Lin Family Garden

In the mid 1800s, the Lin family built then lived in an expansive mansion, and today it can be toured as an example of Chinese garden architecture. It is actually relatively unknown and, therefore, relatively uncrowded. And there’s no admission fee! If you’re in Taipei,I recommend trying to go there, as it’s quite relaxing.

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