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.
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Hundred-year-old stone house
Located on Shiding East Street, the stone house was originally a Chinese medicine shop and grocery store, the walls and stairs are made of quarry rocks.
Located at the end of Mishi Lane, Chaojiang Temple is a two-storied old building of red bricks. Its main purpose is to “guard" and "protect wealth". This building has a unique feature: it is built with parapet wall of western-style at the roof and clay sculpture rails of Victoria-style at the second ﬂoor.