Miniatures Museum of Taiwan
Su Ho Paper Museum
Fulfilling the lifelong dream of Taiwanese paper-maker Chen Su Ho, this stylish four-storey museum displays a working traditional paper...
Built in 1919 as Taiwan's first brewery, this landmark building has gone through many names, beginning with Takasago Brewery. At the...
A very traditional Taiwanese banquet-style restaurant, from the seafood-filled glass counter to the huge round tables (complete with...
Lonely Planet review
Whimsical, wondrous and oh so fantastically detailed are the creative works at this delightful private museum. On display are dozens of dollhouse-sized replications of Western and Eastern houses, castles, chalets, palaces and villages as well as scenes from classic children's stories such as Pinocchio and Alice in Wonderland.
Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy this place for within each structure is a whole world of tiny figures in costume and surrounded by their respective daily furnishings. The peeks into the living rooms and backstreets of 19th-century London are worth admission alone, as is the outstanding Japanese village, complete with blooming cherry blossoms.