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This university is a very good place to study Mandarin, but not to visit. If you are a tourist, don't waste your time here. If you want to visit a university, visit Wenhua University: the Chinese Culture University, on Yangming Shan.
The NTU campus is beautiful, even though we walked around it in the rain. The best part was visiting the Zoology Museum. The Zoology museum is not very large at all. However, the curator (who looked like a university student) was incredibly hospitable. She spoke...More
The campus is multi-functioned with the buildings for classes, parks, sports field, libraries, foot court, gyms, pool, etc. It's nice for study there and live on campus. For people just go visit, it's also very nice for a stroll in a green area in the...More
This the top-ranked university in Taiwan. There are a lot of outstanding alumni, including Nobel Prize winners and four presidents of Taiwan. My dad studied here, so I visited here. It has a gorgeous campus, a lot of tropical trees, beautiful lakes, and old, red-brick,...More
The kids really enjoyed the green spaces where you could see the fields growing different types of vegetation, rice, veggies, banana trees,etc. There was also a beautiful pond with tons of turtles, fish, and water fowl. It was a quite beautiful campus and nice stroll...More
What beautiful grounds in the middle of Taipei! If you go there you must go to the icecream shop which sells the best peanut iceblocks you will ever have. The waffle shop is great too. There are a few food courts with great selection for...More
National Taiwan University (NTU) has been around since the Japanese colonial era (1895-1945). It is Taiwan's top university, universally known as "Tai Da." The buildings date from the Japanese era and are quite picturesque. The grounds are quite charming. If you enter into Tai Da...More