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【About Pine Garden】 The Hualien Harbor Military Command of old is today's Hualien Pine Garden Park. The Command was built in 1942 by the Japanese who chose the site for its height advantage. From the command, you can see both the mouth of the Meilun...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
No. 65, Songyuan St., Hualien City, Hualien City 970, Taiwan
Fascinating place with great views. The history is interesting and provides insight into the history and Japanese occupation of Taiwan though we did most of this via our phones in a quiet corner of the main building. The bunker is interesting and well maintained. Signage...More
Attractions filled with feelings of the old days, especially for poets to go, great mood, there will be held art exhibitions, very good. Entry tickets are also shopping coupons. It is recommended to spend an hour to visit, half an hour to sit down...More
If you want to get pictures of Hualien from top, this is one of the places to go. You can spot the sea, mountains, river across Hualien City and parts of the city. Also, the Pine Garden is a very peaceful place to relax, worth...More
Pine Garden was built during the Japanese occupation as a military command post. Pine trees, imported from Japan were planted here. Many are now suffering from disease but are still impressive. The grounds are peaceful. The buildings are only of historical value and are not...More
It was 50 NT to get in. My favorite thing here was the bomb shelter, I actually almost missed it. It's on the North side of the building. The view was also beautiful. The building had an art gallery in it. There were a lot...More
Came here for the history and heritage but was disappointed. Not much information available and information on the walls was only available in mandarin so if you can't read Chinese it is difficult to understand much as the English brochure provided minimal content.