Formosa Boulevard MRT station
The station is a three-level, underground station with an island platform and two side platforms. It is located at the junction of Jhongjheng and Jhongshan Road and has 11 exits. The Orange Line station is 334 metres long, while the Red Line station is 209 metres long.The station is known for its "Dome of Light", the largest glass work in the world. It was designed by Italian artist Narcissus Quagliata. It is 30 metres in diameter and covers an area of 2,180 square metres. It is made up of 4,500 glass panels. The dome will be offered as venues for weddings
Dragon and Tiger Pagodas
The towers has the height of seven stores, has set up to stand on the lake. In front of the buildings have their own dragon and tiger statue, the visitors can as the tower’s body as road, entering the dragon’s mouth and coming out from the tiger’s mouth, it means auspicious. The towers communicate with shore by 9 bend bridge; it corresponded to the surface of lake. There are painted with China's Filial Piety sub illustration in the Dragon tower and painted the twelve Magi and the Jade Emperor thirty Palaces in Tiger tower.
Spring and Autumn Pavilions
It was established in 1953, were two Chinese palace-style pavilions. Spring and Autumn Pavilions named from the Spring Pavilion and Autumn Pavilion. Each of these two is four stores and octagonal, green tiles and yellow walls, like an antique pagoda reflected in the water. And they communicate with each other by 9 bend bridge, also called ‘Spring and autumn Royal Pavilion’, set up by commemorated ‘The Martial Saint, Lord Kua’. There is a Guanyin statue which is riding a dragon in the front end of the Spring and Autumn Pavilions. According to local legend, the Goddess of Mercy had rode the dragon appeared in the clouds and instruct followers to build icon as the form of its coming out between the Spring Pavilion and Autumn Pavilion; Therefore, now there is a Guanyin statue which is riding a dragon.