Opened in 1980, the Memorial Hall is constructed in three stories with broad and solid foundations that symbolise ‘Jhung Jheng’ (impartial and righteous). The octagonal roof design features many ‘ren’ (Man) motifs on the very top, symbolising the unification of Man and Heaven. The roof is fashioned in the form of the Altar to Heaven and covered with blue glazed tiles, reflecting the sunlight.
The Memorial Hall is surrounded by 25 hectares of garden and the site also features the National Opera House and the National Concert Hall.
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is well connected to all parts of the City through the underground system (MRT – CKS Memorial Hall Station) and is served by numerous bus routes.