Ten Gu An
Ten Gu An

Ten Gu An

As early as 1896, the Japanese Hirata Gengo established Taiwan’s first Japanese hot spring hotel “Tiangouan” at Beitou. Today the main building has been torn down and only the stone stairs and the two pebble pillars are left for people to visit.
Beitou Park
Beitou Park

Beitou Park

Built in 1911, Beitou park is over one hundred years old. Along the sides of the park are the buildings of hot spring businesses, which have become the cultural center Beitou hot spring.
Beitou Library (Green Building)
Beitou Library (Green Building)

Beitou Library (Green Building)

Located in Beitou park, Beitou library is Tai-wan’s first green library and has won nu-merous architecture and design awards. In 2012, it was selected by an American website as one of the “25 most beautiful public li-braries in the world”
Ten Gu An
Ten Gu An

Ten Gu An

As early as 1896, the Japanese Hirata Gengo established Taiwan’s first Japanese hot spring hotel “Tiangouan” at Beitou. Today the main building has been torn down and only the stone stairs and the two pebble pillars are left for people to visit.
Beitou Hot Spring Museum
Beitou Hot Spring Museum

Beitou Hot Spring Museum

Built in 1913, it used to be Taiwan’s largest public baths. Now it is designated as a Grade Three historic site where newly-weds come to take wedding photos because of its elegant English building and luxuriant lawn.
Ten Gu An
Ten Gu An

Ten Gu An

As early as 1896, the Japanese Hirata Gengo established Taiwan’s first Japanese hot spring hotel “Tiangouan” at Beitou. Today the main building has been torn down and only the stone stairs and the two pebble pillars are left for people to visit.
Beitou Park
Beitou Park

Beitou Park

Built in 1911, Beitou park is over one hundred years old. Along the sides of the park are the buildings of hot spring businesses, which have become the cultural center Beitou hot spring.
Thermal Valley
Thermal Valley

Thermal Valley

One of the sources of Beitou’s hot spring, this spring can reach over 90℃ and its smoky and misty atmosphere has earned it the beautiful name“the mineral spring of jade dew”. The strongly acidic blue sulfur spring is said to be beneficial for the skin and joints.
Ten Gu An
Ten Gu An

Ten Gu An

As early as 1896, the Japanese Hirata Gengo established Taiwan’s first Japanese hot spring hotel “Tiangouan” at Beitou. Today the main building has been torn down and only the stone stairs and the two pebble pillars are left for people to visit.
Beitou Park
Beitou Park

Beitou Park

Built in 1911, Beitou park is over one hundred years old. Along the sides of the park are the buildings of hot spring businesses, which have become the cultural center Beitou hot spring.