- Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 98, Yanping S. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Services & Facilities
- Venue rental
G Songshan-Xindian Line Ximen
R Tamsui-Xinyi Line NTU Hospital
G Songshan-Xindian Line Beimen
R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Taipei Main Station
G Songshan-Xindian Line Xiaonanmen
Impresssive hall worth a look"Zhongshan" refers to Sun Yatsen, founder of modern China. The hall has been declared an historic monument. It is used for civic functions. It is located in Taipei's inner city area. It is worth a look, but I have never been inside, it doesn't appear to be open for visitors often. Dr Sun, as he is known, is honored a stateman.
Large hall, not much funZhongshan was the soubriquet of Sun Yatsen, founder of modern China. The hall was once called he Taipei City Public Auditorium. It is in the Ximending neighbourhood of the Zhongzheng District. By the way, it was declared an historic site in 1992 but unless you have an interest in Chinese history, there is not much to see.
Displays only in ChineseThere’s a lot of potential to make this a major tourist site. However, all of the posters that are on the view are in Chinese.
A hidden secret of TaipeiThis is not a popular destination for common visitors nor for local people. Built during the ruling period of Japanese and the building is well maintained and operates fine performances - Google the show schedule. A very lovely tea house on the 3rd floor and Le Prominoir Coffee on the 4th floor - perfect for travelers with a relaxed schedule!
Historically important but can be skippedBuilding was constructed in 1936 for the coronation of Emperor Hirohito. Later ti was where the Japanese signed the surrender documents in 1945. Then Chiang Kai-shek made public speeches from the terrace. The work called "Water Buffalo" - claimed to be local masterpiece - is presented inside the building. For me - not worth the extra excursion, but if you're around few minutes ahould be enough.
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