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CKS Memorial Hall was erected in memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China It is situated in Zhongzheng District in spacious grounds where you can relax, stake stock and stroll round the pond and gardens. The Hall itself is impressive...More
I don’t know anything about Chiang Kai-Shek but was immediately impressed by the grandness of the place. The two Temples on the left and right side of the main memorial hall was so big and so intricately made. The whole area was so big that...More
We went here not expecting much but was pleasantly surprised. We unexpectedly made it right around the guard changing and it was nice to watch. There was also an English speaking volunteer that we got to ask some historical questions and she was awesome. She...More
The monument itself is impressive and reminded me of the Lincoln memorial in DC. But you go there for the changing of the guard, every hour until 17:00. It's about 10-minutes long, but if you like military drills and looking for a nice show (for...More
This is a must-see for anyone visiting Taiwan for the first time. The grounds are spectacular, and the hall itself is breathtaking. We managed to catch the tail-end of the changing of the guards and that in itself is quite a show. The hall also...More
This landmark is situated in very large grounds which in themselves are a nice place to visit. Catching the changing of the guards adds to the sense of occasion and importance that this memorial hall has in the young history of modern Taiwan.
The area itself stays open but the exhibit hall and changing of the guards won't. It turned out not to be a bad day actually (slight overcast, minimal rain, some wind) so you might not know a typhoon warning has even been issued.
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Day 1: Chiang Kai-shek or CKS Memorial and museums, Liberty (Freedom Square), National Palace Museum, Longshan Temple, Ximending night market / Day 2: Taipei Zoo, Taipei 101, Din Tai Fung restaurant, Bopiliao Old Street... More
Day 1: Chiang Kai-shek or CKS Memorial and museums, Liberty (Freedom Square), National Palace Museum, Longshan Temple, Ximending night market / Day 2: Taipei Zoo, Taipei 101, Din Tai Fung restaurant, Bopiliao Old Street, Roehe St. Night Market // Day 3: join a day tour to Shifen, Jiufen and Yehliu geopark, then go to Shilin night market.