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Historic monuments and buildings can be seen everywhere on the campus of National Taiwan University. The overall campus planning follows a clear,east-west axial design. Royal Palms are planted along both sides of the Royal Palm Boulevard, and next to them are the azaleas. Camphor trees and dragon junipers are planted between two sides of the boulevard and the school buildings. While walking along Royal Palm Boulevard with the green shade of both sides arching the sunrise, one experiences a feeling of heading on a broad and open road to a bright future. It is a very special sunrise attraction in the City. Near the College of Agriculture, there are many aquatic plants, vegetables, fruits and vanilla gardens. Some interesting observations of ecological restoration can also be made in the experimental farm. The alleys near the campus are surrounded by mainstream bookstores and smaller independent bookstores, as well as the coffee culture, transforming the NTU neighborhood with a strong cultural element.


Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers Family Activities
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Phone Number
No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Da'an Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Open All Day

Services & Facilities

  • Accessibility for the Disabled
  • Venue rental
  • Toilets
  • Parking


Nearby MRT

G Songshan-Xindian Line Gongguan

G Songshan-Xindian Line Taipower Building

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  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Educating Taiwan's elite


    If a student gains entry to National Taiwan University, he's got it made. Tai Da, as it is universally known, exists to train an elite, similar to Harvard or Oxford. The campus is spacious -- it dates from the Japanese colonial era (1895-1945). Tai Da is built in red brick, a style favored for public buildings in the Japanese colonial era, similar to the Presidential Offices. Although they were not universally esteemed, the last four presidents of the Republic of China (ROC) were Tai Da graduates, including Lee Teng-hui, the first democratically elected president of the ROC.
  • ChinaXuanzang

    Jiaoxi, Yilan

    NTU Presidents might not be the Best, but the Campus in Incomparable


    Taiwan University is the Numero Uno University of Taiwan ever since it became a part of the Japanese Empire back in 1895-1945. After Taiwan was liberated by Chiang Kai-shek, it still remains the very best of the best. However NTU students, though capable and competantn, have produced four consecutive presidents of the Republic of China. They are all very smart, yet none of them have performed up to the standard of the people of Taiwan. Nevertheless, the campus is gorgous and huge, and the library holds the most complete set of books, and it is open to the public. Namo Amituofo
  • 619je

    Keysborough, Australia

    Taiwan's Harvard


    National Taiwan University (NTU) is the Taiwan equivilent of Harvard or Oxford. NTU was founded in the Japanese colonial era with the intention of educating an colonial elite to govern Taiwan. Young people who gain entry to "Tai Da" have got it made. The university is built in red brick, in Japanese classical style.
  • nurhakim_ID

    Banjarbaru, Indonesia

    Beautiful Campus


    A nice campus with red brick buildings, it is the best campus in Taiwan. There are various departments here, including those related to climate and atmosphere. The existence of this department may be due to frequent typhon in this country. The campus is very spacious and neat, so it's good for relaxation.
  • Mobile384546

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    Friends getaway



    It’s the best university in Taiwan. The campus is very big . You have to ride a bike or you may walk for a long time. 中文中文中要五十個字但我不想要換成英文為什麼這個網站不能用英文打ㄋ 我只是想要留言但是不行這樣喔喔喔喔喔

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