Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, a monument to Chiang Kai-shek who was the leader of the Republic of China for 47 years, is one of the Taiwan landmarks or tourist attractions.
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is located in a 240,000 square meter park called “Liberty Square”. From the main entrance, while walking to the memorial hall, you will see National Theater and the National Concert Hall. Along the way, you can expect to see not only tourists, but also Taiwanese people here. It seems like this park is an open public space for local.
You can take either the stair (89 steps) or the elevator.
The view from Memorial Hall to the main entrance
When I stepped inside, I immediately saw the big bronze statue of Chiang Kai-Shek and his honor guards who stood still. You can expect to see the changing of Guards Ceremony every hour. Don’t miss it!
There is a museum displaying Chiang Kai-Shek stuffs such as his office, and his car.
While walking out of the park, I saw the nice garden when many locals sitting and relaxing.
Opening hours: Everyday from 9.00-18.00
How to get there: get off from the MRT at Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall station and take exit 5. Then, walk in a short distance
Entrance fee: Free
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