32 Sights in Taipei, Taiwan (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in 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 32 sights are available in Taipei, Taiwan.

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1. 原臺北信用組合(合作金庫城內支庫大樓)

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The original Taipei Credit Portfolio is located in Hengyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, near Zhongshan Hall and Taipei MRT Ximen Station. The building was designed by the Taipei Credit Portfolio during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan, commissioned by the Taipei Credit Union as a technician at the Governor's Office of Taiwan, and was completed in 1933. After World War II, the Taipei Credit Union was reorganized into the Taipei Tenth Credit Cooperative (Taipei Ten Letters), and its headquarters was still located here, until the outbreak of the Ten Letters Case in 1985, which merged Taipei Ten Letters into the Taiwan Provincial Cooperative Treasury at the end of the same year, and the former Ten Letters Corporation was changed to the Taiwan Provincial Cooperative Treasury City Branch. On January 1, 2001, the city branch was reorganized into a cooperative treasury commercial bank with the cooperative treasury of Taiwan Province, and was restructured into a "cooperative treasury commercial bank inner branch", which is now a designated monument of Taipei City.

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2. 原菊元百貨(國泰金融大樓)

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Kikumoto Department Store was Taiwan's first department store, located in Sakaecho, Taipei City during the Japanese occupation (now the intersection of Hengyang Road and Bo'ai Road in Zhongzheng District, Taipei), founded by Japanese businessman Eiji Shigeta on November 28, 1932, and opened on December 3 of the same year. Seven stories high, so commonly known as the "Seventh Heaven" at the time, it was the second tallest building in Taiwan at that time, after the Governor's Office Building, and equipped with Taiwan's first commercial manned elevator, as well as many modern equipment, it was a symbol of the prosperity of Taipei City during the Japanese occupation. After World War II, it was taken over by the Nationalist government and closed, and the building continued to be used as a department store until 1979. It is now listed as a historic building in Taipei City.

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3. 臺灣公路原點

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The origin of Taiwan highway is the origin of Taiwan provincial highway system, which is located at the intersection of one section of Zhongxian East Road (Taiwan 5), one section of Zhongxiao West Road (Taiwan 1, Taiwan 3), Zhongshan South Road (Taiwan 9) and Zhongshan North Road (Taiwan 1 A) in Zhongzheng District of Taipei city. In the early postwar years, from 1955 to 1995, the Fuxing Land Bridge was set up at this intersection to connect the Zhongshan North and South Road and cross the longitudinal railway. The Taipei railway was dismantled underground. The central building at the northwest corner of the intersection still houses the "Fuxing Bridge Post Office" named after the land bridge. The northeast corner of the intersection is the Executive Yuan, the southeast corner is the Inspection Yuan, and the southwest corner is the former Taipei City Council.

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4. 歪腰郵筒

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歪腰郵筒 范姜中岑 / CC BY-SA 2.0

The crooked mailbox is a mailbox smashed by two signboards dropped by Typhoon Sudil in Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and has received great attention from the public because of its cute shape. Later, Chunghwa Post responded to the people's request and agreed to consider retaining the crooked mailbox, which further developed into an alternative attraction in Taipei City. After considering the safety and traffic conditions of the surrounding people, it was decided to relocate the crooked mailbox to the Taipei Post Office. But the planned move was opposed by many people, with former Minister of Culture of the Republic of China, Long Yingtai, criticizing Chung CTE for not understanding its value. After that, Zhonghua Post suspended the relocation work in response to the opinions of the public, and planned to discuss with experts and scholars later.

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5. 台北府城北門

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台北府城北門 台北市政府工務局 / Attribution

Taipei Fucheng North Gate, officially known as Cheng'en Gate, or North Gate, is a Qing Dynasty city gate building located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and is the main gate of Taipei Fucheng. Located at the intersection of Zhongxiao West Road, Yanping South Road and Bo'ai Road in Taipei City, it was completed in the 10th year of the Qing Dynasty (1884), and is the only one of the five major gates of Taipei City that has maintained the original appearance of the founding era, is a representative work of Taiwan's new-style city gate, and is also one of the few remaining Qing Dynasty buildings in Taipei City. There was originally an urn outside the gate, but it no longer exists. It is now listed as a national monument of the Republic of China together with other city gates of Taipei City.

