Enjoyed sitting and watching all the different ages spending time here. Wish we had some more time to have a good look around.
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The complex composes of the National Theatre and the National Concert Hall. Both buildings themselves are good photo spots for their beautiful architecture. The interior is also nicely decorated. The theatre and the concert hall are of world class standard in terms of lighting and...More
I have been to the National theatre several times over the years for concerts, piano recitals, operas and other theatrical events. There is something very "Grand" about the National Theatre and it's a great place to listen to classical type concerts. It's a beautiful theatre...More
The National Theater and NationalConcert Hall are almost identical buildings in Liberty Park , the same park where Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall is located. The buildings are huge and are well worth taking a look at while you are in the area.
Located in the Freedom Square, opposite to the National Concert Hall, the National Theatre is an awesome scene itself. Built in an ancient Chinese style like that of a palace, it attracts lots of photo snaps. The porches around it offer great space to enjoy...More
This was a very odd experience for me. Like all museums out here, you have to just figure things out by accident. There are more tributes to Dr Sun Yat-sen. The entrance promises an interesting experience but as you walk past you discover it is...More
A real challenge for keeping awake at the midnight with cozy music. Although there is Cosimoz to inspire everyone, most people choose to lay out on 4F for couch music instead. 帶小孩的家庭...將是一個很大的挑戰！ 因為要有「扛回家」的心裡準備 如果館內標示能再清楚些⋯⋯ 會對帶有小小孩或長者的觀眾更友善
The National theater is a massive temple-like building near the CKS memorial hall. The building was not accessible to the public due to renovations, so we could only admire its beautiful architecture from outside.
One of the most incredible concert halls around the world is the National Theatre (at its twin the National Concert Hall) at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial located on Liberty Square, Taipei. It is the premier performing arts venue in Taiwan and one of the first...More