Taipei Expo Park
International Pavilion of Indigenous Arts and Cultures
This two-storey looming structure showcases the artisanship of Taiwan's indigenous peoples – on display in anything from furniture to...
Fine Arts Museum
Constructed in the 1980s, this airy, four-storey box of marble, glass and concrete showcases contemporary art, with a particular focus...
Taipei Story House
This house was built in 1914 by a tea trader said to have been inspired by a building he saw at the 1900 Paris Expo. Today it's a space...
This restaurant in the Landis Hotel is consistently rated as having the best French food in town and is also one of the fanciest dining...
Taipei Expo Park information
This expansive park covers three sections which are all linked up – stroll around or take a YouBike.
Yuanshan Park has a lively outdoor food court (Maji Square) and the Eco Ark (a giant structure made of recycled bottles, which frequently hosts free exhibitions). Across Zhongshan N Rd you'll find the International Pavilion of Indigenous Arts and Cultures , the Fine Arts Museum , and Taipei Story House . Further east, Xinsheng Park has innovative pavilions and Lin Antai Historic House .
You can access Dajia Riverside Park for biking and views of the Grand Hotel from the park.
You'll find a map of the Expo Park in the information office in Maji Square.