Da An Park
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 97%Family Travelers
- 67%Budget Travelers
- 67%Green Travelers
Member Reviews (4)
- Da An ParkOct 23, 2013
When I worked at AIT I used to take my lunch breaks in Daan Park, just a five minute walk away. It's a lush, green space in the middle of the city that is perfect when craving a little bit of nature. A lot of kids, bikes, and people just walking around. On the metro side, the park is lined with a ton of street vendors - grab a plate of lo mein and sit on one of the many park benches to enjoy the scenery, then take a stroll around the small lake.
- Da An ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Aug 31, 2013
There is something for everyone at Taipei's largest park. Jogging, exercise stops, children's play area, bird watching, a nature trail, a fish filled pond (no fishing permitted), sitting areas - they are all here. A marvelous piece of nature in the middle of the city.
- Da An ParkJul 04, 2012
This is akin to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, but more wide open space, less shrubbery. A good place to be to get away from the city life, without treking to the suburbs. Go during certain times of the year for some mild surprises/promotions/celebrations/performances. Great for a stroll, for families (there's a fairly decent kids playground there, good fun when it is not raining) or to work up an appetite on the way to Xinyi district (e.g. Din Tai Fung, Tu Hsiao Yeh, Yong Kang street).Recommended for:Family Travelers