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Double Ten Day Float Theme Park to Open in Nangang

Double Ten Day Float Theme Park to Open in Nangang

A float parade will take place at the west district starting at noon on Double Ten Day!

Following the national day ceremony, the float parade – which features 46 elaborately decorated vehicles -- will set-off from the intersection of Yanping South Road and Changsha Street. The procession will proceed along Yanping South Road, Hengyang Road and Boai Road before reaching North Gate Plaza.

The parade will continue towards Zhongxiao East Road before arriving at the C3 zone beside Nangang Exhibition Center. The float fleet will park and be showcased at the venue as a major attraction of the “Double Ten Day Float Theme Park” until October 15. In addition to the nighttime float illumination show at 6 PM every day, the theme park will also present the “Ten Pupils Dance” to demonstrate the beauty of Taiwan.

Other highlights of the amusement park include Bravo the bear photoshoot location, balloon giveaway, sale of handicrafts from around the island, and stalls featuring Nantou’s tea, Nangang’s osmanthus products, Yilan’s metal artworks, Yingge’s ceramics, Tainan’s mango, Kaohsiung’s papaya milk, and Keelung’s tempura. What’s more, kids are welcome to take the Ferris wheel and carousel for free!

Individuals who visit the Double Ten Day Float Theme Park can take part in a Facebook raffle promising prizes such as Giant bicycles, Bravo push toys, and vouchers. Opening hours for the theme park are 5:30 PM to 9 PM on October 10, and 10 AM to 9 PM from October 11 through 15.

To reach the park, take MRT Bannan Line to Nangang Exhibition Center Station or MRT Wenhu Line to Nangang Software Park.

As a reminder, traffic control measures will be implemented between 1 PM and 3 PM for the following areas: west of Chongqing South Road (excluding the road), east of Zhonghua Road (excluding the road), south of Zhongxiao West Road (excluding the road), north of Aiguo West Road (including two westbound slow traffic lanes).

For detailed information on the event, please visit Travel Taipei: http://www.travel.taipei (Chinese)


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  • Updated: 2017/10/6 15:45
  • Reviewed: 2017/10/6 15:45

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government