Guandu Nature Park
Tittot Glass Art Museum
From the outside, this museum just south of Guandu MRT station looks sort of like a factory. Inside, however, beautiful glassware...
Dating back to 1661, this is one of Taiwan's oldest temples and is an absolute must-see. The multistorey temple is built right into the...
Ketagalan Culture Centre
This multistorey centre explores Taiwan's aboriginal culture with exhibits, performances stages and various seasonal exhibits on other...
Lonely Planet review
Ten years in the planning, this nature reserve opened in 2001 under the control of the Wild Bird Society of Taipei. Over 100 species of birds, 150 species of plants and 800 species of animals live here on about 58 hectares of grass, mangroves, saltwater marsh and freshwater ponds at the confluence of the Danshui and Keelung Rivers (and their smaller tributaries). On weekdays it's rather busy with school groups, and with other tourists on weekends. Monday mornings are the least crowded.