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6. 芝山岩

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芝山岩 勝山吉作 / CC0

Zhishan Rock is an independent sandstone hill in Shijiao, Shilin District, Taipei city, which is located at the northern edge of Taipei Basin. It is a single mountain in the north and south. The elevation is about 51. 5 meters and an area is about 10 hectares. Local people also call this mountain "Yuan shanzai". A large number of immigrants from Zhangzhou, Fujian province migrated to the Taipei Bailan (now Shilin) near the hill in the 18th century. The name of Zhishan Rock was originally taken from the nearby Zhilan Street and was called "Zhilan Mountain", which was later renamed "Zhishan Rock" because of its scenic scenery like Zhishan Mountain in Zhangzhou. Today, also with Zhishan rock to replace the original place name stone corner to call the adjacent area, and has a Zhishan rock sub-division.

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7. 新樂園藝術空間

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新樂園藝術空間 Tokuyama / CC BY-SA 2.0

New Park Art Space (English :) referred to as Xin Park for short is a substitute space in Taipei, the Republic of China. It is also the longest -lasting artist cooperation gallery in Taiwan. In 1994, after the end of the 2nd apartment, the original core members began to prepare new art space. In January of the following year, the art space of New Park was officially operated on Longjiang Road in Taipei. In 1997, the art space of Xin Park moved to Liaoning Street, and members were also updated sharply. In 2001, the art space of Xin Park moved to the current site of Zhongshan North Road again, and began to actively interact with the outside world and put forward a complete exhibition plan.

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8. 國立故宮博物院

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The National Palace Museum, located in Taipei, Taiwan, has a permanent collection of nearly 700,000 pieces of Chinese artifacts and artworks, making it one of the largest of its type in the world. The collection encompasses items spanning 8,000 years of Chinese history from the neolithic age to the modern period. Most of the collection are high quality pieces collected by Chinese emperors. The National Palace Museum shares its roots with the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City of Beijing, whose extensive collection of artwork and artifacts were built upon the imperial collections of the Ming and Qing dynasties.

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9. 臺北行旅廣場

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The Taipei Travel Square (English :) Formerly known as Jiaoliu Plaza, it is the green space on the northeast side of the road at Zhongxiao West Road, Zhongzheng District, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. 1.6 hectares were completed and opened on January 26, 2017 (the six -bus station of the Southern Plaza was opened on April 29 of the same year). The square is located next to Taipei Station in Cheshui Malong, so that round -trip passengers can find a neat and open green space next to the crowded stations; it also enables residents to have a secret place that can relax and relax in a noisy city.

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10. 台北西站B棟(舊國光客運台北西站)原址

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台北西站B棟(舊國光客運台北西站)原址 原上传者为中文维基百科霧隱虎 / GPL

Building B, Taipei West Railway Station, is located in the southwest corner of transportation No. 6, Taipei Station, Taipei Station, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. Completed on May 12th, transferred to Taiwan Automobile Passenger Transport Company in 1980, and transferred to China Light Passenger Transport in 2001. It was one of the main departments of the Taiwan Provincial Highway Bureau and the Taiwan Automobile Passenger Transport; at 5:00 on September 28, 2016, all routes were moved to Taipei Transit Station after completing the transportation task; demolition on November 1, 2016.

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11. 三井物產株式會社舊廈

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The old building of Mitsui Products Co., Ltd. is a city monument located in the business district in front of Taipei Station, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan. It is a work of Nomura Yiro. It was completed in 1922. It is the old building of Mitsui as the Taipei headquarters and the country. The headquarters of the military officer and soldier counseling committee, Taiwan Land Bank Taipei Branch, the High Prosecutor's Investigation Black Gold Action Center, and the special investigation team office. It is now owned by Taiwan Land Bank, which is idle.

