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Treasure Hill

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. In addition, a two- or three-hundred-year-old Buddhist temple worshipping Guanyin stands on the hillside; it is a place for people to worship or pray for blessings. To appreciate the river scenery, one can cycle along the river banks on the bikeway from Xindian all the way to Tamsui River, to enjoy the exhilaration of riding with the wind.


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Guiding Service
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
No. 2, Alley 14, Lane 230, Sec. 3, Tingzhou Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Tue. to Sun. 11 AM-10 PM; Mon. 11 AM-6 PM
Opening hours are only applicable to the public space and exhibition space of the Arts Village.
For micro clusters, opening hours are subject to online announcements by each cluster unit.

Services & Facilities

  • Toilets



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  1. 1 Terrible
  2. 1 Poor
  3. 12 Average
  4. 21 Very good
  5. 16 Excellent

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  2. 11 Couples
  3. 8 Solo
  4. 0 Business
  5. 19 Friends
  • 閒晃者

    Hong Kong, China

    Traveler type:

    Con amigos

    An interesting art village nearby the National Taiwan University


    Generally nice as a safe place for casual stroll and photo-taking, for youth, family and international visitors. Some places were closed, it's hard for art lovers to enjoy the exhibitions in slow pace in dim and little rooms especially with the weekend crowds.
  • Tintin L

    A bit of a let down


    I'd imagine this place is great for sunny summer evenings (since it's located near the river and has a smaller park there). But in honesty- I thought there was going to be more and therefore I was let down once I arrived. I didn't know where to go or what to see due to the poor map once there. So maybe read more about it before going there to be prepared. I think the gongguan area is a nice place to visit rather than treasure hill.
  • book_of_dreams


    Traveler type:

    En solitario



    It was a Wednesday I visited and the place was almost deserted. I think i met the above reviewer on the same day and share some sentiments. Very quiet and only 1 exhibit on. I was lucky and met one artist. I think it might be best visited when something is on. It is a cute neighbourhood with old winding streets and nice to walk around. The contrast of the freeways and grey industrial highrise around this oasis of calm is interesting. I hope it reaches it's potential as it's good idea.
  • Cherrybomb_99x

    Nueva York, Estado de Nueva York

    Traveler type:

    En pareja

    Where is the Art?


    went here on a Wednesday and only 3 studios were open - one was post it notes that visitors could write on and the other two were subpar. Interesting buildings, but no real art scene, then again, the Taipei art scene is rather dead at this point. Not worth a visit unless you are in Taipei for a period of time. There are a lot of hills and stairs for those who may have mobility issues, FYI.
  • agfang

    Hong Kong

    Traveler type:

    En solitario

    Missing artists in residence?


    Very unique setting, online articles said this is a government rebuilt project that turned old decrepit housing into an artist commune. Looks like Brazilian favela minus the violence. I thought it was quite well designed and organized, lots of signs telling you where the artists/houses are. Outside each house there's a sign that tells you whether you can go in, or whether it is occupied. Some "natives" still live there and there are signs that tell you their stories. Unfortunately when I was there in October there weren't many artists there working, so it was more sight seeing than an "art" trip

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