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Hsinchu has a certain charm that many travelers find simply bewitching. Life is neither as fast-paced nor hectic as Taiwan's bigger cities, which is a big attraction. There are many things to see and do in Hsinchu, and most of them are found around the older part of the city.
The market stalls in front of the temple offers tempting varieties of Taiwanese street food. The Gangnan Coastal Area and canal used to be a swimming beach for locals but, seeing the potential as a nice attraction site, the city government took steps to develop the canal area.
Today it features numerous facilities including shady picnic spots, beautiful bridges and bicycle paths. The canal is equally as picturesque at night. Also known as the Ching-Tsao Lake, this scenic spot is highly popular among couples — so popular in fact, that some have been known to propose to their loved ones by the lake.
The island in the middle of the lake is especially charming. You can reach it across the decorative Yingyue Bridge and, once there, can enjoy the simple but pretty garden. There are both saplings and trees as old as 50 years and above. You can learn more about the Taiwan acacia, eucalyptus, Ceylon olive and plenty of other species. This high-tech town is surrounded by a manmade lake and a spacious park. There are also barbecue pits for those who want to indulge in a bit of picnicking.
You do, however, need to ask permission from the Hsinchu Science Park authorities beforehand. Hsinchu Zoo may not be the biggest in the region, but it is quite possibly one of the best maintained. Adept staff members conscientiously care for its inhabitants. The Primate Enclosure is one of its most popular spots — the chimpanzees are a hit with both children and adults alike.