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12. 康樂公園

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Recreation Park is the no. 15 park land of Taipei's large-scale metropolitan park planned before the war, and was originally a Japanese cemetery in Mitsuhashi Town during the Japanese era. Located in Zhongshan District, the area surrounded by Lane 21 of Section 1 East Nanjing Road, Lane 39 of Section 2 of Zhongshan North Road, and North Linsen Road (located in the west of Linsen Park). At present, the land is completely opened as a park, completed and opened in March 2002, also known as Zhongshan No. 15 Park, planned as a sensory experience park.

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13. 台北西站A棟(舊國光客運台北東站)原址

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Taipei West Railway Station Building A, located in the southeast corner of Traffic No. 6 land in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taipei Main Station, Taiwan, is one of the main highway long-distance passenger (highway) stations in Taipei, formerly known as Taipei East Railway Station, Taipei North Railway Station and Taipei Main Station of Expressway Passenger Transport. In line with taipei city government's West District Gateway plan, it will be discontinued on October 30, 2016 and will be demolished.

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14. 集義宮

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Located at No. 249, Kangding Road, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan, The Ship Jiyi Palace is a taoist temple that manages the human-style organization. The temple was founded in Meiji 33 (1900), because the temple is too narrow to use, so it was rebuilt in 1986, and then completed in 1992, the temple is now a two-story street house pavilion building. The lords of Zhu, Chi, and Li Sanfu Chitose have a spouse, the Third Lady mother, the twelve priests, and the second generals Xie Bian and Fan Wushou.

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15. 學務官僚遭難之碑

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Mr. Rokushi refers to the six Japanese elementary school teachers who were killed by anti-Japanese people near Zhishan Rock in Taipei City on January 1, 1896. This incident shocked all of Taiwan and even japan, not only caused the suspension of classes in the Shibayama Academy for three months, Japanese Prime Minister Ito Hirobumi personally proposed an inscription to mourn, but also in 1929 to build the Shibayama Shrine to worship the six teachers, and held a festival on February 1 every year.

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16. 國立臺灣博物館土銀展示館

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The old building of the advisory bank is an industrial building located in front of Taipei Station, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan. It was originally used by Japan's Persuasion Bank in 1932 and was used as the Taipei branch of the bank. After the war, Taiwan Land Bank was accepted and was located as the head office. It is used by the National Taiwan Museum as a branch, called the "National Taiwan Museum's Turkish Silver Exhibition Hall".

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17. 晉德宮

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Taipei JindeGong, also known as "Mengjia Shushun General Temple", is located in Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan, now a designated monument of the municipality, built in 1862 (the first year of the Qing Tongzhi Dynasty), donated by Mr. Zheng Bian (Jebsen Trading House), a famous building materials merchant in Mengjia, and built by local gentry with the surnames of "Hong, Wu, Huang and Li", and is also a local public temple in Ximending.

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18. 國軍歷史文物館

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國軍歷史文物館 Carpkazu / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Republic of China Armed Forces Museum is a museum located on Guiyang Street in the Zhongzheng District of Taipei, Taiwan. It was opened on October 31, 1961, under the administration of the Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Department of History and Translation Office. The Museum aims to show the ROC military heritage of different periods and to inform the public about the military. The museum encompasses 3 floors.

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19. 艋舺龍山寺

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Bangka Lungshan Temple is a Chinese folk religious temple in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The temple was built in Taipei in 1738 by settlers from Fujian during Qing rule in honor of Guanyin. It served as a place of worship and a gathering place for the Chinese settlers. In addition to its Buddhist elements, it includes halls and altars to Chinese deities such as Mazu and Guan Yu.

