwan Sugar Company Taichung Sugar Factory, closed in November 1990 and successively demolished the sugar factory and most of the buildings in the original factory area, now only the original Taichung Business Office office building. In 2013, it officially entered the land development project, and the total area of the sugar factory section was expropriated and developed about 22 hectares, of which the ecological pool and the surrounding area of the factory were planned as 6.09 hectares of parks, the developable area was about 15.32 hectares, of which 8.88 hectares were classified as commercial areas, and Taiwan Sugar obtained 7.7 hectares, and investment was launched after the completion of land development in March 2016. At the end of 2019, the restoration of the building was completed and it was renamed the Imperial Sugar Factory Taichung Business Office, which was opened along with part of the park (Taichung Imperial Sugar Factory Lakeside Park).

Wikipedia: 台中糖廠 (ZH)

2. Former Taichung Station

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

Old Taichung Station is a station building used by Taiwan Railway Taichung Station from May 15, 1905 to October 15, 2016, before the elevated opening of Taichung Railway. The old former station body is the second-generation Taichung Station rebuilt on March 31, 1917, and in 1995, the old building (second-generation station), the front porch and the first platform were registered as second-class monuments (now national historic sites), and in August 2021, the second platform and the first-generation parking office were registered as national historic sites; The old station was originally built in 1964 and is a historical building in Taichung City. In the future, the front and rear station bodies, the surrounding Taiwan Railway cultural assets and the 1.6-kilometer original railway track barge will be preserved in situ, and the Taichung Station Railway Cultural Park will be established in combination with the surrounding related cultural assets.

Wikipedia: 臺中火車站 (舊站) (ZH)

3. Taichung Cultural & Creative Industries Park

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The Cultural Assets Park of the Ministry of Culture is a cultural park located in the southern district of Taichung City, Taiwan Province, covering an area of 5.6 hectares. Founded in 1914, the private winery "Chisi Wine Farm" was the original predecessor of the place, and then turned into Taichung winery after 1947. After being accepted by the Cultural Construction Committee of the Executive Yuan in 2002, it was initially positioned as a cultural and creative park. Currently, it is the only public cultural capital park in Taiwan, and the Cultural Assets Bureau of the Ministry of Culture is also located here. The historic buildings and wine making machinery and equipment during the Taiwan Japanese governance period in the park are the most complete preserved factories in the industrial site of Taiwan winery.

Wikipedia: 臺中文化創意產業園區 (ZH)

4. Asia University Museum of Modern Art

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The Museum of Modern Art (hereinafter referred to as the Asian University Museum of Modern Art or Asian Fine Arts Museum) is a modernist art museum located in Yada University in Taichung City, central Taiwan, opened on October 24, 2013, for Japanese architect Tadao Ando's first architectural design work in Taiwan and the first art museum design on the global campus, the main body of the building is composed of fair-faced concrete and curtain wall, indoor area of 1,244 pyeong, outdoor field 6,000 pyeong, the building is mainly based on the regular triangle as the basic element. It is a building consisting of three regular triangles.

Wikipedia: 亞洲現代美術館 (ZH)

5. 臺中神社

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Taichung Shrine, a shrine located in Taichung city during the Japanese rule Period of Taiwan. The first shrine was built in 1911 in 84 times of New High Town, Taichung City, namely the north of the North Gate tower of Taichung Park. The second generation shrine was built in 1937 in 141 times, Taichung City, and upgraded to a small national currency club in 1942, while the old Taichung Shrine in Taichung Park was demolished. After the upgraded Taichung Shrine under the jurisdiction of Changhua Shrine, clear water shrine, member Lin shrine three townships and eight no case society.

Wikipedia: 臺中神社 (ZH)

6. Chung Shan Hall

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Zhongshan Hall, located in the north district of Taichung City, Taiwan, covers an area of 33,564.94 square meters, Jianping 16,607.5 square meters, including two underground floors and three floors above ground, the audience is divided into a total of 1,557 seats (including 12 barrier-free seats and 12 accompanying seats), is the most functional indoor theater in central Taiwan. It is adjacent to Zhongzheng Park, North District National Movement Center, China Medical University, Taichung Zhongyou Department Store and No.1 China Business District.

