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One of my favourite parks in Taipei and a respite from the busy city roads - from the gorgeous lake pagoda to the reiki stone area, this is a truly peaceful park. On the day we visited, we also saw a lady walking her cat...More
This peaceful park commemorates the 2-28 Incident, where the local Taiwanese rose up against the mainland Chinese-dominated Kuomintang (KMT) government. It was on Feb. 28, 1947, hence the name. It may have been a lifetime ago, but the wound goes deep. It continues to poison...More
228 Peace Park is to commemorate the February 28th violence (and leading to riot). There was a Massacre Monument erected in the park to remember the innocent people sacrificed in the event. Small park with a museum in it.
We had a short but lovely...More
This is a very large park with many sites to enjoy. The pagodas are very nice and seeing squirrels run around the park made our visit even more special. The park also has a couple of train stations, which makes it an ideal stopover while...More
Pleasantly surprised to stumble upon this park. It's very peaceful, the pagodas, pavilions and the monument are very aesthetically erected. Just located behind Taiwan National Museum. I would definitely come by if I visit this museum
This park was located opposite our hotel so we passed through many times. It is quite pleasant in terms of layout with beautiful trees, ornamental stone gateways and a duck pond. The style is traditional Chinese style but there is also a large Western-style building...More
It is a very nice and quiet park in the middle of a busy city. It is very close to the Presidential Office Building so if one is a bit tired after a busy day of sight-seeing, it's a great place to chill off and...More
The park is very near to the NTU Hospital station, which is less than 10 mins walk from our hotel.
We visited the park in one of the mornings. Many locals and students visiting the park, learning their history.
I was lucky enough go for a run here on sundays when all the locals come out and exercise. martial arts, tai chi, walk barefoot and balance on the smooth stone pathway (hurt my feet). Lots of water features and just a cool place to...More