Things to Do in Zhongshan District

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Things to Do in Zhongshan District

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  • Litapix
    Chatan-cho, Japan43 contributions
    Miniatures are impressive. I bought tiny souvenirs in the gift shop for coworkers. I was more impressed by the gift shop than anything else. Spent about an hour here. The landmark minis were my favorites.
    Written January 24, 2020
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  • Louis L
    Taipei, Taiwan9 contributions
    a historical heritage for war heroes. you can see MP exchange show at certain hours, a lot of tourists come for this.
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • CdnLovesTravel787
    Vancouver, Canada2,933 contributions
    Also known as Xingtian Temple, this is a famous temple on the corner of a major intersection, along Minquan Road. This temple is devoted to Guan Yu, patron saint of business people. Occupying over 7000 square meters, the temple was constructed in 1967 so despite how old it looks, it is a recent design. In an effort to reduce air pollution, this temple became the first to ban burning of incense.

    The side street next to the temple offers many affordable street foods, which is nice.

    There appear to be countless temples all over Taipei and this one is quite famous.

    The metro station for this area is by the name of the temple: Xingtian Temple Station, across the street from the temple.
    Written May 13, 2020
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  • jbushman2017
    Nipomo, CA440 contributions
    As parks go, this park is probably utilized the most by the locals as you can find lots of children’s outdoor equipment to play on, many statues or monuments and lots of practical recreational things. I thought it was interesting. The park, however, is the home of the Lin An Tai Historical House and Museum. The Lin An Tai House is a definite tourist destination so when you come to see it, hang out a bit and walk around the park.
    Written January 12, 2020
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  • HKeater
    Singapore, Singapore30,715 contributions
    Spread among three buildings offering a lot of shopping for day to day stuff and high end as well as touristy stuff.

    Some restuarants at lower and upper levels, but choices are a bit limited for the number of people who visit the area.
    Written January 2, 2018
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  • Bernard K
    121 contributions
    I went there for the ferris wheel as it is covered under the 3 day fun pass, but I still prefer the Singapore Flyer for various reasons.
    Written October 17, 2018
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  • Fady A
    3 contributions
    This was an amazing and authentic show. Honestly, we didn’t think it was going to be anything near what we have witnessed. The show is really entertaining for adults and kids alike. I highly recommend it.
    Written December 21, 2019
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,366 contributions
    The Museum has two exhibitions. One is by a female calligrapher. It is meaningless if you do not have a deep knowledge of Chinese calligaphy. To me, it looks like a series of blotches. The other display was from Western Australia; rather poor quality. Some things are of interest, such as rhe combination of Zen (or Chan) Buddhism and calligraphy. Otherwise, it was a couple of hours that could have been better spent..
    Written January 18, 2020
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,366 contributions
    The Lin An-tai House is in Binjiang Park, it is quite easy to find and worth the walk from Yuanshan MRT Station on the Red (Tamshui-Xinyi) Line. This house is one of the oldest traditional houses in the Taipei area. It has been beautifully restored and gives a good idea of an ideal farming family house from days gone by. The house has an auspicious layout and good fengshui. It's cool in summer and warm in winter. The house, which is some 200 years old, is built in Fujian style, with red bricks and terra cotta tiles. It's well worth a visit.
    Written April 10, 2021
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  • WLC
    Zhongshan District, Taipei53 contributions
    Good local food but for a night market, it is more expensive compare to other places. This is a only food market, vendors are changed every half day, therefore it is well known as a so-called 24H food market.
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • Hugh M
    Singapore, Singapore159 contributions
    On the corner of the Taipei expo park Maji Square is home to a range of restaurants and boutique stores that make it a great location for an evening meal, to meet with friends or to hang out on a wet day.
    Written December 27, 2019
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  • ranger8
    Orange County, CA38 contributions
    Don't forget about the underground shopping malls. While I enjoy walking around the city outside, it's nice and quieter downstairs. It's also cooler and less humid. There are a lot of store options to choose from for food, clothing, shoes, chachkies, etc. Very extensive and great way to walk through the city to the "other side" without being outside.
    Written June 18, 2018
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  • JMartin
    Taipei, Taiwan19 contributions
    I do not know whether the brewery has tours for visitors. If so, that would be a plus. But the reason I go to the brewery is to buy beer. It's a brewery. What other reason is a good one? This is a government-run enterprise, so do not be surprised that the interior decorator hired to doll up the store and the plaza out front was assigned the task by a boss in the accounting department. Gotta count those beans. Anyhow, I am a fan of Taiwan Beer, and have been for decades, since before the time the state monopoly dropped the monopoly part of the name and imports came flooding in. The brewery had to face competition from different styles of beer, and did pretty well. Now, in addition to the old standby (Taiwan Beer), another lager has joined the line up (Gold Medal Taiwan Beer). The Gold is ok, and stands up very well to the likes of Heineken and Peroni regular, but I still prefer "Classic" Taiwan Beer. This is a very nice beer. If you like Pabst, this is the beer for you when you visit the island. Yes, I am American.
    The plant also puts out a very popular draft beer named "18 Day Draft Beer" that is welcome everywhere and is really refreshing on a hot day. Taiwan has a lot of hot days, so being refreshed often is a good thing.
    People who like wheat beers will, I think, be happy with the Taiwan version. I don't know much about wheat beers, and to each his or her own, but this Taiwan product is sturdy and sweetish in a non-cloying way.
    Written February 16, 2020
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  • Anjo J
    22 contributions
    We saw a few foreigners but mostly filled by locals. Lot's of food choices. Taiwanese people will do their best to assist you even if they cannot speak English. You can try the beef noodles and barbeques :)
    Written March 4, 2019
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,366 contributions
    The Dajia Riverside Park is a venture by the Taipei City Government to restore the river bank between the Zhongshan Bridge and the Dazhi Bridge. It's a large metropolis-style park developed by the City Government, with free entry; it has splendid views of the City. One notable feature is the Miramar Ferris Wheel.
    Written August 13, 2021
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