With the arrival of spring, many gardens and parks in Taiwan are hosts to a wide range of blossoming flowers.
Visitors can take advantage of the season to grab some #Instaworthy pictures, in particular, at the Hsinchu Park where around 850 cherry blossom trees have come into full bloom.
The vast Hsinchu Park is a popular playground for children, with a variety of play equipment and a large turf of grass with ample shade provided by the trees of the surrounding area, making it a good place for relaxation.
Nearly 850 cherry blossom trees in Hsinchu Park are in full bloom this spring, attracting Hsinchu residents to enjoy the blossoms and tour the surrounding attractions such as the Glass Museum of Hsinchu City, “Glass Studio + The Pool”, the Lakeside Pavilion, and the Hsinchu Zoo.
The most fantastic cherry blossom spot in Hsinchu Park is the “Cherry Blossom Slope” at the grand staircase plaza, which looks like a sea of pink clouds from afar and exudes a romantic atmosphere.
The “round plaza” is a place where you can enjoy and capture the beauty of being surrounded by cherry blossoms from a variety of different angles.
In addition, the lakeside pavilion, located next to a small pond, features four Japanese wooden houses with a beautiful view of cherry blossoms, creating a pseudo-foreign atmosphere that transports you to Japan in a second.
新竹公園 | Hsinchu Park
地址 | How to get there: 新竹市東區公園路一段Sec. 1,Gongyuan Rd., East Dist., Hsinchu City 300031, Taiwan (R.O.C.)