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It was kind of a big memorial place to visit established for their leaders. Nice view of the gardens and memorial halls. especially at the hall were the great leader was sitting on a big chair, the statue is so big and guarded with soldiers....More
Sun Yat-sen might have tipped over the first domino to establish the Republic of China, but it was his former Chief of Staff, Chiang Kai-shek who carried the load the longest. Considering he was the leader of the Republic of China for 48 years, 46...More
We were on a business trip and decided to go to Chiang Kai-Shek to see the changing of the guards. It was a wet and windy day, and still very warm. This is well worth viewing! The changing of the guards takes about 10 minutes,...More
Visiting Taipei without visiting Chiangmai KS memorial is not a visit at all . The whole place exudes grandeur . The surrounding Chinese buildings. The statue itself . We Had the opportunity to attend the change of guards , so perfect marching! Very interesting ....More
The area is beautiful with all buildings and the gate. Well-maintained and well-located in the city center, very easy to reach there through MRT. Only one thing is there was a huge stage for some kind of music performance in the middle and we couldn't...More
My second time visiting, first with my family. In general, you can't go wrong with Taiwanese hospitality. The staff are generally very friendly and eager to help. This museum is a great place to learn about the founding history of modern Taiwan. We managed to...More
This is one of the interesting palace you would like to visit while in Taipei. It has huge statue of late Mr Chiang Kai Shek and if you are lucky enough, you could watch the changing guard ceremony in front of the palace.
A broad space perfect for strolling :) The place is magnificent. A lot of people may swarm the area, as it is one of the famous tourist spots in Taipei, but with its vast space, you won't even notice the crowd. An ideal place for...More