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There are over 100 mini worlds in the Window On World Theme Park. Every little detail, from the number of bricks on the mini buildings to the plants, has the correct proportions. If any of the proportions are wrong, then everything has to be rebuilt. The scale of the miniature buildings is 1/25 of the original size, a proportion that best shows the refined beauty of each architecture. Visitors can now travel around the world to appreciate perfect and realistic architecture from all over the world, and not have to leave Taiwan.

Window On World Theme Park became an indoor theme park in 1993 when they fulfilled their dream of creating a colorful, gorgeous, mysterious, and warm and happy indoor amusement park that can be enjoyed no matter what the weather is. In 2004, the management team conceived a new goal: Create a recreation spot where visitors can stay in one place instead of hopping to various amusement parks to enjoy land and water activities in the hot summer days from day to night. As a result, a number of water play facilities that can be enjoyed by the whole family were gradually introduced. Furthermore, the Jumbo Wave Water Park established in 2008 provides visitors with the ultimate cool and fun water play paradise. It has Asia’s highest - 12-story high – water rollercoaster, children’s most enamored Family Water Castle, Thunderstorm, Nile Beach, Baby Captain and Water Mania, a water maze imported and produced by White Water of Canada. All of these facilities satisfy children and adults and provide a fun and safe place for families to have fun during their vacation time. In 2014, the Fun Ball Battle was establishing, featuring a fun-generating space designed by the creators of the popular Legoland resort in North America. The spacious interactive indoor space provides a spot for families to have fun regardless of weather conditions. There are also four wonderful playhouses available. Elderly visitors can take advantage of this space to take a rest! Window On World Theme Park is definitely your first choice for a family vacation.

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(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)
Transportation:
  1. Nat'l Fwy 1 → Exit at the Yangmei Interchange → Xiaoqian Rd. → Laozhuang Rd. → Sec. 2 to 1, Yangtong Rd. → Sec. 1 to 2, Zhongyuan Rd. → Gaoyuan Rd.
  2. Nat'l Fwy 3 → Exit at the Longtan Interchange → County Hwy 113B → Sec. 1, Dachang Rd. → Prov. Hwy 3 → Sec. 1 to 2, Zhongyuan Rd. → Gaoyuan Rd.
Public:
  1. Take TRA to Zhongli Station, transfer Hsinchu Bus 5653 (bound for Leofoo Village) to the Window on China Theme Park stop.
  2. Take Taipei MRT to Shongshan Airport Station, transfer Tailian Bus 5350 (bound for Leofoo Village & Window on China Theme Park) to the Window on China Theme Park stop.
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Last update time: Jan 02, 2024
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