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National Taiwan University 臺灣大學

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Introduction

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.

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Themes
Historic Sites Art and Cultural Centers Family Activities
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Address
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

Transportaiton

Nearby MRT

G Songshan-Xindian Line Gongguan

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  2. 9 Poor
  3. 60 Average
  4. 268 Very good
  5. 290 Excellent

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  1. 121 Families
  2. 70 Couples
  3. 150 Solo
  4. 43 Business
  5. 153 Friends
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Taiwan's most prestigious university

    2020-01

    National Taiwan University is known universally as Tai Da. It is Taiwan's most prestigious university. If you gain entry to Tai Da, you've got it made; it's like Harvard. Tai Da dates from the Japanese colonial period (1895-1945). The campus is very attractive, most of the buildings are in red brick. The gardens are very pleasant. Tai Da is near central Taipei, it's easy to get to.
  • tomq939

    Auckland, New Zealand

    Traveler type:

    Business

    Nice campus

    2019-12

    Really enjoying a walk through the National University of Taiwan during my visits, since 2009. Strongly recommended a walk from the main gate to the library.
  • Sandy5259

    Vancouver, Canada

    Traveler type:

    Couples

    Quiet place to wander

    2019-11

    This is a quiet place to wander in the midst of a hectic city. There is considerable shopping nearby close to and across the street from the subway station. The palm tree lined entrance road is very pretty and you can take a great photograph at the main entrance between the two flags. During the day there is a lot of food available as you turn to the right off the main road. We saw a comics display competition inside the main library. Most of the buildings were closed.
  • 94anamc

    Seattle, Washington

    Beautiful University - great museums and lovely lake

    2019-11

    The university itself has some impressive buildings, but what I really loved was Drunken Moon Lake at the center - an oasis away from the hurly burly of this world class city. The Lake is beautifully maintained and a haven for swans and herons. Meditative and peaceful
  • LLuh2018

    Taipei, Taiwan

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    This is one of the top choices among the smart travelers!

    2019-06

    The campus is very beautiful and also very large surprised too many Japanese travelers who just love such a university built in the Japanese colonial era. Accordingly, it ranks among top 5 hot spots for travelers especially for the smart ones. By the way, this is my alma mater over the past 40 years.

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