Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, Taipei
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Located in a renovated tobacco factory, Songshan Cultural and Creative Park represents the city's largest arts complex. This site was originally built in 1927 by a Japanese tobacco company, but was completely redone in 2011 and is now a park, gallery, and creative meeting place. The old factory is full of art exhibitions and has a garden at its center. In addition to this garden, you can also walk to the attraction's ecology pond to learn about local plants and wildlife. Be sure to spend some time checking out the site's bookstore, record store, and arts shopping mall, where large groups can participate in workshops. By using our Taipei vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Songshan Cultural and Creative Park and other attractions in Taipei.
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By chance we visited at the same time google exhibition so it was rather much people. More of handicraft shopping and decoration. It is good for children to experience. very nice handicraft stuffs
Overwhelmed by alley cafe boutiques and night markets in Taipei? The museum and few galleries here are like a "best of" things I found throughout the cities better known shopping and design districts. paying a modest premium for shopping such goods in the eslite spectrum is better than fretting over potentially scheming vendors and obnoxious cafe (teens) crowds . the opportunity to interact, by way of classes or workshop services , with the designers and crafts is a unique aspect of some of the boutiques.
Jonathan Bill Kueh
Great cool place for kids and adults. We were lucky to have a meal in the restaurant which was opened by the inventor of bubble tea. Food was fabulous and price is reasonable. cost only 120 AUD for eleven of us.
Shopping and eating all possiblr with lots of cultural activities going on. The park with pond is also refreshing.
I think it's really over rated, and the big shopping complex has quite a few scandals going for it as of this writing. Gentrification Taipei. But it's kind of nice to walk through. There's some interesting old buildings to look at. Also there are lots of bats that fly overhead at night, which is interesting to watch.
Nice spots probably best contemporary art district I went to in taipei. Has a few museums you pay for. I thought both were very reasonable for their price (red dot and the larger one). There's still a lot of empty space but I think it will improve with time.
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