Jiufen Old Street
Tourists from all over the country are attracted by the retro buildings and unique landscape of sloping fields in this mountain city.
- The shooting location of the movie “A City of Sadness”
- The Old Street look differently in the morning and at night in different seasons. It is worth wandering on this street
- Admire the fascinating lights at night
- Near attractions of Teapot Mountain, Yinyang Sea and more
The small stores in the twisting alleyways of Juifen
The narrow street of Juifen Old Street, which goes along the hill, has gathered all kinds of stores. The good smell of the traditional food is everywhere. You must try the classic snacks in Juifen, such as taro balls, meatballs, chháu-á-kóe (mugwort rice cake), and more. Besides, there are antique toys, special Taiwanese souvenirs and other dazzling array shopping options for tourists to choose from. Tourists can explore the unknown in the lanes and alleys in Juifen, and admire its beauty from different angles.
Walk into the tea houses and theaters to feel the charm of culture in Juifen
If you want to stay away from the crowd and rest, you may walk into a tea house, get to know the culture of drinking tea, appreciate the fine tea sets, have a cake to go with your tea and enjoy the peaceful time. You may also step into Shengping Theater, the first stage in Juifen. The retro ticket window, old movie posters and snack stores in the theater present the style of 1960s. It’s worth exploring for tourists coming to experience the atmosphere of the old theater.
Services & Facilities
- Bus Station
- Public Restroom
- Parking Lot
- Police Station
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
The bridge is 128 meters in length, and is the junction bridge between Shifen Village and Nanshan Village. Constructed in 1947, the bridge was used for the transportation of coalmine back then. After mining has stopped, it has been renovated and repurposed as the bridge for pedestrians. It is located close to Shifen Station and the old street, with Keelung River beneath it, and the blue-white colored bridge hence became a popular spot for visitors to take photos with.