• Thermal Vally

    Wenquan Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan 112 .

    It was exploited in 1911, a source of green sulfur hot spring. Visitors used to boil eggs there, making its name “A hell for boiling eggs.”It has been under management by Taipei Water Department for years. Landscape, pipes system, reservoir, trails with handrails, pavilions, etc, have been well constructed. The misty phenomenon year round has created a fantastic atmosphere there.

  • Beitou Hot Spring Museum

    No. 2, Zhongshan Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan 112 .

    Its original name was “Beitou Public Bathhouse” built in 1913 with the same style of the bathhouse at Izushan in Japan. It was constructed with a combination of English and Japanese styles. The materials used were bricks, woods, black tiles, etc. Visitors are requested to put on museum slippers when they enter. They can enjoy the relaxing feeling by imaging the elegant and classic taste created by Roman-style bath pool and its big tatami hall.

  • Beitou Library (Green Building)

    No. 251, Guangming Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan 112 .

    Built in a different way with traditional construction, Beitou Library was designed as a “Green Building Library.”It is not constructed by steels and cement. It is a big tree house in the park. Readers can enjoy viewing mountainous scenery and relaxing breeze while they are reading.

  • Ketagalan Culture Center

    No. 3-1, Zhongshan Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan 112 .

    The Ketagalan Culture center introduces the various Pingpu indigenous tribes of Taiwan, including the now extinct northern Taiwan Ketagalan tribe. In addition to the exhibit areas, the center has an art gallery, spacious international conference room, and classroom areas serving various functions.

  • Plum Garden

    No. 14, Zhongshan Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan 112 .

    Plum Garden was established in 1930 by a rich Japanese. Its elegant outlook with delicate layout inside has shown a house in typical Japanese mood. Yu Yo Ren started to lodge in this place for getting away from hot weather, being lobbied, social activities. At the entry gate, the name “Plum Garden” was written by himself for memory, he was a famous calligrapher.