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TAIPEI EXPO PARK 花博公園

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Introduction

Converted from the 2010 Taipei International Flora Expo, the TAIPEI EXPO PARK is an urban recreational facility that comprises three typical park areas (Yuanshan, Taipei Fine Arts Museum and Xinsheng) while offering venues for the hosting of various events in the former Flora Expo’s pavilions. Among the iconic Flora Expo displays, still available, on the parks’ premises, mostly featuring perennial flowering/foliage plants and turfs, are the 3-dimensional Green Walls, Flower Walls, “Flora Rainbows”, Special Exhibition Area, Flower Landscape, Rare Flowers & Plants Area, and Fruit Tree Area, which aim to keep the Expo’s images and variety alive, while impressing park visitors with the openness of a vision of verdure, combined with enhanced recreational quality. The TAIPEI EXPO PARK is also perfect for accommodating the hosting of exhibitions or other events as it lies strategically in the vicinity of MRT Yuanshan Station.

Information

Themes
Outing Locations Family Activities
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Address
No. 1, Yumen St., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday open 24 hours
Monday open 24 hours
Tuesday open 24 hours
Wednesday open 24 hours
Thursday open 24 hours
Friday open 24 hours
Saturday open 24 hours

Transportaiton

Nearby MRT

R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Yuanshan

R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Minquan W. Rd.

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  2. 2 Poor
  3. 32 Average
  4. 65 Very good
  5. 54 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 34 Families
  2. 26 Couples
  3. 39 Solo
  4. 3 Business
  5. 21 Friends
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Farmers' Market is a fun weekend outing

    2021-03

    The idea of a farmers' market, where producers sell direct to the public, is relatively new in Taipei, but it is catching on. There's lots of things to do and buy at the Expo weekend market. The honey is a bit pricey, but it's a natural product of Taiwan. The fruit comes in many varieties, some of which will seem a tad strange to newcomers to the island. What would a Taiwan market be without food? There's lots to eat. Youngsters will like the bouncy castle. The Expo weekend market has something for every family. It's at the Yuanshan MRT Station on the Red (Tamshui-Xinyi) Line.
  • rickabc82

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    A perfect place for a lazy Sunday! Huge!

    2021-02

    If you are lazy and bored or want to spend relaxing time with family or friends with greenery around. this place always has many exhibitions and activities happening.
  • CdnLovesTravel787

    Vancouver, Canada

    Expo Park as Weekend Farmers' Market

    2020-03

    Located at Yuanshan Metro stop, this expo site turns grounds into a weekend farmers’ market. On a Saturday, the park was bustling with families having picnics in the park. There were many pop up tents all over for locals to spend the afternoon there. There was a blow-up room for kids to bounce around in, a miniature train ride for kiddies. Locals were walking their dogs, students were practicing their group dance moves. I walked through the market, arranged in two different locations to see what they offered: fruits, vegetables, specialty foods like honey, rose based products. There were cooked foods, baked foods, steamed foods, deep fried foods. When not the weekend, the park is a wonderful place to visit for relaxation - lots of seating to people watch, read, relax. There is an outstanding food court offering many Taiwanese and international foods, many pubs and restaurants, gourmet supermarket, many arts & crafts stores and stalls, art exhibits. Children love to play at this park under careful watch of their parents. teenagers love to practice their group dance moves together, older, retired locals love to meet in this park too. Parents can also rent mini cars for their kiddies to drive around in. It is a great park for people watching. Taipei Expo Park is right next to Yuanshan Metro stop which makes it easy to find. At the park there is a bus depot where many buses converge. One bus is a free shuttle bus which will take you up to the Grand Hotel for a tourist visit. It is highly recommended to visit this famous and historical hotel.
  • JimmySumKahWai

    Singapore, Singapore

    Large & spacious

    2020-01

    Located just beside the sta and previously home of the 2010 Taipei International Flora Exposition, Taipei Expo Park is a large, multipurpose park. Clearly visible from the Yuanshan (圓山) on the Red Line the park also houses different attractions such as Taipei Fine Arts Museum and Taipei Story House. We came after visiting the 2 famous Temples and it was noon time. The open spacious area has buskers performing while many families are also enjoying themselves. Then there is this Farmer Market where fresh vegetables (some organic) are displayed for sale, there is even some Flowers & Plants Area, and Fruit Tree Area. Further inside near the south-east corner of the complex is a hawker centre with restaurants anchored around the MAJI (集食行樂) specialty market. The Food here is more international-flair not just local Taiwanese. One can easily spent 2 hours or more just wondering around.
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Any excuse for a market

    2020-01

    Taiwan people love markets. The Taipei Expo Farmers' Market is a relatively new concept for Taiwan, buying direct from the producer. Buskers of varying quality entertain the shoppers. It's in the Expo Park. Take Exit One at the Yuanshan MRT Station, You can't miss the stadium. Weekends are best. The Expo Park takes in a big area. The idea for the Expo Park came from the Taipei Flora Exposition in 2010-2011. The Park also includes the Expo Dome and Expo Hall. If you cross Chung Shan North Road, you will find the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. Next door you will also find the Story House, an architectural fancy in mock Tudor style, one of Taipei's best loved structures.It was designed and built during the Japanese colonial era by a tea merchant, and is sometimes called "the Tea House."

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