國立故宮博物院 National Palace Museum
Visit the National Palace Museum to see one of the world’s largest collections of Chinese art and artifacts, spanning 8,000 years of multiple dynasties. The museum was created in 1925, just 13 years after the establishment of the Republic of China.
Gaomei Wetlands is located in Dajia, Taichung, one of the most well known and well preserved wetland habitats in Taiwan. It was called Gaomi back in the Qing Dynasty renamed Gaomei during the Japanese colonial period. The Gaomei Wetlands stood over 300 hectares but it is only 1/10 of the whole Dadu River wetlands. It is a special mix of mud and sand which bred diverse organism of animal and plants including birds, fish, crabs, and invertebrates.
台江国家公園 Taijiang National Park
Wetlands, rivers, wildlife, coastal waters and temples await at Taijiang National Park. The large protected area covers more than 97,137 acres (39,310 hectares) and encompasses diverse scenery and sites of cultural importance.
Anping Tree House is a truly fascinating spectacle, an abandoned warehouse that has been slowly swallowed by massive banyan trees. Step inside to see how their aerial roots and trunks have taken over walls, windows and rooms.