Wikipedia: 中山堂 (台中市) (ZH), Website

7. 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)

8. 中興堂

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Taichung Zhongxing Hall, formerly known as Zhongxing Great Hall, is a medium-sized indoor performance venue located in the north district of Taichung City. Founded in 1972, it is a building with one floor underground and two floors above the ground, covering an area of 655 ping, with a total floor area of about 1,950 ping. Now, there are 1,240 seats (792 seats on the first floor and 448 seats on the second floor), and special seats for wheelchairs.

Wikipedia: 台中中興堂 (ZH)

9. PaoChueh Temple

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Treasure zen temple, hereinafter referred to as treasure jue temple, is located in taichung city, Taiwan north golden dragon in Buddha temple, created in 1928, mountain "is", the era of mountain "eagle pingshan", the pioneer for the east China sea appropriate cheng, the first host wonderful zen mage, Taiwan, world war ii soldiers and survivors will come to sacrifice, also for Japanese tourist destination.

Wikipedia: 寶覺禪寺 (ZH)

10. 大里福興宮

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Dali Fuxing Palace, also known as Dali Fuxing Palace, is located in Dali District, Taichung City, Taiwan, and is the temple dedicated to the Virgin of Heaven and is the local faith center. The temple has the legend of "the defeat geography of Yangben County", which is that an official wanted to defeat the local "Lotus Treasure Cave" feng shui and changed the temple to a north-facing south.

Wikipedia: 大里杙福興宮 (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. Maple Garden

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Maple Garden xiquinhosilva / CC BY 2.0

Qiuhong Valley Ecological Park, also known as Qiuhong Valley Square and Qiuhong Valley Landscape Ecological Park, usually known as Qiuhong Valley, is a large flood detention park located in the seventh phase of itun District, Taichung City, Taiwan. It is adjacent to Taiwan Avenue, ofu Road, Municipal North Seventh Road and Henan Road, covering an area of 30,000 square meters.

Wikipedia: 秋紅谷廣場 (ZH)

14. Lake Heart Pavilion

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Hudong Pavilion, once known as Zhongzheng Pavilion, is a pavilion located in Moon Lake, Taichung Park, North District, Taichung City, Taiwan. It was built in 1908 to commemorate the opening of the longitudinal line. It is now a historic site, and is regarded as the representative of Taichung image, such as door plate, public ticket, Taichung city government emblem, etc.

Wikipedia: 湖心亭 (臺中市) (ZH)

15. 望月亭

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The north gate of Taiwan Province (also known as the Full Moon Pavilion) is located in the north district of Taichung City, which was announced as a historical building on November 17 of the Republic of China (2006). It is a qing Dynasty memorial in Taichung Park. Although it is not in its original appearance, it still has research and preservation value.

Wikipedia: 臺灣省城大北門 (ZH)

16. Wufulinmen Sacred Tree

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Wufu Linmen Shenmu is a group of trees located in Longxing Wanxian Street, Shigang District, Taichung City, Taiwan, which is regarded as a sacred tree by the locals, and was originally composed of camphor trees as the center, plus surrounded by five kinds of trees: banyan tree, acacia tree, nan tree, and simple tree.

Wikipedia: 五福臨門神木 (ZH)

17. 大里七將軍廟

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Dali seven generals temple, formerly known as the loyalty temple seven generals temple, is located in Taichung City, Taiwan, seven generals temple, six members of the Qing army and a dog, famous for finding lost property, the reward of god play has "every other day" said.

Wikipedia: 大里七將軍廟 (ZH)

18. 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)

19. 台中市城隍廟

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Taichung City God Temple is a City God Temple located in the southern district of Taichung City, Taiwan, which is the City God Temple of Taiwan Fufu after the establishment of Taiwan Province during the Qing Dynasty, and the city god is named "Weiling Gong".

Wikipedia: 台中市城隍廟 (ZH)

20. 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)

21. Ciji Temple

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Fengyuan Tzu Chi Palace, commonly known as Fengyuan Mazu Temple, is a Mazu temple in Fengyuan District, Taichung City, Taiwan, built during the Yongzheng period of the Qing Dynasty. Next to it is the East Night Market of Fengyuan Temple.

Wikipedia: 豐原慈濟宮 (ZH)

22. 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan

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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)

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