National Palace & Shung Ye Museum


Dual entry to 2 of the best Taipei museums

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  • See both world-class museums in one day with discount
  • Gain access to National Palace Museum and Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines
  • Learn about the rich history and life of the indigenous tribes in Taiwan at the Shung Ye Museum with 3D film and English Introduction
  • Visit the famed jadeite cabbage carving plus other impressive pieces at the National Palace Museum
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  • Amy 10 Apr 2019
    These 2 places are not far to each other but you have to go to Shung Ye Museum first for getting ticket or you can't go to National Palace at the begin of trip. But still, it's a good deal for ticket!!!

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What To Expect

The National Palace Museum boasts one of the largest collections of Chinese art in the world, encompassing calligraphy, ceramics and paintings. There are typically multiple exhibitions held simultaneously alongside the vast collection on rotation so there's always something new to explore. A short walk will take you to the Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines - its collection highlights the life of fourteen recognised indigenous tribes in Taiwan. With a wide coverage of the festivals, agriculture, belief systems and art of these tribes, cultural and historical buffs are sure to find something of interest.

Meat-shaped Stone on display at the National Palace Museum
See the famous Meat-shaped Stone carved out of jasper, one of the most popular pieces in the museum
chinese art collections on display at the National Palace Museum
Tour the National Palace Museum for exquisite Chinese art collections
Pottery figure of a standing lady with painted colors on display at the National Palace Museum
Follow the Treasure Hunting trail to see this ritualistic kneaded clay sculpture from the Tang dynasty
exterior of Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines
Check for free guided tours and talks which are available at both museums on certain days
chinese art collections on display at the National Palace Museum
Hop from one exhibit to another and gain significant insight on local history, heritage, and culture
chinese art collections on display at the National Palace Museum
Satiate your curiosity with the numerous selection pieces on display for an engaging day ahead
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Additional Information


  • Go to Shung Ye Museum first to redeem tickets
  • Picture-taking and video-shooting are prohibited inside the exhibition halls (unless authorized otherwise). Visitors are required to leave their cameras and filming equipment inside their personal bags or in the museum checkroo

Additional Information:

  • Free entry for Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines: children under age 7
  • Free entry for The National Palace Museum: children & teenagers under age 18
  • The National Palace Museum provides guided tours, please check the official website for more details
  • Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines provides free guided tours at 2:00pm every Saturday and Sunday
  • The National Palace Museum free entry days: 1 Jan (New Year's Day); 18 May (International Museum Day); 27 Sept (World Tourism Day); and 10 Oct (National Day)
  • Taiwan Citizens may visit the exhibitions free of charge between 6:30pm and 9:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Please present Taiwanese ID. If the combo ticket has been redeemed, no refund will be issued
How To Use
  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher at **Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines **to redeem both physical tickets.
  • The voucher is valid on any day before May 31, 2019
  • After redeeming the voucher, no validation is needed for the physical tickets, and you can visit the 2 museums on different dates

Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines

National Palace Museum

Cancelation Policy
  • Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made prior to redemption of the voucher
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Reviews (755) 4.4
  • veronica louise lombo 14 Apr 2019
    It was a great and fun experience. The national palace and shung ye museum is a great proof that taiwan is rich in culture, the fastest and the most convenient way to experience different eras of the county and its people is to visit attractions like this.
  • choo chuan 5 Apr 2019
    Need to walk to Shung Ye Musuem first and walk back to National Palace Museum which will consume about 10 min walk from one place to another. It easy to redeem. You can take pictures in both of the musuem as long without flash on.
  • Surachai 7 Mar 2019
    Amazing collections of Chinese literatures, ceramics, paintings and many objects are inside this grand Palace. You should prepare half a day to tour around. The combo tickets are with the small tribal museum but it worths a visit.The 3D animation shows every hour. It is better to start here for an hour before the Palace Museum.
  • Lha 29 Dec 2018
    We took the MRT to Shilin station, then bus (see photo for bus number) to the museums. Both museums are a short walk away on the same street. Collected our tickets for both museums at the Shung Ye museum. No q, fast and easy. Admission is free for those below 17 years old at the National Palace museum. While for Shung Ye musuem, tickets is NTD100.
  • Christopher Dharell 23 Dec 2018
    Apparently, anyone could do without the nearby Shung Ye Museum, especially discovering it’s quite difficult to spot and the locals know little of it, even if it’s just in the vicinity. But it’s a cute addition: harmless, nothing much of significance. You’re lucky if you’re able to make it out of its interactive theater in the basement without shutting your eye. The National Museum is another story, though. Grand and covering a lot of territory, a couple of hours isn’t enough to completely immerse yourself in the information, history and culture the place shares.
  • Cody 28 Nov 2018
    Highly recommended tour. The bus is very comfortable and safe with free water. The tour guide Irene Hsu is the best. She and the driver were very nice, accommodating and entertaining lost tourists. The tour was very on time. Great experience all in all.
  • Patrick Foon Cheng 6 Nov 2018
    This museum was one of the best ones that I have ever visited. We spent so much time exploring this marvel of a building, for hours and hours. The English tour guide was so experienced, patient and knowledgeable about all the artifacts. I would recommend this to any of my friends or travelers who plan to visit Taiwan because this is a must see.
  • Melvin Merc 31 Oct 2018
    Visiting National Palace Museum and Shung Ye Museum should be on your bucket list when in Taipei. You will be fascinated by the rich history and culture of Taiwan. Be amuse by the hundreds, if not thousands, of chinese artifacts from different dynasties and regions. Klook's offer of a 2-in-1 combo entrance fee is way cheaper than when you get the admission tickets on site. It is also convenient to exchange your e-voucher to an actual ticket.
  • Jin Quan 6 Oct 2018
    Shung Ye museum gave me a good understanding of Taiwan’s history, especially when it came to the natives. Interesting exhibitions (though it’s a bit of a walk from National Palace Museum). Not much needs to be said about National Palace Museum - great exhibits with plenty of historical references. Must visit if you have an interest in Chinese history. Can get a little crowded at times - tour groups can crowd out an entire exhibit making the experience slightly unpleasant.
  • sharon 1 Oct 2018
    Purchasing ticket in advance saves you time and effort. Plus you get discounts and freebies. My ticket is bundled with a visit to Shun Ye Museum where you'll get to know the origin of Formosa and their original inhabitants. The museums are very close to each other. It's within walking distance. Visiting the Nat'l Palace is a Taipei Must. For a non-artist like me, I can only limitedly explain that each floor offers different awesome artifacts and precious stones in intricate designs. The whole place is very organize. They offer lockers for your belongings and NOT ALLOWED items, leaflets as your guide if you opt not to join a guided group and translator headsets. There is also a cafe/resto to feed your growling tummy.
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