Things to do for Art & Design Lovers in Taiwan 

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    Taipei 101 (台北101)

    126 reviews

    Once, the tallest building in the world. From the outlook, you can tell Taipei 101 is an unique place. The observation deck is the best place to look down the city. (go up there when it's clear!) Just like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Taipei 101 is worth visiting at least once if you are in Taipei.

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    National Palace Museum

    50 reviews

    When Chiang Kai-shek fled to Taiwan in 1931, he also brought along the world's largest collection of ancient Chinese artifacts. Today, the National Palace Museum houses this collection. It'll take a whole day—and a good pair of walking shoes—to take in all the artwork at the museum, but it is well-worth it. You won't find a more well-preserved and more ...

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    Eslite Bookstore Xinyi Branch

    5 reviews

    In the US, bookstores seem to be going the way of dinosaurs, but certainly not here. The Eslite bookstore in the Xinyi district of Taipei is just a block from Taipei 101, and offers 6 floors of shopping. But wait, this not like any normal bookstore, it also offers unique mini stores with lots of eclectic goods, clothing, luggage, home ...

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    中正紀念堂 Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

    18 reviews

    Set in a large park reminiscent of China's Tiananmen square, the CKS Memorial Hall is a great place to learn more about the early years of the establishment of Taiwan and the early government. It is great place to visit for history buffs and sightseers alike.

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    Danshui Lover's Bridge

    3 reviews

    Great spot for a photo shoot with your significant's really beautiful at night!

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    2 reviews

    Great place to walk around with kids. Always some exhibit going on. There's an Eslite department store there. Lots of interesting stores

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    Taipei 101

    9 reviews

    If malls must exist then this is the way it should be done although my five star rating is based more on the building, the high speed elevator to the top and the engineering skills that made this the world's tallest building for a while. It continues to be the world's greenest tall building.

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    National Theater

    3 reviews

    Along with the National Concert Hall, which it faces, and the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall to its left, the National Theater forms a triangle of buildings in Liberty Square. Along with the Concert Hall, the National Theater was one of the first modern performance venues established in Asia. While paying homage to classical Chinese tradition, the Concert Hall and the ...

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  • 9

    National Concert Hall

    4 reviews

    I actually had attended a concert here a few years ago and the acoustics were very good. It's a large, elegant and modern amphitheater built in the classic Chinese style. Even if you're not going to a concert, it's worth dropping by to see along with the national theater and Memorial Hall.

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  • 10

    Taipei Fine Arts Museum

    3 reviews

    for my expirience party to the beat

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    National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall

    31 reviews

    What a stunning landmark. Those who want to take full advantage of their digital SLRs and have a lust for lenses, might want to try snapping pictures of the gate and the building at night, which will yield a different character and atmosphere.

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  • 12

    National Museum of History

    6 reviews

    If you wanted to see something rare pieces of Chinese culture and art, you'll be more likely to find it here than in China. Something about the Nationalists being less smashy, smashy than the Communists. Anyways, it's easy enough to get to by public transportation. It's a small space, but it's an easy hour to spend some time.

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  • 13

    Shilin Night Market

    74 reviews

    This is the largest and most popular night market in Taipei. You would need a month if you wanted to fully explore every part of this night market. There are shops everywhere selling amazing food. You can also buy locally designed clothes and shoes, as well as play arcade games. In addition to the food sold in the actual night ...

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  • 14

    Maokong Gondola (貓空䌫車)

    28 reviews

    This is a really interesting way to see Taipei. You get in one of the gondola lifts and it takes you across numerous stops to the mountain top. If you are afraid of heights, then this is not for you. The gondola goes quite high and even slants upwards when going past mountains. Once at the final stop at the ...

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  • 15

    Longshan Temple

    11 reviews

    A must when you visit Taipei with historical value and a manificant view in the middle of the city. I do recomend a night visit to avoid large group of people.

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    Taroko National Park (太魯閣國家公園)

    14 reviews

    This is one of the most beautiful parks I have ever visit. Simply amazing. It is a must see if you visit Hualien. Expect to spend 6 to 8 hours in it.

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    23 reviews

    Great place by the river; my brother loves the arcade games here, so this is one of our musts when we're in Taiwan. The machines suck you and your money in, so set aside only a certain amount of money to play arcade games/play the claw machines. There's a really neat Turkish ice cream stand nearby; they give you a ...

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  • 18

    Changing of the Guard

    8 reviews

    Very interesting and fun to watch. It happens every hour on the hour.

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  • 19

    Jiu Fen

    21 reviews

    Jiu Fen is traditional place of Taiwan. This place became famous because of one Taiwan movie. Many types of food sold here like 'tie-dan', Taiwan tea and etc.

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    Shida Night Market 師大夜市

    27 reviews

    One of the largest night markets in the city. Expected more from the place. But it is a good for your nightly snack hunt.

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