Botanical Garden is worth visiting and will only take 20 minutes of your time. Various plants are being preserved and it is near to National Museum.
Ok, maybe im spoilt for choice in aus, but these botanical gardens were actually a bit of a let down, you couldnt enter any of the green houses to look at say cacti, the gardens were overrun with grass and weeds and the whole place had a bit of a, not very well maintained feel to it. If you like... More
Go there in combination with the History Museum/ Longshan/ Ximen Area - perfectly pleasant and with some interesting plants but certainly not worth the trip in itself. Nice early in the morning.
I think it will be nice to visit there in summer when water lilly are blooming. Some people were bird watching at the park.
I work at a botanical gardens in the United States. This place was on my list of must see sites. Since I do not speak Mandarin, it was a pleasant surprise to see the genus and species name also listed in English. Most plants had signs identifying them. The tamarind tree was quite unique. The park is a sanctuary within... More
It was a winter visit to Taipei Botanical Gardens and even though there were few flowers in bloom, the still green gardens were still beautiful. There are areas for various types of ferns, cacti, bamboo, and other plants. There are ponds, nice walkways and if you like to bird watch, this is the place to come. In fact there were... More
It was refreshing to be surrounded by greenery as opposed to the concrete jungle of Taipei. It's not the most amazing botanical garden I've been to, but it is a nice spot to relax and wander around. I had a great time bird watching--lots of interesting water fowl by the lotus pond. A good spot to bring family to for... More
One garden highlights plants that appeared in a classic poem. Birds sing. Turtles meander. An inviting little pavilion overlooks the lily pond. .A group of schoolchildren noisily pose for a picture, then then are shepherded onward by their teachers as a gentle rain begins to fall. We sit in the pavilion and play cards on a stone table while waiting... More
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