Timings : Tuesday - Sunday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Xinbeitou is the northernmost district of Taipei and is popular getaway from the rush of the city, most famous for it's hot springs.
From Taipei main station, you take the rapid train to Beitou and from you change for Xinbeitou and as soon as you get off here, you will be in a totally different world. There is a sudden change in scenery - from the bustling city to the calm mountains. There is a Hot Spring Museum located right as you enter Xinbeitou, taking you into the history of the Japanese culture of spring baths. Xinbeitou's hot springs owe their existence to the volcanic mountain of Yang Ming Shan. The opportunity to bathe in a relaxing hot spring is provided by a plethora of hotels and resorts in the area, including the Millennium Bath Spring which is actually run by the government. Other attractions in Beitout are the Thermal Valley, where you will find steaming hot springs out in the open. The Beitou Branch of the Taipei library is quite scenic as well, surrounded by lush gardens and trees. The Plum Garden is another historic site, showcasing many features of the Japanese culture.
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