- Hsinchu Science Park
Hsinchu Science Park (HSP) was established in 1980. The Hsinchu Science Park is surrounded by the Industrial Technology Research Institute, National Tsing Hua University and National Chiao Tung University. The science park is currently the home of more than 500 high-tech companies focused on semiconductor, optic-electronic, information technology, and telecommunication. Hsinchu Sience Park also stimulates the economic development of Hsinchu city.
- Hsinchu Du Cheng Huang Temple
Du Cheng Huang Temple, which is a Grade II historic site in Taiwan, is located near the center of Hsinchu City. The structure was built over a span of more than two hundred sixty years.Due to its long history, the Temple is surrounded by traditional food shops and restaurants.
- Glass Museum
Glass Museum located in the Northwest direction of Hsinchu Park was built in 1936. It was reconstructed from the Autonomous Club House, and opened officially on December 18, 1999. Glass Museum, a non-profit permanent institution with industry upgrading. The establishment of Glass Museum successfully combines culture and sightseeing resources to promote Hsinchu glass industry. It’s not only bridging the connection with international glass art, but shaping Hsinchu city as the city of glass art.
- Neiwan old street
Neiwan Old Street smelt wonderfully nostalgic, and has tremendous and long history in the industrial economy and culture. In Neiwan, there are many scenery spots such as Neiwan suspension bridge, Neiwan old street; Neiwan train station is also a well-known spot which many tourists like to stay. Neiwan street is the major road in Jianshih areas where forestry were flourishing. Those traditional houses on it have a unique historical significance. When you come to the Neiwan street, please take the opportunity to taste the delicious wild ginger flower rice dumpling, Hakka Lei Cha, Hakka mochi and other specialties. It will be an unforgettable experience.