Shihsanhang Museum

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Shihsanhang Museum
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The area
Neighborhood: Tamsui / Bali District
The enchanting Tamsui Old Street boasts the most beautiful Fisherman’s Wharf sunset of Taiwan. There are also well-complimented delectable snacks such as Ah Gei (bean curd) and fish ball, etc. On Bali left bank, there is the Ferry Old Street and Wazihwei Nature Reserve. It is relaxing and comfortable whether by strolling or cruising through on a bike. Besides the bustling business district, Tamsui is also full of an old vintage flavor. From western architectural relics to residences dating back to Japanese rule, each with their respective features and great stories to tell. If you visit Tamsui in spring, the magnificent cherry blossoms of Tianyuan Palace are a must see. If you wish for further intimacy with nature, why not camp out for the night under the starry sky. The Bali culture park camping site offers round, transparent bubble tents. Experience the close, seamless connection to surrounding nature from within for an unforgettable memory.

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schmidtmg
Switzerland942 contributions
interesting useum, but visit with children
Dec 2018 • Solo
this is an interesting little museum, with interesting architecture, a little out of the way in Bali on the other side of the Tamsui river. It's quite a long walk (give 40-45 minutes) if you take the ferry from Tamsui to Bali. The museum gives an interesting introduction to Taiwan's and Taipei's archaeological history, but it seems to be designed primarily for kids and adolescents. I visited on a very rainy day and was all on my own until ten busloads of school children and their teachers descended on the museum ......
Written January 17, 2019
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Michael C
Bangkok94 contributions
Nice intro to Taiwan
Apr 2017 • Solo
Although it's not really huge, it is certainly very informative. Love all the displays, and how they were presented. Especially intriguing was the "anthropomorphic vase", which has perhaps become the "iconic symbol" of the Museum
Written April 9, 2017
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PlumRain
Taipei, Taiwan28 contributions
Enjoy the View
Sep 2015 • Couples
The museum is geared to giving tours and lessons to school children so this would be a good place for families with children aged about 8 to 14. Excavation artifacts, pottery, jewelry and coins are clearly marked. Displays are described in both Chinese and English; an audio guide 'map and 'pen' provide the same information in 5 languages. The video in the theatre was in Chinese. There were no DIY projects when we toured. The snack room has drinks, fruit ice bars, and small fish or vegetable pizzas. The gift shop has mostly trinkets. Be sure to climb the outdoor theatre stairs and take in the ocean view. Best for those who have a high interest in the museum's theme and are spending time in the immediate area.
Written September 16, 2015
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