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This place is under construction when I visited last November and that time it was raining. Good place to go when you are first time here. You can take photos and sit and relax. Nice place to meet friends to hang around in Taipei.
This entire complex is stunning and should be visited. this hall commemorates Chaing Kai-shek and his role as a leader in the chinese communist party. Still not sure why the taiwanese built this memorial to him if you get the point of current politics.
A blue tower celebrating chiang kai shek built in 1976. The 89 steps leading up to his statue signifies his age. The sitting statue is not unlike the lincoln memorial in washington dc. Tourists come here to watch the mounting of the guard as well...More
This memorial hall commemorates Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, who lost mainland China to the Communists then led his forcers to Taiwan, where the economy flourished. Chiang was a strongman rather than a dictator. This 70 meter tall (230 feet) structure is built in Chinese style, with...More
When we visited, it was being renovated. The place was clean. There is a changing of the guards but i missed it. There are showrooms on the side of the hall to see the history of this site.
This attraction is free
Just 2 guards one at each end, the changing takes place every hour on the hour between 9am and 5pm, it closed at 6pm. The building is amazing remember to look up at the Ceiling. There are 89 steps that lead you to the main...More
The hall is set in walled beautiful grounds, four entrances on each side. Care needed to ensue exiting by correct side if you are being picked up. We lost one tourist on our trip that way. The interior is informative and interesting, part of relatively...More