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    Shilin Night Market

    74 reviews

    One of my favorite experiences in Taipei. The food scene is amazing here, we went from stand to stand and made a night out of continuously eating. The price is very friendly compared to the US, basically you can grab anything for about a dollar US. There are many local specialties like smelly tofu, egg omelet curry, potato chips on ...

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  • 2

    Jiufen

    5 reviews

    Lots of food, shopping, and history along the old historic street; it gets pretty packed! The view is beautiful when there's clouds in the mountains...just make sure to bring an umbrella since it rains often up here! History: there used to only be 9 residents, so when they went shopping, they had to split items into 9 servings. The translation ...

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  • 3

    Maokong Gondola (貓空䌫車)

    28 reviews

    Awesome awesome gondola ride. Smooth ride. Takes you up to a mini city at the top where tea reigns supreme! Take some time to enjoy the views at the top with tea and food.

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  • 4

    Jiu Fen

    21 reviews

    You'll have beautiful views of the city if you take a trip up to Jiu Fen. They are known for their delicious and chewy tapioca balls (tang yuan)! Jiu Fen was also the inspiration of Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away. Amazing huh? There are cute little shops to buy souvenirs and trinkets, but like the rest of Taipei, just enjoy the ...

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  • 5

    Jiufen Old Street

    7 reviews

    Another of my absolute favorite place in Taipei. This place is 1 hour outside of Taipei and served as the inspiration of the famous animation Spirited Away. The old street is located on the mountain top and the view of the ocean and its shores down below is second to none. Though a popular tourist spot, it retained the charm ...

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  • 6

    饒河街觀光夜市 (Raohe St. Night Market)

    3 reviews

    Yay another nightmarket. Okay, the huge crowds can get crazy, but it's definitely a great way to spend your free time. Shop for clothes, play arcade games, and grab food all on one place :) the fried milk is interesting and they have mango silky ice! The pepper bun stand has a huge line; worth a try!

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  • 7

    Shida Night Market 師大夜市

    27 reviews

    One of my favorite night markets. It has a younger crowd as it is around the ShiDa College. It's one of the smaller night markets but great place to check out for more in fashion clothes and some yummy food.

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  • 8

    Danshui

    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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  • 9

    Sun Moon Lake

    9 reviews

    A beautiful place with a serenity that calms those around it...

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  • 10

    Fengchia Night Market 逢甲夜市

    7 reviews

    This Night Market have so many hawkers sold various type of things including foods, clothes, shoes and etc. The food sold here is very delicious and very cheap too. Whole night you just walk and see all kinds of things you like.

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  • 11

    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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  • 12

    Miramar Entertainment Park

    3 reviews

    The Miramar Entertainment Park is a nice shopping and entertainment complex. Department stores, restaurants, and an arcade to keep the kids busy. The best part? The ferris wheel! You'll see it lit up at night and if offers great views of the city on a clear night.

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  • 13

    鶯歌陶瓷博物館 Taipei County

    3 reviews

    Lovely city, lovely people, and a great food. If you are looking for a freindly adventure that dont cost you arms and legs, i recomend Taiwan. The country is a good mix between city, culture, and nature. It is all in one spot country for sure.

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  • 14

    陳三鼎

    3 reviews

    They're the original Taiwanese boba...the locals come here. So glad I got to try it, thanks to my aunt. Iced milk with boba made from brown sugar. Yummmm. Warning: lines will probably be long...

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  • 15

    松山文創園區

    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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  • 16

    101西門町 Ximending

    33 reviews

    My aunt took me to Ximending district when I visited with my family. She says this is where the teens hanging out. Lots of shopping and food! I picked up some clothes when I was here.

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  • 17

    Taipei 101 (台北101)

    126 reviews

    Good place for food but not much for me compare to most of the tall building. It has a good story tie into the building but still feel like it needs a dash of spice when it comes into the tour guide and the building visit.

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  • 18

    National Palace Museum

    50 reviews

    This museum houses some incredible Chinese antiquities dating back about four to five thousand years. They do have 90 minute English tours daily and it's a good way to get an overall view of their most significant treasures.

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  • 19

    中正紀念堂 Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

    18 reviews

    Great, free sightseeing spot for history lovers! They also have a changing of the guard inside one of the buildings.

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  • 20

    Taroko National Park (太魯閣國家公園)

    13 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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