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Visa-free Taiwan for Filipinos: Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall Complex

After leaving our things at a locker and eating breakfast, we rode the red line to Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. 


Make sure to buy a transportation card before your trip 'cause that will save you the hassle of having to compute your fare and buying a single journey ticket every time.


The complex is just two stations away from Taipei Main Station when riding the red line. 


This should've been just a quick stop but it was raining so we had to wait and sit at the concert halls  first while waiting.




You can witness the changing of guards ceremony in Chiang Kai Shek. It's an hourly activity there. 


I wasn't sure if it was proper to take a selfie here, it's a memorial hall after all but the others were doing it and so I did.



While waiting for the rain to stop, we watched people doing yoga, muay thai, dancing and other things. This place is like Quezon City's Quezon Memorial Circle... only it's rectangle and wider and cleaner. :)))


I was looking forward to having my photo taken with this gate but boy, it was bigger than expected. 


The rain didn't completely stop but we decided to go back to the train station because we can't allow it to delay us any further. From there, we rode the red line to transfer to brown line which took us directly to the entrance of Taipei Zoo. 


Taipei Zoo link: here.

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