Pinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City
Updates : 2022-12-05
Requires admission ticket of NT$80
Besides introducing abundant tea knowledge, “Pinglin Tea Museum, New Taipei City” further organizes special exhibitions on a regular basis; those who favor the “tea culture” and would like to drink Taiwanese tea should never miss out!
【Closing Days】The first Monday of every month (If national holidays coincide with closing days, the center will be closed on the next day, Chinese New Year’s Eve, Chinese New Year’s Day, the days that the government announces to close business due to natural disasters, other necessary closing days will be announced separately.
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
Remains of the 13 Levels
The mottled building stood along the mountain. It looks like the Potala Palace sitting in the mine mountains.
Former Residence of Tada Eikichi
The former residence of Tada Eikichi is located half way up Puding Mountain. The residence faces south, has a mountain slope behind and steep embankment in front of it. The residence holds the high ground in which it can overlook the beautiful sceneries of the banks of the Tamsui River and Mount Guanyin. The location of the residence was originally a scholar's farmland of the Hsueh Hai Academy back in the Qing Dynasty and its present address is No.19, Maxie Street. It is located near Tamsui Library, the Little White House and Wenhua Elementary School.