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We had a tour guide in visiting Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall coz we're not familair about how to get there. It's worth to witness the beautiful landscape of the hall. The garden was design so perfectly. The hall has four gates and it has a...More
This place was fantastic. Awesome temples and gardens. Was really captivating. Had a nice time just walking through taking pics. A must see in Taipei. Take a jacket if windy or overcast. Free admission was a bonus. An overall great experience.
I stumbled onto this. It’s hard to miss, really. I’m glad I found it. It’s informative, respectful, and well received. It’s something you need to see to help understand why Taiwan exists. I’m sure you know some of it, but here’s their heritage spelled out....More
Has increased my knowledge of the connection between Taiwan and China. Interesting photos and collections during the time of Chiang Kai Shek. Unfortunately wasn’t able to see the famous Jade cabbage because it was loan to some exhibition
Free to enter and close to the MRT, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall is well worth a visit to watch the hourly changing of the guard (daily from 9am to 5pm) and also enjoy views up high of the nearby Liberty Square and National Theatre. Below,...More
I brought the kids to the park as a place for them to run around like lunatics for an hour in the square between the National Theatre and National Concert Hall. Liberty Square, I think it's called.
We went up the steps of the Memorial...More
CKS Memorial has its own MRT station, so very convenient. Wide open space offers a refreshing change of scenery from the hustle and bustle of the rest of this busy city. Catch a bit of Taiwan history in the downstairs museum and changing of guards...More
If you are a traveler wanting to either refresh your knowledge, continue learning or simply a history lover, this place in Taipei deserves a visit. After all, it's for free & a walking distance from the train station. The place was huge & there are...More