Easily one of the must-visit places in Taipei. The GF of the memorial has a library and a museum that documents Chiang Kai-shek's life and exhibits Taiwan's history and development. The UL has the main hall where a large statue of Chiang Kai-shek is located. A guard mounting ceremony takes place at regular interval. The memorial is flanked on the north and south by the National Theater and National Concert Hall.
Very convenient place by taking public bus, MET and taxi. Local young people gathering there practicing dancing, singing or just watching others.
Its a really surreal place and its just very interesting. Its a must visit when in Taipei.
amazing place we had perfect view and picture with this place a must see here in taiwan
Only then discovered that Taipei has many such free places, but must visit! Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall! Just get off at MRT station in Zhongzheng Memorial Hall, just exit! The traffic is very convenient and the location is very easy to find. 1. The ceremony of handover of honor guards and soldiers happened to meet 2. Taipei's two theaters 3. Freedom Square likes this kind of architecture very much. So I would like to go to this kind of scenic spot and walk more. When I am alone, I will find a place with a sense of time to look for history and find myself. If you go to Taipei, don't miss it!
This is a must-go place to Taipei. It is not necessary to change trains to the Zhongzheng Memorial Hall Station to take the Freshwater Line MRT directly. Exit 5 will be marked when it comes out. It is the Zhongzheng Memorial Hall that passes through the Freedom Square. On both sides of the Freedom Square are the National Theatre and Concert Hall. The most distinctive hourly job-changing ceremony should not be missed. The job change ceremony lasted about 15 minutes. No matter how hot the weather is, it will be meticulous. There are anti-Japanese exhibitions and some art exhibitions in the memorial hall. The Zhongzheng Memorial Hall is very close to the famous Yongkang Street. Nearby is the Presidential Palace. You can arrange it for one day when you go to play.
Take advantage of the two-hour leisure in the morning (because the busy places in Taipei are either night markets or just night markets-Ximending, which is hardly open until noon, or 24-hour opening-Chengpin), and then find it absolutely worthwhile to go, not only to see the essence of Chinese architecture different from Shanghai, but to get a general understanding of the past through these two hours. The head of government's life and the history he has made for China and Taiwan that we are not familiar with.