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C.K.S. Shilin Residence Park

No.60 Fulin Rd., Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2881 2512
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No.60 Fulin Rd., Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2881 2512
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Reviewed August 18, 2017

This large garden and house was previously the residence of the founder of modern Taiwan, Chiang Kai Shek and his wife. To the right as you walk through the main gate is an open garage with Madame Chiang's black Cadillac, as bright and shiney as...More

Thank David B
Reviewed June 28, 2017

This place is mostly worth visiting for the gardens. The residence itself is rather small, and only has a few rooms that can be toured in 10 minutes. I really thought there would be more. I was disappointed they do not allow pictures inside the...More

Thank RealTravelman
Reviewed June 26, 2017

For tour groups who have not much days to spare, you may skip this entirely. But if you love gardens then go. As for the residence itself, you may only see it from the gates, as no one is allowed to enter.

Thank Nylene Anne S
Reviewed June 20, 2017

This park or more accurately, garden, is a great example of Chinese horticulture and landscape. While crowds can be a problem, it is worth the wait

Thank Brian B
Reviewed May 26, 2017 via mobile

You can tour the garden for free but if you want to go inside the house where Chiang Kai Shek lived it'll cost you 100 but it's worth it

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Reviewed April 29, 2017

Known for its rose garden there are other areas to visit. There is a chinese and japanese garden, a large pond and a conservatory that has lovely plants but also bright, very fake animals hidden among the foliage. On one garden trail there are very...More

Thank Carolynt23
Reviewed April 25, 2017

This a big park with different attractions from the actual residence(with a separate entrance fee), flower gardens, temples and some fountains. A lot of locals goes to this place so it tends to be crowded most of the time.

Thank Diego D
Reviewed April 12, 2017 via mobile

Nice, pretty, well maintained park/garden from former residence of late Republic of China President Chiang Kai-shek. But not a must to see. I just passed from Shilin metro station on my way walking to National palace museum (normally it would be advised to take the...More

Thank Michelle Y
Reviewed April 6, 2017

Not much interested as expected. A bit boring unless you are really interested in the Taiwan history. The garden is not well organized well planted enough.

Thank cora3181
Reviewed March 15, 2017 via mobile

If you love good entertainment & great food, this is the place to visit. For a few more laughs, don't forget to visit the animals. Bert the cow, has a hidden talent, but she doesn't mind showing people. Clover; the Pot bellied pig is cute...More

Thank Wendy P
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