Since T had to work on some reports and presentations on Saturday, we didn’t go out and I gave him time to finish his work stuff. It was also good timing because it kept raining the entire afternoon.
On Sunday, we decided to go to Taipei Children’s Amusement Park. It was a really hot day (even though it’s probably not gonna be obvious from the pictures) and we ended up sweating and being all disgusting (TMI).
The amusement park is a new attraction that opened to the public probably only last year. I’m not sure. I do know that it wasn’t there yet 3 years ago. I think there used to be a children’s center or something like that located somewhere else but it closed down, and this one opened (in another location).
Entrance fee costs 30NTD, and once you’re inside, there are 13 rides/attractions that you can choose from. You pay each time you want to ride an attraction with prices ranging from 20 or 30NTD. 8 rides cost 20NTD, and the remaining 5 rides cost 30NTD.
There’s also an arcade inside where we played basketball and table hockey. There are also 2 food courts with the food being more expensive than if you had the same exact food outside.
We spent the entire day there basically just riding the attractions, playing games in the arcade, having lunch and enjoying the air conditioning, and walking around the amusement park.
English Address: No. 55, Sec. 5, Chengde Road, Shilin District, Taipei City 11169
Chinese Address: 11169臺北市士林區承德路五段55號
Telephone Number: 02-218-12345
Operating Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays from 9am until 5pm (opens until 8pm on Saturdays)