Taipei Taipei has long been underrated as a destination for tourists, as a week or two here will surely prove. The city houses quite a number of excellent museums, galleries, and historical sights that are well worth visiting. Admittedly, the first impression made on most people is a crowded and polluted urban jungle, but in time the many charms and paradoxes of this exciting place will show themselves.
The National Theatre is one of two buildings, which compose the National Chiang Kai-shek Cultural Center. Demonstrating the artistic concepts of classical Chinese architecture, the National Theatre is modeled in the beautiful palace Ta-ho Hall. The dazzling theatre offers celebrated opera and theatre performances year-round.
address: Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, 21 Chungshan Road