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20. 台北故事館

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Yuanshan don't zhuang (Taiwan:), is located in Taiwan Taipei mountain keelung river southeast, Taipei city art museum of tudor half wood structure, the tea merchants Chen built in 1913 to entertain VIP places, the post-war period for the legislative court, after the government purchase for art venues, historic sites, now in the name of the "Taipei story" literary capital activation.

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21. 陳悅記祖宅(老師府)

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Chen YueJi Ancestral Home, commonly known as Teacher's House, is located near Dalong Tong in Taipei City, Taiwan, and is now the local Chen Family Ancestral Temple. The ancestral temple was built in the early 19th century as a combination of two Fujian-style courtyard houses, built by Chen Xunyan. The "Chen Yue Ji" is not a personal name, but a public name of the Chen family tree.

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22. 三井物產株式會社舊倉庫

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Mitsui's old warehouse, also known as Taipei Memory Warehouse, was originally located in Zhongxiaoqiao Bridge, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan, was built by Mitsui in 1914 as the historical building. In 2015, the western gate planning area was moved to Jiaoba Square, leading to protests by cultural groups, and reorganized and restored in 2018.

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23. 二二八公園福德宮

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228 Park Ford Palace, located on the side of Taipei 228 Park, address No.109, Huaining Street, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, commonly known as the New Park Land Temple, the main worship Ford Zheng God (Land Gong), is a famous land temple located in the Boai Special Zone, is one of the most famous land temples in northern Taiwan.

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24. 中山長老教會

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The building of Zhongshan Christian Presbyterian Church was completed in 1937 as a Gothic Protestant church located in downtown Taipei. The church, which was originally the property of the state, was donated to the Presbyterian Church of Christ in Taiwan in 1972 and designated as a municipal monument on October 14, 1998.

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25. 臺北郵局

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Taipei Post Office or Taipei Beimen Post Office is a four-story building located close to Beimen in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The building is listed a historic site. It is the main post office of Chunghwa Post in Taipei, supervising all the postal businesses of the 143 branch offices in Taipei City.

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26. 撫臺街洋樓

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The Taipei Futai Street Mansion, also called Yamato-chō Mansion , is the only existing historical and commercial building in Taipei, Taiwan. It is located at Yanping South Road No.26, Zhongzheng District and lies in the Bo'ai Special Zone as well. This mansion is owned by the Ministry of National Defense.

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27. 林森公園

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Linsen Park, also known as Linden Kangle Park, and Zhongshan No. 14 Park. It is now the park, the park is located in Zhongshan District, Xinsheng North Road, No. 1 section of Nanjing East Road, and Xinsheng North Road 28, and the west side is adjacent to Linsen North Road and Kangle Park (No. 15 Park).

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28. 監察院廳舍

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The Office of Supervision House, formerly known as Taipei State House or Taipei State Hall, is a government building located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Republic of China, which served as the administrative center of Taipei Prefecture, and is currently registered as the national historic site.

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29. 華西街観光夜市

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華西街観光夜市 吉爾 from 臺北縣, 臺灣 / CC BY-SA 2.0

Snake Alley, also known as Huaxi Street Night Market or Huaxi Street Tourist Night Market is a market in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The market is located near the Bangka Lungshan Temple as well as other night markets located on Guangzhou Street, Wuzhou Street and Xichang Street.

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30. 圓山公園

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Yuanshan Park, located in Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, between the MRT Yuanshan Station and the Art Park. It was included in the exhibition area during the 2010 Taipei International Flower Expo. It is currently part of the Flower Expo Park.

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31. 臺灣省城隍廟

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The City God Temple of Taiwan Province is a city god temple located in Guangfuli, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, the main god is the city god, and the Taipei City God Temple is derived from the Taipei City God Temple.

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32. 袖珍博物館

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The Miniatures Museum of Taiwan is the first museum to collect miniatures in Asia. The museum was founded on March 28, 1997, by Mr Lin Wen-ren and his wife. It is located in Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan.

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