Kishu An Forest of Literature
The “New Building of Kishu An” on Tongan Street was launched by Taipei City’s Department of Cultural Affairs in an unprecedented attempt to dedicate a facility to literature. Operated by the Taiwan Association for Literature Development in June 2011, and officially known as “the Kishu An Forest of Literature”, the building incorporates scenic views of the Southside Literary Park into services both in- and outdoors, providing literature lovers a comfortable space to luxuriate in reading, writing, coffee, and surprising encounters with celebrated literary figures.
Treasure Hill Arts Village is a historic cluster situated under the Fuhe Bridge, near the water supply plant. With winding alleys and stairs snaking up and down the gentle slopes, a special landscape is created where natural scenery and cultural clusters interweave along the surrounding hills. In recent years, many artists and creative studios have moved into the Village and opened themselves to the public through the policy of revitalization and conservation, forming unique scenery where cultural coexistence clusters are scattered along the hillside.
Taipei Water Park
Taipei Water Park, located in Gongguan commercial distric, is the birthplace of the tap water of Taipei. Besides Water Country Park, where people can play with water, it has environmental education facilities. Also, in the park conserves a complete ecology of native broadleaf forest, where can conduct lessons about ecological exploration. Taipei Water Park provides variety of choices. It’s one of the best places for you to recreate.
Daan Forest Park
Daan Forest Park or Da'an Park is a public park located near the centre of the Da'an District of Taipei, Taiwan. The park is home to a wide variety of animals including squirrels, and several species of ducks, egrets, and turtles.Daan Forest park contains two ponds, several pavilions, and strolling paths, and well as cultural recreational facilities such as an amphitheatre, children's playground, a jogging loop, and a skating rink. It also contains an underground parking garage.
taipei city hakka cultraul
The 4.03-hectare park features many characteristics of Hakka villages and has six major themes: culture, nature, education, technology, industry, and agriculture.
Taipei City Hakka Cultural Park is extremely important to the Taipei City Government, which views the park as a place where the public can experience daily life in a Hakka village and where Hakka descendants can relive happy childhood memories. A connection platform also links the park to the neighboring Riverside Park.
Taipei Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden was established in 1921. It has been part of the memory of Taipei citizens. Many people come here to appreciate the lotus in summer and falling leaves in winter. The Botanical Garden was established on January 22, 1921. In 1930, there were 1129 species in the garden, serving greatly to academic research and natural science. However, the garden was deserted during World War II. After the war, the garden was rearranged and new plants were introduced. Currently, the garden is well maintained and has over 100 species of plants.