The Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines is a museum located just 200 metres diagonally across from the National Palace Museum. It houses exhibits relating to the cultures and histories of the Taiwanese aborigines.
Please note： No photography, smoking, food or drink are allowed in the museum.
Chinese guided tour is offered at 2 pm every Saturday and Sunday. English and Japanese guided tours are also available.
No. 113, Section 2, Zhongshan North Road, Zhongshan District Taipei City, Taiwan 10448
Taipei Eye showcases Chinese opera together with other rotating performances, including puppet theatre and aboriginal dance. Audience members have the unique opportunity to watch the actors as they rehearse and put on make-up, wigs and costumes.
275 Dalong Street | Datong District, Taipei City, Taipei, Taiwan
Located in the old part of Taipei, the Datong District is the Taipei Confucius Temple. It is modeled after the original Confucius Temple from Shandong Province in mainland China. If you don’t know who Confucius is, he is probably the most influential ancient Chinese philosopher of all time.