Chung Tai World Museum
Explore the Chung Tai World Museum and the Wood Sculpture Gallery to gain insights about the history and culture of Buddhism.
Surrounded by the natural environment of magnificent mountains in Puli Township, visit the Chung Tai World Museum and the Wood Sculpture Gallery. In th museum, the exhibits are organized into three main types: written words, images, and scriptures. The selections include inscription rubbings, Buddhist statues and artifacts, and stone Confucian classics and Buddhist sutras. At the Wood Sculpture Gallery of Chung Tai World Museum, you can explore the different wood sculptures and understand its influence in the history of Chinese art and culture.
09:00 am –05:00 pm
Closed: Every Monday (Open on national holidays and closed on the day following the holiday), Chinese New Year’s Eve and the day before, government-announced natural disasters, and other days announced by the Museum.
What You Get
Chung Tai World Museum
Adult: Age 7 to 64
- Chung Tai World Museum Main Building Admission Ticket
- Personal Expenses
- Free admission to Chung Tai World Museum for children below the age of 7 and seniors age 65 and above
- This ticket is available for both Chung Tai World Museum Main Building and Wood Sculpture Gallery
- Admission tickets are valid only on the same day of redemption (validated by the stamped date on tickets)
- Paper ticket is required to enter both the Museum and the Gallery
- Please keep the ticket properly. Neither reissue nor refund is allowed for any lost ticket.
- Repurchase is required if tickets are lost. Tickets will not be refundable once they are used or damage
- Any bags greater than A4 paper size (20 cm x 30 cm), umbrellas, selfie-sticks or water bottles must be checked in at the information desk or stored in the coin-operated lockers.
- Please dress appropriately. No undershirts or flip-flops inside the museum
- Smoking, chewing gum or betel nuts are not allowed inside the museum
- Keep your voice low, and refrain from talking on cell phone inside the exhibition halls
- Photography, video recording, or touching objects on display are prohibited inside the exhibition halls
- Pets (except guide dogs), toys, dangerous articles, food or drink are not allowed into the museum. Guide dogs are allowed and must be leashed.
- For the museum closure due to weather or other irresistible factors, neither refund nor compensation can be made. Please visit another day
- For more information, please refer to the official website
How to Use
- Please present QR Code of your order to the staff for exchange the paper ticket at the information counter.
- Then, present your paper ticket to scan QR code by using machine at the entrance
Terms and Conditions
- Changi Recommends and the appointed operator will not be responsible for any accidents, loss of property or damaged caused by individual negligence
- The e-ticket/e-voucher cannot be exchanged for cash or used on more than one occasion
- Any alteration(s) on the e-ticket/e-voucher will not be accepted by Changi Recommends and the appointed merchant
- In the event of unforeseen circumstances that affects tour departure or ticket/voucher invalidity, customers will be notified and be advised accordingly
- No refunds will be entertained for cancellations
- There will be no refunds even if included items are not utilised by the visitor
- In the event of late comers/no show, it would be considered as cancellation and no refund will be given
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
How to Get There
Chung Tai World Museum:
No.8, Chung Tai Rd., Puli, Nantou County 54544, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Wood Sculpture Gallery:
No. 6, Chung Tai Rd., Puli, Nantou County 54544, Taiwan (R.O.C.)