Nice spacious place to chill and also do some photography. Best time to come is in the late afternoon and early evening
This place is bigger than you think
Sunday flee market
It is worth a short trip but I prefer nature which is so easy to get to when you are in Taipei!
It is really an amazing and impressive place. The guard shift is good to see.
Really love this piece of architecture, much better than Sun Yat-sen's Memorial Hall. Don't forget to watch the hourly changing of Royal Guards, though expect some Chinese crowds.
When entering the hall take a right and stand by the fan to cool down :)
Changing of the guards on top of the hour
Landmark of Taipei. It used to be the military base during the Japanese period
Tourist hotspot. Besides the main attraction, it is surrounded by mini parks with small ponds of fish. Good place to walk I guess.
Great place for photos and don't forget to check the guard change schedule.
Awesome! Free museum to learn all about Taiwan. Beautiful building and grounds. Make sure to watch the changing of the guard that happens each hour.
Beautiful place. Walk around outside in the trees and flowers. Go inside and learn about CKS. Also home to the Theater, a bookstore, some food options.
Impressive monument walk the whole park, pity not so much shade
XINYI: Sys memorial hall mrt - lanes 240 - 280 for good stands
Beautiful structure, you can also catch the changing of the guards inside
A lovely place for outdoor photography. Check the ponds by the northern and southern gates if you are into feeding fish and ducks.
The history museum was interesting. The view from the highest point is worth all the steps.
Changing of the guard is every hour on the hour in the main hall. Worth timing your visit to see this
The guard change, which happens every full hour, is definitely worth catching.
Stunning memorial surrounded by a beautiful park. Even on a busy day this is a wonderful place to go to.
Massive. Touristy. But still a must visit. Marvel at it all. Take a 360-degree panoramic photo while you're at it.
The fourth floor outside enter enter entrance is under construction so you'll need to enter from the first floor.
Go to the information desk and ask for a WIFI Password
Come weekend mornings to see it bustling with locals doing various activities. Come weekdays for a quieter experience.
The scale of this complex is breathtaking. A must-visit. Climb up the memorial building for a great view.
just take alook
Great! I love this place
Cannot view the change of guard as they are renovating the outwall of building.
Very impressive. If you go at the right time, you can watch the ritual of the sentries switching post at the memorial.
An absolute place to visit to understand more about Taiwan and their efforts toward democracy. The top floor with statue and terras looking down the city will be impressive.
Don't miss Changing of the Guards inside the Memorial Hall
Huge plaza with concert and theatre hall on each side. On the end it's memorial site. Very beautiful structures. Inside memorial hall there is a change of guards every full hour.
Come here for sunrise or sunset to contemplate the flag ceremony..
This is the memorial of former president Tchang Kaï-Chek. Don't miss the guard change every hour. And feed the fish ;)
A must see while in Taipei! Feeling lucky to be able to return here!
Worth seeing for its scope, but not much else besides the bronze statue of Kai-Shek. The weekends will have you people watching. That's when the area really comes to life.
It's kind of a must-go for tourists, but not really that spectacular to be honest. (btw., read Travel in Taiwan magazine to learn more about Taiwan)
Changing of the Guards every hour. Beware of tourists from mainland China - not to be disrespectful - as a matter of fact, they're pretty rude and quite noisy.
Must see especially for art, history and culture buffs.
try Cafe Ballet's crunchy latte!
Take time to stroll by the ponds and gardens. Get a good spot 15 minutes before the hour to watch the changing of the guard. – Green Guide Editor
This place is so grand. I was in awe for 30 minutes. Changing of the guards every hour and a special one at 5pm including the lowering of the flag
The monument of late President Chiang Kai-Shek
An impressive building for one impressive person.
Must visit place when u r in Taipei, Taiwan..
Crowded with freakin loud Chinese. Makes me puke.