1、Do you offer free Wi-Fi access?
We offer free wireless Internet access through CKSMH Free WiFi and iTaiwan.
Service Coverage: Nine Wi-Fi hotspot locations in Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and the surrounding park’s roofed corridors. These include the Gate of Great Loyalty, Gate of Great Piety, classroom No. 2 in the park area, Educare Service Center, Yun Han Pond, and around the park restrooms.
2、Flag-raising times at Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
The flag-raising and lowering ceremonies are divided into summer and winter schedules. The summer schedule runs from April 1 to September 30 each year, with the flag raised every morning at 6:00 am and lowered at 6:10 pm in the evening.
During the winter season, which runs from October 1 to March 31 each year, the flag is raised at 6:30 am every morning and lowered at 5:10 pm every afternoon.
3、What are the opening and closing times for the main hall and the on/off times for park lighting?
The main hall’s “Three-Level Lights” and the park lights are usually turned on at sunset in accordance with the Central Weather Bureau's automated schedule. On holidays, the roof lights (including the main hall, Gate of Great Loyalty, Gate of Great Piety, and Liberty Square Arch) are also automatically turned on at sunset. The lights are turned off at midnight on both regular days and holidays.
4、On the issue of vehicles driving too fast in the park.
The circular path and roadside parking lot within the park are only accessible to those who have applied and been approved for business purposes. According to the CKSMH "Vehicle Control and Parking Management Guidelines,” vehicles being driven within the park must not exceed a speed of 20 kilometers per hour, and horns must not be used without reason. Temporary passes issued to drivers also include a warning to drive slowly (speed limit of 20 km/h), yield to pedestrians, and park in designated areas. To strengthen management, all security personnel are requested to remind drivers of these rules and to enforce them upon entry.
5、Is smoking allowed in the park?
This outdoor area is a public space for leisure and entertainment. Article 19, Section 1, Clause 1 and Section 2 of the Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act allow for the setting up of smoking areas, as long as clear no-smoking signs or signs indicating that smoking is only allowed in the designated areas are placed at the entrance and other appropriate locations. Per these regulations, we have set up one designated smoking area within the park (near the Qinmin Exercise Area). Smoking and non-smoking areas are separated to ensure no disturbance between smokers and non-smokers. This protects the health rights of non-smokers while also considering the needs and rights of smokers, who can smoke in an appropriate location. To protect visitors' quality of experience, we have posted notices at all major park entrances in accordance with the law, clearly stating that smoking is prohibited throughout the park except in the designated smoking area. We have also instructed our security personnel to increase patrols throughout the park and to advise anyone caught smoking in violation of the rules to stop. If they refuse to comply, we will report them to the appropriate authorities in accordance with Article 2 of the Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act.
6、Does the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall provide luggage storage services?
Yes, please contact the information desk at 02-2343-1100, ext. 1124.
7、On excessive noise levels in the park disturbing the peace and quiet.
If members of the public come across excessive noise, please call security at 02-2343-1100, ext. 1178 to report it, which will then investigate and provide guidance.
8、Suggestions for increasing the size of the national flag in the square.
Our flagpole here stands at a height of 30 meters, which is different from the usual flagpole height. The longer a flagpole, the more it is affected by the wind at its tail end. If we increase the size of the national flag, it may be subjected to greater wind force than it can withstand. This may cause the flagpole to bend, which would be difficult to repair and expensive to replace. Moreover, if the size of the national flag exceeds the height of the average person, it may cause inconvenience during the flag-raising ceremony. Therefore, considering all these factors, the current length of the flagpole and the size of the national flag are appropriate, and we consider it advisable to maintain the current size of the national flag.
9、What time does the changing of the guard take place each day?
The Memorial Hall is open every day from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, except when it is closed for special occasions such as Chinese New Year's Eve, the first day of the Chinese New Year, 228 Memorial Day, annual maintenance days, or when natural disasters cause the suspension of work in Taipei City.

* Daily times for the changing of the guard:
Every day from 9 am to 5 pm, there is a ceremony for the changing of the guard on the hour every hour, with a total of 9 sessions:
Morning: 9:00 am, 10:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:00 noon
Afternoon: 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm
Each session takes approximately 10 minutes.
10、Can we hold an event in front of the arch at Liberty Square?
The plaza in front of the arch at Liberty Square is managed by the National Performing Arts Center’s National Theater and Concert Hall. To apply for use of the space, please call 02-3393-9732. The Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Park has a designated area east of the flag-raising platform that falls under our jurisdiction. Within the park, there are certain venues available for hosting events. However, applications must be made in accordance with the guidelines for facility application and usage. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact our Cultural Resource Division at 02-2343-1100, ext. 1157.