Nature & parks in Datong

Top Parks & Nature Attractions in Datong, Taipei

Nature & Parks in Datong

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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia12,149 contributions
    Taipei's riverside bikeway will take you around the city. The eco-tour takes in four rivers -- Tamshui, Keelung, Shindian and Jingmei. If you follow the route, it's a 111 km (70 mile) trip. Apart from being re-connected to nature, the are many historical features that are worth viewing. The route is quite pleasant, the riverine ecology is much better tan it once was.
    Written 22 January 2023
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  • George A
    Phoenix, AZ206 contributions
    This walled space across from the Bao'An Temple and the Confucius temple complex is well worth a stroll when you visit these other two sites. Inside the gates, there are about 4-5 little areas, each centered around a pond and landscaped with tranquil scenes: some have sculptures of miniature buildings, some have animal statues. The biggest pond has a giant dragon spewing water out, with a colourful mural behind it. Kids will love it to explore around the nooks, grottoes, and rocks. There are also areas where you can sit down and have a little bit of a picnic.
    Written 3 January 2020
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  • #travelwithbing
    Makati, Philippines15 contributions
    it is a very relaxing place,great place for winding down after a long day of walking and shopping. A nice park for morning walks.
    Written 27 June 2019
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  • NinoLeeZhongPing
    Makati, Philippines436 contributions
    I got to see this park on my way to Ningxia St. from Dihua St., Not to see much from her but a small temple that you can stop and pray a while. The temple is not ask known as the big ones so not that much tourist around her. Usually, old people and kids mill around here. Around the park are some old shops which sells things mostly fabrics, so if your into the fabric industry, this park is worth a stop.
    Written 12 March 2017
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