The Taipei Guest House , which is the walled-off mansion near the presidential office and which once served as the governor-general’s house during the Japanese period, will be open to the public today from 8 to 4.
I don’t know just how “open” that means. When I visited perhaps six years ago we weren’t given anything close to a complete tour. Instead, we were led through the main entrance and then straight out the back door. But we could wander around the outside and see the house up close for a change.