What’s a kid to do? Here’s a list of Taiwan’s Theme Parks along with contact info, ticket prices, etc. If you have experience, please post a note in the comments to let fellow readers know what you think.
Each of Taiwan’s Theme Parks focus on different thematic activities such as folk culture, architecture or recreation.
New Taipei City – Formosa Fun Coast
Address: No.1-6, Xiaguzi, Bali Dist., New Taipei City 249, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
GPS: 25.144045, 121.390312
Located in Bali District of New Taipei City, Formosa Fun Coast is a large-scaled water amusement park in northern Taiwan. The amusement park features two main parks: water and adventure. Each park is equipped with numerous instruments from abroad. Formosa Fun Coast is a popular site for all ages to experience fun water activities and adventurous equipments.
Taoyuan – Window on China
Address: No.60-2, Henggangxia, Longtan Township, Taoyuan County 325, Taiwan
GPS: 24.832443, 121.187640
Located in Longtan Town of Taoyuan County, Taiwan, Window on China is one of Taiwan’s earliest theme parks. Established in 1984, the park is made up of 3 areas, including Mini World, a Water Park, and an Amusement Park. The Mini World is divided into Mini Taiwan, Mini China, Mini Asia, Mini Europe and Mini America, where visitors may find scale models of famous buildings and developments from each country or region.
Hsinchu – Leofoo Village Theme Park
Address: No.60, Gongzigou, Guanxi Township, Hsinchu County 30648, Taiwan
GPS: 24.825244, 121.180624
Located in Guanxi Town of Hsinchu County, Taiwan, Leofoo Village Theme Park is one of Taiwan’s most popular amusement parks. First established in 1994, the park features 4 areas, including African Safari, Wild West, South Pacific, and Arabian Kingdom.
Taichung – Yamay Recreation World
Address: No.115, Anmei Rd., Houli Dist., Taichung City 421, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
GPS: 24.320651, 120.693818
Located in the Houli District of North Taichung City, Yamay Recreation World encompasses both a regular theme park and a water park. It has the first ever, large scaled outdoor artificial wave pool in the entire south-east Asia. The artificial wave pool creates waves up to 2.4 meters high. There are also various waterslides, a surfing pool and the the Beach Theater where exotic music and dances are performed; a 270 meter long river-like pool and kids’ area with five different water slides especially designed for kids.
Nantou – Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village
Address: No.45, Jintian Ln., Yuchi Township, Nantou County 555, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
GPS: 23.868910, 120.947210
Located in Yichi Town of Nantou County, Taiwan, Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village is one of Taiwan’s first amusement parks opened in July 1986. With a total area of 62 hectares, adjacent to the world renowned Sun Moon Lake, the park is one of the most popular Taiwan theme parks for a variety of activities include aboriginal culture, fun rides, as well as cherry blossom festival and lavender festival in spring.
Yunlin – Janfusun Fancyworld Theme Park
Address: No.67, Dahukou, Gukeng Township, Yunlin County 646, Taiwan
GPS: 23.616217, 120.579217
Janfusun Fancyworld Theme Park is located in Gukeng Town of Yunlin County. Jianfusun is home to a wide variety of land and water rides, a gigantic Ferris Wheel, and splendid live shows, something for visitors of all ages. Sky Plaza is where visitors may find most of the thrilling rides, including an 88 meter tall Ferris wheel, and thrilling rides such as Diving Machine G5 and Insane Speed.
Kaohsiung E-DA World – E-DA Theme Park
Address: No.12, Sec. 1, Xuecheng Rd., Dashu Dist., Kaohsiung City 840, Taiwan
GPS: 22.730674, 120.408585
Kaohsiung E-DA World includes the Crowne Plaza Kaohsiung E-DA World Hotel and E-DA Skylark Hotel, the E-DA Outlet Mall, E-DA City. E-DA Theme Park is Taiwan’s first Aegean theme park, designed based on ancient Greek mythology and the image of Santorini Island. The park features more than 50 fun rides comprised in three major themed areas inspired by the Acropolis, Aegean Sea Village, and Trojan Castle.
Hualien- Farglory Ocean Park
Address: No.189, Fude, Shoufeng Township, Hualien County 974, Taiwan
GPS: 23.901319, 121.601546
Tickets: around $1000TWD, check the internet or local hotels for help with special discounts.
Located in Shoufeng Town of Hualien County, Taiwan, Hualien Farglory Ocean Park is one of the most visited stops by travelers. The park is Taiwan’s first marine-oriented park, comprised of eight zones that introduces wide arrays of ocean and marine life, fun rides, as well as dolphin and seal shows that will make your Hualien holiday a memorable one.