Taipei Water Festival 2018

07-01-18 09:00 - 08-31-18 18:00

The 2018 Taipei Water Festival

The Taipei Water Festival 2018 promises to be one of the events for those seeking to beat the blazing summer holiday heat.

Taipei Water Festival

Source: Taipei Water Festival 2017, Travel Taipei

The public is invited to take part in the opening event of the festival, organized by the Taipei Water Department, with the collaboration of National Taxation Bureau.

In addition to the standard facilities at the Taipei Water Park, the organizers have also constructed a sprinkler corridor at the Fountain Garden Plaza. As a result, there will be a variety of water-spraying devices in the area, kids will be able to enjoy watery fun without needing to visit the pool. At the same time, a display featuring water pipes, swim rings, and animals has been installed next to the Fountain Garden Plaza as well, offering visitors a place to take their selfies.

Taipei Water Festival 2018

Source: Taipei Water Festival 2017, Travel Taipei


The 2018 Taipei Water Festival will last from June 30th through to August 31st.
Date and Times:
June 30 (Opening Day): 9 AM – 5 PM
July 1 – August 31 (9 AM – 6 PM)
Closed on Mondays

Admission fee

The admission is free for everyone throughout this event.


English address: Taipei Water Park – No. 1, Siyuan St, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100
Chinese address: 100台北市中正區思源街1號


Take the Green Line to MRT Gongguan Station. Leave via Exit 4 and proceed in the direction of Shiyuan Road and Dingzhou Street. The walk takes about 7 minutes.

Contact details

Tel numbers:
(1) Taipei Water Park (TEL: 02-8369-5104).
(2) Information on Uniform Invoice Donation Drive (TEL: 02-2506-3050, ext. 5221 Ms. Tao).

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