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Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

The Taiwanese people's reverence for the first President of the Republic of China and the icon of Chinese Nationalism is very much in evidence in the monumental Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. Chiang died in 1975, the hall opened five years ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2013

Perfect way to shake jet lag...a 3+ hour taste of the city highlights. The changing of the guard at the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall was an event that tops Buckingham Palace! We even enjoyed driving around the city as our tourmates were picked up. Gave us a chance to see city sites and not drive!

Doing what: Taipei Half-Day City Tour

Neil T
Singapore

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
February 2010

Excellent tour! Pickup was on time from hotel. The guide was a happy person full of knowledge and talkative, made you feel comfortable. The museum tour was great! Changing of the Guards at the Memorial Hall was fantastic! A great tour well worth the money spent!

Doing what: Taipei Half-Day City Tour

Marshall D
Australia

4 star rating: Recommended
November 2010

My wife & I really enjoyed this tour which visited a number of places of interest to us & gave us a 'feel' for Taipei on our first visit to the city. The changing of the guard at both the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall & Martyrs' Shrine was especially interesting, as was the stop at the small Taoist Temple. As mentioned in other reviews, the time spent at the Royal Palace Museum is only enough to whet one's appetite for a return visit. The other stop, at the Chinese Handicraft Centre had the feel of a hard-sell, especially during the 'tea ceremony'. For visitors looking for handicrafts in Taiwan, I would recommend a visit to the Taiwan Handicraft Centre which is much larger & has a superior range of merchandise available. The small bus used on this tour was the only one to have seat belts available for all passengers.

Doing what: Taipei Half-Day City Tour

CECILIA P
Philippines

4 star rating: Recommended
May 2010

i had fun with our tour guide.she was funny.very smart translating the tour into 3 languages.wasnt that very challenging

Doing what: Taipei Half-Day City Tour

4 star rating: Recommended
March 2009

I would have liked some free time at the Memorial Hall.

Doing what: Taipei Half-Day City Tour

3 star rating: Worth doing
October 2012

Good tour and went to places of interest that I was not able to cover during my first day in Taipei. The changing of the guards at the shrine for martyrs and at Chang Kai Shek Memorial Hall are not to be missed for its pageantry. The amazing treasures at the National Palace Museum were truly amazing and we only skimmed the surface. One truly needs more time to spend there but the tour was good for starters. Amazingly, we started before 9 am at the museum and yet I was surprised to see the number of mostly Chinese tourists already way ahead of our group. I was the only English speaking aside from the tour guide amongst a six member Japanese tourists. I truly had my day of Lost in Translation moments when it came to providing information between English and Niponggo. it sure made up for some funny and interesting moments--at least for me.

Doing what: Taipei Half-Day City Tour

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