Taichung Attractions

  • Miyahara

    No. 20, Zhongshan Road, Central District, Taichung City 400 .

    Situated nearby Taichung Train Station on the bank of Luchuan, Miyahara is a red-brick architecture built by Miyahara Takeo, a Japanese ophthalmology doctor in 1927. It was the largest ophthalmology clinic in Taichung during the Japanese colonial period. After the surrender of Japan in 1945, Miyahara became Taichung Health Bureau. As time passed by, the suspended Health Bureau slowly decayed and became an unused dangerous building.
    Fortunately, Dawn Cake, a pastry company renowned for its pineapple cakes, acquired the building and preserved Miyahara's original red-brick walls and archway. The interior decor was redesigned like Hogwarts in the movie Harry Potter. The water well in the middle of the building is redecorated into a modern-looking fundraising box made of glass.
    Visitors to Miyahara are not only recommended to appreciate the details of the historic architecture but also try Dawn Cake’s signature ice cream, bubble tea and pastries wrapped in nostalgic packings!

  • Taichung Railway Station

    Taichung Railway Station .

    Central District Transportation Hub, Taichung City

  • 范記金之園草袋飯

    No. 170, Chenggong Road, Central District, Taichung City 40044 .

    Since 1978 in Taichung, Fan Ji Jinzhiyuan straw bag rice has been making their proud rib rice for nearly 40 years.

  • Shin Sei Green Waterway

    Luchuan West Street, Central District, Taichung, Taiwan 400 .

    Points of Interest & Landmarks

  • Showtime Plaza

    No.66&76, Nanjing Rd., East Dist., East District, Taichung 40154 Taiwan .

    Shopping Malls

  • Sunshine Plaza Outlet

    No.94, Section 2, Ziyou Road, Central District, Central District, Taichung 400 Taiwan .

    Department StoresShopping Malls

  • 謝氏早點豆花專賣店

    400 Jiguang Street, Central District, Taichung City .

    Sixty years old breakfast shop

  • Taichung Park

    No. 65, Section 1, Shuangshi Road, North District, Taichung City 404 .

    Taichung Park is the oldest park in Taichung city. Built in the Japanese-ruling era and with a space of 10 acres, the park base at that time was the garden, named Ruixuan and actually donated by the Lin family in Wufeng, together with the old Beimen Building. Taichung Park features many pretty landscapes, such an artificial lake, pavilion, arch bridge, etc. There are also lots of recreational equipments, like outdoor stadium, playground, and tennis court. Some extraordinary European-style building and Houxing Pavilion were constructed in 1908 in celebration of the launch of the Taiwan Railway stretching from north to south in Taiwan. Houxing Pavilion has also been the symbol of Taichung City since the Japanese-ruling era and it’s hence officially declared as a city-designated historical site in 1999.

  • 一中商圈

    404 Yizhong Street, North District, Taichung City .

    Located in a large commercial district in North District of Taichung City

  • Taichung City Second Market

    No. 87, Section 2, Sanmin Road, Central District, Taichung City 400 .