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Xinsheng Park 新生公園

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The nearly 20-hectare Xinsheng Park was completed in 1978 where the Taipei Xinsheng Elevated Road, Minzu E. Rd., Songjiang Rd. and Binjiang St. meet. The second largest of its kind in Taipei City, Xinsheng Park boasts an impressive array of facilities perfect for recreation and sports, which include an indoor pool, a baseball field, a basketball court and the environmentalist Garden Maze. Adding a touch of culture to the park are nine varying sized sculptures, namely the “Times of Ease,” “Peace on Earth,” “A Flock of Cranes,” “Hope,” “Prosperity,” “Love & Peace,” “Dad’s Message,” “Where the Spring Goes” and “Unity.”

Xinsheng Park, which was one of four exhibit areas of the 2010Taipei International Flora Expo, covers the neighboring Lin An-tai Historical House & Museum, as well as the Flora Tunnel (Bamboo Veranda) made of floral blossoms, vegetations and shrubs of bamboo that links the Dajia Riverside Park Area. In addition to gardening highlights in the “Dream” and “Tea” sections that make references to the Xinsheng Park and Lin An-tai Historical House & Museum, respectively, other must-visits in the area are the Palace of Flora Teas, which is a traditional Chinese-style, four-walled courtyard; the Pavilion of Regimen housed in the park’s existing structure of “Little White House”; the Pavilion of Dreams that differentiates itself from the other Flora Expo pavilions with state-of-the-art, interactive digital technologies originated in Taiwan; the Pavilion of Angel Life emphasizes the importance of an arts-infused lifestyle; the Pavilion of Future illustrates the harmonious ties between mankind and the ecological environment they share with plant life. The Pavilions of Dreams, Angel Life and Future have received candidacy for the diamond degree of the Taiwanese EEWH Green Building.

After the closing of the Flora Expo, the Palace of Flora Teas and the Pavilions of Regimen, Angel Life and Future were renovated and reopened along with a part of the lawn and outdoor space. A three-pavilion pass is now available at a charge for visitors to enjoy the Pavilion of Dream, the most popular facility during the Flora Expo period, as well as the Pavilion of Future and the Taipei Pavilion (from Expo 2010 Shanghai), for just NT$150.


Outing Locations Family Activities
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Yuanshan Park Management Division
Phone Number
No. 105, Sec. 3, Xinsheng N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Sunday open 24 hours
Monday open 24 hours
Tuesday open 24 hours
Wednesday open 24 hours
Thursday open 24 hours
Friday open 24 hours
Saturday open 24 hours

Services & Facilities

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Nearby MRT

O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Zhongshan Elementary School

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  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Having a relaxing time in Taipei


    Xinsheng Park was created in 1978, it is one of the biggest parks of its kind in Taipei City -- it's around 20 ha (around 50 acres). It was a major destination for the Taipei International Floral Expo in 2010. Some of the pavilions are still in use. The roses can be relied on to flower in spring; the floral maze is interesting. The historic Li An-tai residence is close by. There are several recreational facilities in the garden, including a basketball court. The Park has a number of interesting statues. Xinsheng Park is a bit out of the way, best means of getting there is to get off at the Yuan Shan MRT Station, it's around a 20-minute walk.
  • cjmavis


    Traveler type:

    Con amigos

    Rose garden


    XinSheng Park is part of the YuanShan flower Park in Taipei City. Take MRT to YuanShan station, about 20mins on foot. Recently there’s the Rose garden exhibition here, you can see lots of different kinds of rose. Some of them are pretty rare. Good place to go on a half day trip.
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Large park with some lovely features


    Xinsheng Park has several rose gardens, which are beginning to bud now that the coldest part of winter is receding. There's also a 'help yourself' botanic garden. The garden also has a number of pavilions, none of which were open when I visited. Animals, including dogs, are supposedly prohibited but several owners let their pooches off the leash for a run around. The garden seems to be devoted to peace and love. This is a rather underdeveloped part of Taipei, not least because it is under the flight-path for Sungshan Airport. By the way, the Floral Tunnel is nearby, it's already starting to bloom.
  • Dr_Bingcarlos

    Quezon City, Filipinas

    A very relaxing place.


    Dropped by this park after attending Sunday mass at nearby St. Christopher's Church. Enjoyed oging around the park looking at the Maze, rose gardens, well-sculptured landscape, Angel Pavilion, etc. It is just a wonderful space where one can relax. We brought some snacks and had a picnic!
  • shade k

    Zhongshan District, Taipéi

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Angel Life Pavilion


    Hello, I am an English local guide in Xinsheng Park exactly in Angel Life Pavilion If you want to taste some new dishes with original flavor, or to have an afternoon tea with an amazing view of our garden and good ambiance . do not hesitate to come and visit us. Angel Life Pavillion is Located in Binjiang Street, Zhongshan District exactly in the center of Xinsheng Park

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