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The size and stature of this building is incredible - this building is a credit to Taiwan. Visited as part of a city tour (group of 10). Our guide concentrated on the jade and bronze areas of the museum so we did not get to...More
If you are keen in museum or Chinese culture, this is a must-go. You may take Bus 304 outside QSquare if you are around Taipei Main Station, or you can take to Shilin MRT and take bus 815 or R30.
The exhibits are well categorised...More
Everywhere in Taipei (at least tourist areas) can be traveled without speaking a word of Mandarin. There are signs in English everywhere and people are very friendly. The admission ticket to National Palace Museum is NT$350/person (about USD $11.70 approx). You have to purchase the...More
I liked very much the jade exposition. Generally, the museum shows a great overview of chinese history of art, porcelaine, jade, calligraphy, books etc...
The only negative is, that the way of presenting is a bit old fashion...
Be prepared to spend approximately 3 to 5 hours (inclusive of lunch break - excellent local Taiwanese foods which is located beside the museum) tour around the museum. One of the best and finest museum in the world for artifacts and collections of Chinese history....More
We visited on a Sunday and were surprised on how few people were visiting. The Museum is difficult at times to navigate and understand. They do have tours and highly recommend a English speaking guide to enjoy. The outdoor gardens were my favorite for an...More
I took advantage of the morning free English tour, which was excellent, only one other person in the group. It lasted 90 minutes.The collections have very good english signs. the air conditioning is excellent.We had a refreshing bubble iced latte at the 1st floor cafe...More
There is a lot to see, including a very nice collection of handsome royal cars from the early days. Each floor has a set of ink stamps that kids can use to create their own souvenir memento booklet, which was a nice touch to keep...More