• Taichung Football Field

    Taichung Football Field, Chaoma Road, Xitun District, Taichung City, Taiwan .

    Taichung Football Field, also known as Chaoma Football Field (Chinese: 朝馬足球場), is a football-specific venue located in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan. It has three 11-player football pitches, one 7-player pitch, one 5-player pitch, and three basketball courts. It is owned by Taichung City Government and presently operated by Taichung Football Commission.

  • National Taichung Theater

    National Taichung Theater, Xitun District, Taichung City, Taiwan .

    The National Taichung Theater (Chinese: 臺中國家歌劇院; pinyin: Táizhōng Guójiā Gējù Yuàn) (POJ: Tâi-Tiong Kok-Ka Koa-Ke̍k-Īⁿ) is an opera house in the Taichung's 7th Redevelopment Zone in the Situn District of Taichung, Taiwan. The estimated area of the structure is 57,685 square meters (620,920 sq ft). It was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito in collaboration with Cecil Balmond at Arup AGU. It was contracted on 11 November 2009 with construction planned for 45 months. The venue had a partial opening on 23 November 2014. It was officially opened in 2016.

  • National Museum of Natural Science

    National Museum of Natural Science, Guanqian Road, North District, Taichung City, Taiwan .

    The museum covers 22 acres (89,000 m2) and is a six-venue complex housing: the Space Theater, Science Center, Life Science Hall, Human Cultures Hall, Global Environment Hall, and Botanical Garden.

  • Ichlan Ramen

    Taiwan, Taichung City, Xitun District, Chaofu Road, 一蘭拉麵 台中朝富店 .

    Ichiran, Ichiran, Ichiran Ramen for short, is a chain of ramen shops in Japan, headquartered in Fukuoka, and has opened many overseas stores.


    Taiwan, Taichung City, Xitun District, Section 3, Taiwan Boulevard, 新光三越 台中中港店 .

    Launched in 2000, the seventh phase of the tourist area of ​​80,000 has launched a single station in Taiwan [July] There are more avenues in Shiping City, with a downstairs area of ​​4.4, and the operation is tens of billions of dollars. It is the 2020 subsidiary of New Mitsukoshi The annual turnover is also the first store of Taiwan’s 2020 turnover and 20 Taiwanese companies in 2020. In 2020, the turnover will reach 20, and the first 20 stores in Taiwan will operate 14 stores, and the highest business location has 2 sales desks. [8] To the 14th floor is Shin Kong Studios.

  • anime alley

    Taiwan, Taichung City, West District, Lane 100th, Linsen Road, 動漫彩繪巷 .

    In recent years, the prevalent atmosphere of painted villages in Taiwan has injected new vitality into many military dependents' villages. The animation painting village to be introduced this time is located in the urban area of ​​Taichung. Tourists can also visit the ancestor of the painting village - "Rainbow Dependents' Village". Anime fans are ready to take the call! The fortune of "Anime Painting Village" came from a piece of One Piece's painting. Due to the extremely delicate and realistic style of painting, many of the original plots were vividly remembered, and it immediately became famous in Taichung. It's hard to believe that the author of the painting is actually the owner of a motorcycle shop. His original intention was to "don't want to leave the walls empty". As an anime fan, he started painting!

  • Taichung Martial Arts Hall

    Taiwan, 台中 West District, Linsen Road, 臺中刑務所演武場(道禾六藝文化館) .

    Over the past year I've posted quite a few times about some of the remnants of Taiwan's Japanese Colonial Period. Even though the Japanese only controlled Taiwan for a short time, they wasted no effort in developing the island's economy and infrastructure as well as promoting education and fostering a love of democratic governance - all of which has had a lasting and positive impact on the people of Taiwan.  

    It has been more than seven decades since the Japanese relinquished control of Taiwan and while there you can still find quite a few well-preserved examples of Japanese architecture around the country, most of the buildings that remain are in a state of decay and are in desperate need of maintenance and renewal.

    The good news is that over the past few years the government has become active in showing an interest in preserving the history of what few buildings remain. All over the country projects have started to restore some of these historically significant buildings which will bring them back to life and help people understand some of Taiwan’s complicated history.

  • National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

    Taiwan, Taichung City, West District, 美術館(五權西路) .

    The art museum is a building with one basement and three floors above ground. It is a long building with east and west orientations. It covers an area of ​​about 102,000 square meters (including the sculpture park in the park). It is currently the largest art museum in Asia [3]. A central air bridge extending from the park into the north and south of the museum is divided into east and west areas. The west area is for type A and B exhibition rooms, and the east area is for type C, D, E, and F exhibition rooms. The exhibition space includes A to F type exhibition rooms, art street, information transfer station, digital art ark - digital creative resource center, etc. In the use of exhibition space, the first and second floors are special exhibition areas, the third floor is a permanent exhibition of Taiwanese art collections, and the F-type exhibition room is mainly for donation exhibitions. The "Art Street" space spanning the east and west, the bamboo forest inner hall and the plaza in the concave garden can be changed in multiple combinations, providing a cross-field performance venue [3]. There are special exhibition rooms, 360-degree circle halls, picture book halls, children's game rooms, digital art ark, video platform, video art hall, library and reference center, teacher resource room, classical rose garden, spring water hall, art museum boutiques and other spaces .

  • Feng Chia Night Market

    407, Taiwan, 台中市西屯區文華路 .

    The Feng Chia Night Market (逢甲夜市) was established in 1963  and is  Taichung’s largest and most popular night market; For many it is probably even Taiwan’s most favorite market that was once established along Wen-hua road , then expanded to Fengjia road (逢甲路), Fushin road(福星路), Xian street(西安街) etc.The area provides an assortment of shops to browse through which have Food/drink stands, clothing stores, restaurants, games to play and most notably, lots of snacks to please any palate. Fengjia Night Market has tied with Keelung’s Miaokou Night Market for first place , in terms of taste in a competition judged by a committee organized by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan.