• Xingda Kangqiao

    Taiwan, Taichung City, Dali District, Huanhe Road, 與爽文路口興大康橋 .

    Xingda Kangqiao is located on the dry stream behind Chung Hsing University. It was built by the Kangqiao Project planned by the Water Conservancy Department of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Flood detention parks, bicycle lanes, rest platforms, activity squares, artificial wetlands, landscape bridges and other recreational spaces are planned here, and the concepts of natural ecology, energy saving and carbon reduction, and community participation are integrated to create a multi-functional and high-quality environment around the water area and improve the efficiency of regional drainage. Beauty and vitality.

  • National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

    Taiwan, Taichung City, West District, Section 1st, Wuquan West Road, 台灣美術館 .

    The Taiwan Museum of Art, which opened in 1988, has a total of 24 exhibition halls. The museum regularly holds exhibitions of Western art, Chinese brush paintings, and sculpture, and has its own collection of valuable pieces of art. Residents can relax in the garden outside the museum.

  • Gaomei Wetland

    Taiwan, Taichung City, Qingshui District, Meidi Street, 高美濕地遊客中心 .

    Gaomei Wetland located on the south of the mouth of Dajia River is a land mixed with both sand and soil textures and comes in 1,500 acres. That explains why it has complicated yet rich wetland ecology and possesses the largest group of Bolboschoenus planieulmis in Taiwan. Due to diverse geographical features, the species of its ecology is quite abundant. Every year around fall and winter, large flocks of migrating birds would come here for either short or long stay over the winter, serving as the best spot for bird-watching.

  • Yizhong Street, Night Market_ Yizhong Shopping District

    Taiwan, Taichung City, North District, 一中街 .

    It is located near Chungyo Department Store and linked with Sanmin Shopping District. National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taichung First Senior High School, and National Taiwan University of Sport are not far away from it. There are huge number of student population, street vendors, and eating and drinking places here. You can see all sorts of information related to fashion everywhere, and they are all at your fingertips. It is always crowded with people on holidays and is very lively!
    Yucai Street is full of street vendors, and most of the clothing shops are in the small lanes. All fashionable and progressive gadgets will appear here first. If you are a follower of fashion, you must not miss Yizhong Night Market.
    Although Taichung Yizhong Street Shopping District is not as old as Feng Chia Night Market, there are several historical old shops that have been established for more than 20 years, including well-known Yizhong Fengren Ice, Shanhoyan Braised Snacks, and Yizhong HOT-STAR Large Fried Chicke.

  • Miyahara

    Taiwan, Taichung City, Central District, Zhongshan Road, 宮原眼科 .

    Situated nearby Taichung Train Station on the bank of Luchuan, Miyahara is a red-brick architecture built by Miyahara Takeo, a Japanese ophthalmology doctor in 1927. It was the largest ophthalmology clinic in Taichung during the Japanese colonial period. After the surrender of Japan in 1945, Miyahara became Taichung Health Bureau. As time passed by, the suspended Health Bureau slowly decayed and became an unused dangerous building.
    Fortunately, Dawn Cake, a pastry company renowned for its pineapple cakes, acquired the building and preserved Miyahara's original red-brick walls and archway. The interior decor was redesigned like Hogwarts in the movie Harry Potter. The water well in the middle of the building is redecorated into a modern-looking fundraising box made of glass.
    Visitors to Miyahara are not only recommended to appreciate the details of the historic architecture but also try Dawn Cake’s signature ice cream, bubble tea and pastries wrapped in nostalgic packings!

  • The Lin's garden in Wufeng(Lai Yuen)

    Lai-Yuan of Wufeng's Lin Family, Laiyuan Road, Wufeng District, Taichung City, Taiwan .

    The Lower Mansion includes Caocuo, Gongbaodi, Dahuating, Erfangcuo, and Ershibajian. The Upper Mansion covers Yi Garden, Rongjingzhai, Jingxun Building, and Shincuo. The Lai Garden now is Shin Min High School, which is what most people regard as “the Lin Family Garden”.
    The Gongbaodi garden area open to the public in The Lin's garden in Wufeng(Lai Yuen) is confined to the 2 parts of Gongbaodi and Dahuating in the Lower Mansion. It is currently run by the Linbentang Corporation, offering very sound tour guide services and enhancing the development of sightseeing in Wufeng.

  • Zhongxiao Night Market

    Taiwan, Taichung City, South District, Zhongxiao Road, 忠孝路觀光夜市 .

    Dated back to the Japanese colonial period, Zhongxiao Night Market is the place of abundant late-night snack choices in Taichung City. Meat, seafood, grilled duck, beverages, oyster vermicelli, etc, you name it. It is also where the renowned Ding Wang Spicy Hot Pot originated.
    Unlike other shopping districts, Zhongxiao Night Market is known exclusively for the delicious food. Situated next to the Third Market which closes in the afternoon, Zhongxiao Nigh Market starts warming up right after the Third Market closes, so most vendors do not open until 4 in the afternoon.
    Most food come in a satisfying portion at a cheap price, so you can devour it all at once without concerning over a tight budget. Some of the must-try dishes include bamboo rice, fried chicken, Zhongxiao BBQ, vermicelli and sugarcane juice.

  • Empire Sugar Factory Taichung Office

    Teikoko Sugar Factory Historical Building, Leye Road, East District, Taichung, Taiwan .

    Built in 1935, the historic building “Empire Sugar Factory Taichung Office” that walked through the Japanese domination period to the national government period of the Republic of China and went through three owners witnessed the rise, prosperity and decline of Taiwan’s sugar refinery industry. After being out of production in 1993, a part of Empire Sugar Factory Taichung Office was reopened to the public in 2019 as a part of Taichung Cultural Heritage Park. 

    The internal space of the building is used not only to run exhibitions and activities related to the sugar refinery industry and Taichung’s local culture and development history, but also DIY and experiencing activities are held from time to time to bring great fun to all visitors, and craftsmen from all sectors are invited to hold cultural and creative workshops. Besides, the enormous Taichung Cultural Heritage Park is a good place for visitors to walk around during leisure time. During the day, you can walk up to the tower and overlook the panoramic view of Empire Sugar Factory Taichung Office. Besides, the circle viewing platform located in the middle of Xingquan Lake offers visitors the opportunity to observe aquatic ecology in a close distance.