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Taiwan Travelogue: 6 Kids-Friendly Amusement Parks in Your Itinerary

Planning a trip to Taiwan and travelling with kids? There are many kids friendly activities you can do over in Taiwan. Here, we pick out 5 amusement parks that can make your family trips with little ones extra enjoyable.

1: Taipei City Children’s Amusement Park

Opened on 16 December 2014, Taipei City Children’s Amusement Park is one of the top check-in locations in Taiwan. Barely 2 years since it opened, this amusement park has already won the hearts of many kids and those who are young at hearts. Be prepared for endless fun and thrills when you stepped into this awesome place.

Photo Credit: Taipei Children’s Amusement Park
Photo Credit: Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

Featuring 13 newly installed attractions such as flying swings, a Ferris wheel, pirate ship, rollercoaster and tree house, the 5-hectare park in Shihlin takes over the mantle of city entertainment from Taipei Children’s Recreation Center.

Photo Credit: Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

Taipei City New Children’s Amusement Park is suitable for kids. The opening hours, shuttle bus ritableoutes, children cart rental, 20 restaurants in the park, 14 hiking trails and water dispensers are all designed children and parent friendly.

For mummies out there, there are even four nursing rooms by the visitor center. Visitors can request sealable, personalizable bags to store breast milk in the refrigerators on site.

Photo Credit: Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

You know what, the best part of all is the affordable ticket prices! You sure can’t find this back in Singapore.

Ticket Types
Rides (note1)
Full price tickets
50% discount tickets
Ticket price
(NT$, tax included)
$30 $15 $30 (5 rides)
$20 (8 rides)

Note 1: The 13 rides in our Park are pay per ride, there are no concessions.
Note 2: The higher ticket price of NT$30 is charged for the Roller Coaster, Ferris Wheel, Bumper Cars, Drop Tower and Swing Ship.

Opening Hours:

9:00 to 17:00 Tuesday to Sunday
9:00 to 20:00 on Saturdays, Winter and Summer Vacation

How to get here:

MRT Bus Transit
MRT Jiantan Station (Exit 1) → Busses 41, 529 → Taipei Children’s Amusement Park
MRT Shilin Station (Exit 1) → Busses Red 30, shuttle 255, 620 → Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

Shuttle 255,Red 30,620,41→Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

By Car
National Highway No.1
Drive to Songjiang Road interchange, then take Minzu East Road, turn onto Zhongshan North Road, then Zhongzheng Road, and finally onto Shishang Road.

Drive to Chongqing North Road interchange, take Chongqing North Road, then Bailing Bridge, go on Zhongzheng Road, and finally onto Shishang Road.

Free Shuttle Bus
Route no.1
Shilin MRT Station Exit no.1
Sat, winter and Summer vacation
08:00 to 21:00 every 4 to 6 min.

Route no.2
Jiantan MRT Station Exit no.1
08:00 to 18:00 every 4 to 6 min.

Route no.3
Shilin MRT Exit no.1 – Jiantan MRT Station Exit no.1
Tuesday to Friday
08:00 to 18:00 every 12 to 15 min.

2: Leo Foo Village Theme Park (Hsinchu County)

Located in Hsinchu County, Taiwan, Leofoo Village Theme Park has four theme areas – “Wild West”, “South Pacific”, “Arabian Kingdom” and “African Safari”. The Leofoo Village Theme Park was originally established in 1979 as Leofoo Wildlife Park. In 1989, the wildlife park was reestablished to Leofoo Village Theme Park.

Photo Credit: Leo Foo Village Theme Park

No lack of thrills, there are more than 30 thrilling roller coasters for you to indulge. Quite impossible to cover all the rides within a day … so it may be a good idea to stay near here which brings us to the next attraction.

Photo Credit: Leo Foo Village Theme Park

The ticket prices.

306, Taiwan, Hsinchu County, Guanxi Township, 仁安里拱子溝60號
Click here to know how to get there by different modes of transport.

