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Taipei Gu Gong Museum

  • By on September 17, 2010 | No Comments

    The National Palace Museum, Gu Gong is an art museum in Taipei and also the Chinese name for the Forbidden City in Beijing. So our 5th day in Taiwan begins with the visit to Gu Gong, get ready guys.

    The admission fees to Gu Gong (故宫) is 160NTD and definitely is worth for those antique lovers to see historical collection.

    Too bad camera is not allowed inside Gu Gong and I just manage to snap some picture outside the art museum 😀

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    How to go Gu Gong museum? We took MRT to Shilin station and switch to a public bus which travel around 30 minutes before reach the destination.

    Take the bus R30 (Red 30), no mistake on that 😀

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    We spent around three hours wandering around the Gu Gong museum for some historical studies.

    Quite tired in the end of the course 😉

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    Okay, let’s end the Gu Gong tour in this hot afternoon.

    It is too time to move on to night market for some snack. Yessss~

    ah hong

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