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  • Shilin Night Market, Taipei

    Shilin Night Market

    The largest and most popular night market in the city. Join the locals and taste the amazing variety of Taiwanese snacks!

  • Taipei 101 Skyscraper, Taipei

    Taipei 101 Skyscraper

    A huge and amazing skyscraper that used to be the highest building in the world between 2004 and 2010. It is bamboo shaped and a must-see place for all who visit Taipei.

  • National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei

    National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

    A monument built in memory of Chiang Kai-shek. It is an amazing building that shows the respect of Taiwan people towards Chiang Kai-shek.

  • National Palace Museum, Taipei

    National Palace Museum

    This museum provides exhibitions of China's national cultural treasures taken from Beijing during the World War II. There are very impressive collections of art.

  • Mengjia Longshan Temple, Taipei

    Mengjia Longshan Temple

    A temple damaged during World War II and later renovated. It houses hundreds of beautiful Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian statues.

  • Maokong Area, Taipei

    Maokong Area

    This district is the biggest tea growing area in Taiwan. Its tea plantations look fabulous. It is also a center of tea culture in Taipei with many teahouses.

  • Thermal Valley, Taipei

    Thermal Valley

    An area full of hot springs, it is considered to be one of the most interesting places in Taipei. The temperature of local hot springs ranges from 80°C-100°C.

  • National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Taipei

    National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

    A memorial dedicated to the Dr. Sun Yat-sen, that contains expositions about his life and his struggle for freedom of China. It also serves as cultural center.

  • Taipei Zoo, Taipei

    Taipei Zoo

    This is one of the ten largest zoos in the world. The zoo is world-known for its breed of Asian elephants. Kids will love this place.

  • Guanghua Market, Taipei

    Guanghua Market

    A place where you can buy everything related to electronics and various gadgets. People who like modern technology will spend hours here.

  • Nanjichang Night Market, Taipei

    Nanjichang Night Market

    If you don't enjoy the bustling markets, try this one: really off the beaten path, visited only by the locals.

  • 228 Memorial Peace Park, Taipei

    228 Memorial Peace Park

    The park with 228 Memorial Museum and 228 Memorial Monument. It commemorates the victims of anti-government protests in 1947. The museum is very interesting.

  • Taipei Martyrs' Shrine, Taipei

    Taipei Martyrs' Shrine

    It is a magnificent memorial built to honor soldiers who died during the War of Resistance against Japan and the civil war in China.

  • Xiaonanmen Gate, Taipei

    Xiaonanmen Gate

    One of the last remaining parts of the city fortification. It was destroyed during the World War II, but later reconstructed.

  • Tianhou Temple, Taipei

    Tianhou Temple

    An interesting temple right in the heart of Taipei. It has nice interior and is dedicated to the principle deity Mazu.

  • National Theater & National Concert Hall, Taipei

    National Theater & National Concert Hall

    It is the main cultural venue in Taipei, both buildings are designed in a traditional Chinese style. If you want to watch a play or enjoy concert, you should visit it.

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