Songshan Cultural and Creative Park

Songshan Cultural and Creative Park

Songshan Cultural and Creative Park
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Talitha M
Arnhem, The Netherlands1,951 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
Lots of designer shops, expensive. Also saw a few workshops, leather bag making, flass blowing, etc. Nice to walk around. There's a giant bookstore as well kf you're looking for a new book to read!
Written February 10, 2020
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Howard
25 contributions
May 2023 • Friends
Urban escapism just a 10-minute walk from Taipei’s central business district (Taipei City Hall). Enjoy a breeze while sitting by the park’s ecological pond before you explore Taiwan’s art & craft scene at Eslite Spectrum Songyan which, apart from eclectic shopping well-geared towards tourists, offers an international art film cinema at basement level, along with a small art gallery. Heading back outdoors, don’t skip the park’s Baroque Garden, which is the central courtyard of the old Japanese tobacco factory. You can easily spend a romantic hour by the fountain, ice cream in hand. Here you’ll have an enchanted view of the newest skyscrapers Taipei has to offer. See if you can discern a Norman Foster building from this vantage point.
Written May 26, 2023
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William C
Singapore, Singapore26 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
The 2nd floor of the mall in this park offers several DIY creative/art-related workshops (e.g. glass blowing, jewellery making, leather-pouch making, calligraphy, painting etc). We booked a glass-blowing workshop (30 min each) and absolutely loved it!! Imagine sculpting glass with a furnace of more than 1000 ℃ within an air-conditioned shopping mall. It's interesting how glass looks like plasticine after being heated in such high temperature and can be sculpted into all kinds of shapes. Best to book in advance. The end product would need time to be cooled and can only be collected on the next day.

We also enjoyed the rest of the mall and the park tremendously. The entire area has a great creative vibe and definitely a must-visit for art/craft lovers.
Written January 5, 2017
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nala
Los Angeles, CA19 contributions
Dec 2019 • Solo
Highly recommend!! Great unique shops, interesting things happening.. Beautiful scenery.
I walked here from a restaurant in da’an which took about 30 mins. They have performance art here as well as a seasonal exhibition.
Written December 15, 2019
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Cam is Ace
Sutton Courtenay, UK151 contributions
Nov 2019 • Business
Wonderful place to wander, be inspired and find a spot to read, think, work or be creative.
I found a great bookshop / cafe which provided the ideal workplace for the morning (but be aware many places are closed on Wednesday)
Written November 23, 2019
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Places with people
Singapore, Singapore343 contributions
Sep 2019 • Solo
The Songshan Cultural and creative park is a place to get fresh inspirations and break the regular mundane city life. It offers unique ideas, quirky designs and gives a sense of hope for the future.

A converted tobacco factory now houses several aspiring designers’ works and artists’ impressions. There was also an ongoing event when I was there on sustainable environmental products.

Besides the galleries, and the chic Songyan cafe that serve very light cheesecake, the area also houses rich greenery and even urban farming. May this place continues to provide many more inspirations to others in formulating innovative and insightful ideas!
Written September 9, 2019
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Sylvia Lai
Sunnyvale, CA192 contributions
Apr 2019
Just a remodeled warehouse that sells overpriced (by Asian standard) handmade goods. There are some well-maintained parks within the area, with plenty of green space for kids to roam around. Probably only worth visiting if you are there for Eslite Lifestyle Store and Chun Shui Tang (the pioneer and "inventor" of Boba tea).
Written April 30, 2019
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Merle G
Honolulu, HI26 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
The setting is a beautiful, serene garden around a large pond. The old refurbished buildings are charming, especially the one around a courtyard. Shopping the artisans' work made for a different shopping experience - - getting to chat with the artists and able to purchase original design. Charming ! And, don't miss the gorgeous cafe on the premises !
Written November 20, 2017
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Agathe V
Sam Roi Yot, Thailand24 contributions
Apr 2017 • Couples
its right next to the Eslite hotel. We went there during a design show but even without any exhibition, this place is definitely a must see. Use to be some kind of factory and the building are well renovated. Great coffee in the back next to the Taiwan Design Museum.
Written April 28, 2017
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traveller
Singapore, Singapore175 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
Right in the middle of Taipei is an old Tobacco factory now converted to external space for pop up coffee shops, events and installations and indoor museums, coworking spaces and galleries. It’s somewhere to go for unexpected ever changing entertainment and inspiration.
Written December 28, 2019
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