- Historic Sites
- Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 139, Bei-an Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
2.Closed for memorial services on March 28 & 29 and Sept. 2 (all day) and Sept. 3 (to 12:00 noon).
Services & Facilities
Very impressiveVery impressive complex. Unfortunately we didn't have time to see much beyond the first big gate, but would have liked to.
Take your foreign friendsMy daughter had many friends and classmates from HK and US visit and your Taiwan. It is fitting to take them to Chung Lie Chih so they can begin to appreciate the sacrifices of those who fought to protect the republic during WWII and Civil War that followed. This shrine is hallowed ground, it is moving and important for Westerners to see and feel it.
Raleigh, North Carolina
Very impressive, but the main hall is closed for renovations nowI walked over to the National Revolutionary Martyr's Shrine from the magnificent Grand Hotel, but was disappointed to find out that the main hall was closed to visitors for an unspecified time due to renovations. From what I could see through the courtyard, however, this complex is very impressive and would be worth a visit once it reopens to the public.
Saint Louis, Missouri
Very worthwhileWe were happy to visit such an important shrine. It was an overcast cloudy day and perfect for us. The changing of the guards occurs every hour on the hour and is worthwhile seeing - it is very impressive. It was a short walk from here to the Grand Hotel.
Picturesque historical siteThis place may not be that accessible like other tourist destinations in Taipei. In fact we had to take the MRT first, then a bus, and walk a bit before reaching it. But once you get there, all your efforts pay off! Being a historical site, do some reading first before visiting this shrine to appreciate it more. Within the so-called "sanctuary" itself you'll find some architectural masterpieces and amazingly landscaped gardens. The ceremonial change of guard (like the one at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall) is worth-watching. I would give this place an excellent rating if only it were not mosquito infested. Yes, there are lots of mosquitoes here, so be sure to have your repellant when you visit it.
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