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Taipei Attractions

Places to visit, points of interest and top things to see in Taipei

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Taipei 101 (臺北 101) now takes the 3rd place of world's top building but it has been at the 1st place during 2004 -2010. It is also known by its green design and construction techniques which make itself a tallest Green building in the world. You are highly suggested to go to the observatory at 89th floor by taking the 2nd speedy elevator to have a magnificent bird's-eye view of Taipei City. You can have both daytime and nighttime view if you go nearly the time when sky turns dark, and you have another option to go 91st floor to experience outdoor height with your courage. Never miss the massive steel damper which balances the tower when encountering typhoon and earthquake.

Not only by its fame of high observatory, but also it is well known as an international financial center and a luxury shopping center in Taiwan. You are welcomed to visit the world branded shops and taste world cuisine in 5 stories side building... read more arrow
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Taipei Confucius Temple
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Spot-Taipei is a very popular theatre in Taipei, Taiwan. It is well known for it's international and romantic cinema.... read more arrow
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The Theatre Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, is part of the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall.... read more arrow
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The Ximen Redhouse is new building and young fashion spot that is near the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.... read more arrow
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The Zhinan Temple (or Chih Nan Gong) is part of the attractions within Maokong...... read more arrow
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The most popular spot in the Wenshan District of Taipei is Maokong (貓空). The name is from the special full of kettle holes terrain formed by water erosion. Take metro to Taipei zoo and transfer to Maokong Gondola, it will bring you into an unknown area inside the green. Get off in middle way, Chih Nan Gong (Chih Nan Temple) is built in 1890 where you can know about the god and goddess worshipped by Daoists. Enjoy the nature of tea farms by walking along Zhanghu Trail and Feilong Trail. Go to Three Stone Teapot Museum, Chang Nai-miao Memorial Hall and Taipei Tea Promotion Center for Tieguanyin and Baozhong can help you to know the tea history in Maokong, demonstrate how to make and taste tea. You can find some good tea houses for meal and desserts made with tea leaves and tasty tea, Muzha Tieguanyin and Wenshan Baozhong tea are most famous here... read more arrow
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The Guling Street Avant-Guarde Theatre in Taipei, Taiwan, is a small theatre with a baroque architecture. It was build in 1906 and also served as a police station and government building prior to its small audience theatre performances.... read more arrow
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The National Palace Museum (故宮博物院) in Taipei is one of the museum owned most collections of Chinese art and historical artifacts in the world. You may know there is a The Forbidden City in Beijing, China also called The Palace Museum (故宮, Gu Gong), however, luckily you can addict to the insight of finest collections in Taipei as those legacy and imperial arts and crafts were moved to Taiwan in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek. It is never enough to take few hours to appreciate the artifacts as there are 690,000 pieces of collections displayed by rounds and themes in whole year.

Won't be satisfied by the historical things, you may easily reach other scenic places like Shilin Official Residence, National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine, Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines, Lin An-tai Historical House (Fujian-style architecture) and have various food options in the biggest night market in Northern Taiwan-Shilin Night Market... read more arrow

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