The daily dazzling light projection mapping show is the No. 1 evening event in Xinzhuang and Banqiao.
- Taiwan’s longest double-span steel arch bridge.
- Walk on the transparent skywalk to challenge your visual limits.
- The light show at night is a not-to-be-missed photo occasion for classic nightscape.
- There are occasional musical performances at the bridge’s small square
Crescent Bridge has four viewing platforms with different characteristics; there are musical performances on the sky square occasionally where visitors can stroll along with the music. Towards the direction of Banqiao 435Art Zone, there is the popular skywalk. Walking on the 60-meter- long transparent walkway, Dahan River is just below your feet, challenging the limits of the visitors’ eyes!
As night falls, it’s the perfect time to visit places around Crescent Bridge, and enjoy the light projection mapping show with the theme, “Rhythm of Light.” The neon lights illuminate the graceful curve of the arch bridge; its reflection on the water surface makes it a popular photo spot for many visitors and photographers.
Hours of the nighttime light show： Winter（Oct-May）18:00-20:30，Summer（June-Sep）18:00-20:30
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
Former Residence of Tadae Eikichi
The former residence of Tadae 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.
Pingxi Old Street
One can visit the scene of the famous Taiwan movie “You’re the Apple of My Eye” where the male and female lead actors launched sky lanterns. Surrounding shops are mostly traditional mom and pop stores, hardware stores and eateries. You can see the simple lifestyles of the local residents. Rumblings can be heard whenever train passes over tracks on Pingxi Old Street and the well-known Taiwanese snack commercial “Everyone says good good eat” is shot on this very street of rail tracks. There are various local Taiwanese snacks on Pingxi Old Street. Don’t forget to try them, they will be worth the buy.