Opening Hours:

9:00 to 17:00

Adjacent to the Leofoo Village Theme Park is “Leofoo Resort Guanshi”. These 161 rooms are modeled after African Safari styles and it is Asia’s only Resort that employs natural habit and herbivore as design inspirations. Do you like the idea of waking up in the morning at your hotel room being greeted by wild life? How cool is that! 🙂

Photo Credit: Leofoo Resort Guanshi


60, Gungtzgou, Renan Li, Guanshi Town, Hsinchu County, Taiwan 30648(Leofoo Village Theme Park)

3: Window on China Theme Park (Taoyuan)

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 consisted of 3 areas, including Mini World, Water Park, and Amusement Park.
Photo Credit: Window on China Theme Park
As the words “The Mini World” go, it is self explanatory. This section is divided into Mini Taiwan, Mini China, Mini Asia, Mini Europe and Mini America. Just imagine yourself as a giant among these tiny structures.
Photo Credit: Window on China Theme Park

The Amusement Park is fitted with a number of rides that are suitable for family and young kids. There are Euro Riverboat, Wipe Out, Merry-go-round, Little Pilot, as well as tour train, which leads visitors on an adventure around the park. The Water Park is equipped with a number of exciting water slides and rides for visitors to enjoy a cool summer.

Photo Credit: Window on China Theme Park
Admission Fare
Ticket Types Adult Student School Children Kids Discounts
Price 799 NTD 699 NTD 599 NTD 499 NTD 399 NTD
Promotion 450 NTD 399 NTD
Group Please reserved in advance

Opening Hours:

Weekdays: 9:00 to 16:30

Weekends: 9:30 to 17:00

4: Blacklight Mini Golf (Taichung)

Not very often you get to read bloggers introducing Taichung and such. I bet to differ. There are definitely kids activities galore here! This is Taichung’s only miniature golf course. Minigolf is easy to play and fun for all ages. This indoor entertainment requires no training and all you need to do is to come and play!

Photo Credit: Minigolf

Each game about an hour and it cost NTD $200 per person.

Photo Credit: Minigolf
Tel: 04-2326-4653
Address: 39-B1 Jingcheng 16th Street, West District, Taichung City 403
Opening Hours:
Wednesday-Friday 14:00-21:00
Saturday-Sunday 13:00-21:00

5: Janfusun Fancyworld Theme Park (Yunlin)

Janfusun Fancyworld Theme Park is located near the city of Douliu, which is about 2 1/2 hour of train cum bus ride from Taichung. Opened in 1990 with an area about 60 hectares, Jianfusun is the only amusement park in Taiwan that features both land and water-based rides.

Photo Credit: Janfusun Fancyworld

The Sky Plaza has many world-class rides that only Janfusun Fancyworld has in Taiwan, such as the Sky Jet roller coaster and the Diving Machine G5. Occupying more than 16,528 square meters of space, do you know that Janfusun Kiddy Land is Taiwan’s largest children’s amusement park? Needless to say, this is suitable for the whole families to explore. Your little ones will surely love Janfusun Fancyworld to bits!

Janfusun Fancyworld


Types Fare Group
(30 people above )
Adult $799
(original $899)
$699 ※Adults
$699 $650 ※Students at junior high school level and above,military and police personnel.
Student $599 $550 ※Student of elementary school between 120cm-150cm height.
Senior $399 $350 ※Ages 60 and over

Child /
disabled people

$350 $300 ※Child between 100cm-120cm height.
※People holds a disabled brochure.
Afternoon ticket $490 $450 ※ From 12 p.m.
※Guest over 120cm height ( including adult)
Night light $399 $350 ※Entry after 15:00 noon
※Guest over 120cm in height ( including adult )
※People who buy $399 Night light ticket can get a meal before 12/31.
Photo Credit: Janfusun Fancyworld


No. 67, Dahukou, Yongguang Village, Gukeng Township, Yunlin County 646, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Opening Hours:

Weekday (Monday – Friday) 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM (The park will gradually start to close at 4:30 PM)
Weekend (Saturday – Sunday) 9:00 AM – 5:20 PM (The park will gradually start to close at 4:50 PM)

6: Ferris Wheel & Amusement Park @ Dream Mall (Kaohsiung)

If you think Vivo City of Singapore is huge, you should visit Kaohsiung and explore Dream Mall. It’s much much bigger than Vivo City and it’s the biggest mall in Taiwan and East Asia. Excluding 2 basement levels, visitors can expect to explore up to 9 levels of shopping, food and dining. But that’s not all, go up to the last level and you find yourself stepping into a whole new world in the Ferris Wheel and Amusement Park.

There is also a 36-carriage Ferris wheel that is 102.5 meters tall and takes about 15 minutes to finish one rotation. From there, you can appreciate the city and harbor of Kaohsiung.

Can’t get enough of fun? Hop onto the viking and be whisked away! More rides up next 🙂

Sky Bicycle.

Swing Boat.

Forest Train.

No. 789, Zhonghua 5th Rd, Qianzhen District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 806
Opening Hours:
11am to 10pm

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