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Taichung Park



Taichung Park is the oldest park in Taichung city. Built in the Japanese-ruling era and with a space of 10 acres, the park base at that time was the garden, named Ruixuan and actually donated by the Lin family in Wufeng, together with the old Beimen Building. Taichung Park features many pretty landscapes, such an artificial lake, pavilion, arch bridge, etc. There are also lots of recreational equipments, like outdoor stadium, playground, and tennis court. Some extraordinary European-style building and Houxing Pavilion were constructed in 1908 in celebration of the launch of the Taiwan Railway stretching from north to south in Taiwan. Houxing Pavilion has also been the symbol of Taichung City since the Japanese-ruling era and it’s hence officially declared as a city-designated historical site in 1999.
Taichung ParkTaichung Park


Taichung CityNorth Dist.No.37-1, Gongyuan Rd.

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  • Bus stop

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  1. 1 Terrible
  2. 9 Poor
  3. 38 Average
  4. 126 Very Good
  5. 173 Excellent

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  1. 7 Business
  2. 66 Couples
  3. 57 Solo travel
  4. 97 Family
  5. 78 Friends getaway
  • joetlai

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    A peaceful place for meditation

    5 2017-03

    The park is good for biking or running, very nature and relaxed. The route is approximately 10 miles long including the ocean-front park.
  • hankwang

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    Solo travel

    Scenic and relax place

    4 2016-12

    I borrowed the hotel bicycle to get me around the park. This park with many green and the place was beautiful and also quiet. This was quite a relax place for me to tour around. And I also met many...
  • Helmut M

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    first vacation with son

    5 2017-01

    very nice park, you can rent a bike and drive around,it is really good an a nice view. you must bring time with you to enjoy the park.
  • trixxa

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    Beautiful park

    4 2016-12

    This park invites you to walk or cycle (bikes can be rented at the main entrance) for hours. Lots of nice spots (e.g. for bird watching) benches to have a break etc. Good area to have a pleasant...
  • Ken I

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    Typhoon damaged, years to recover

    2 2016-12

    The typhoon in July, 2016 ravaged the park, stripping most of its trees of branches and leaves, with the area full of debris on my visit in December, 2016. I'm sure it was beautiful, with its ponds...

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