Things to do for Spiritual Seekers in Taiwan 

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  • 1

    Longshan Temple

    10 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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  • 2

    Beitou Hot Springs

    13 reviews

    These hot springs are amazing in person. Spend a day walking through the city and stopping in their museums and historic spots.

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  • 3

    Pingxi Sky Lanterns

    2 reviews

    A lot of people come here to write their wishes on the lantern (different colors to choose from too for different symbolic values like fortune, love, etc). Write what you want (your wishes and dreams) on all four sides for 100 yuan and snap some photos and watch it go up, up, and away! The town has a lantern festival ...

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  • 4

    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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  • 5


    2 reviews

    Gold Ecological Park in Jinguashi.

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  • 6

    Maokong Gondola (貓空䌫車)

    28 reviews

    Spectacular views. hike up the hill for tea at one of several tea houses.

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  • 7

    Bao'an Temple

    4 reviews

    I really liked this temple, but it can be a bit disconcerting: it is the oldest of its kind in the city, and while the temple changed little, the area around it certainly has. It's like putting a church smack dab in the middle of a busy NYC street. Nevertheless, the colors here are amazing, with lots of reds, blues ...

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    Xingtian Temple

    3 reviews


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  • 9

    Eternal Spring Shrine

    3 reviews

    The shrine has no outstanding qualities in and of itself. On the other hand, the climb up and the views along the way are worth gallons of sweat and the ultimate view is spectacular.

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  • 10

    Fuyou Temple

    2 reviews

    Such a peaceful area for a busy tourist destination. Breathtaking views and beautiful art all around!

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  • 11

    Taipei 101 (台北101)

    126 reviews

    Taipei 101 is the second highest tower in the world, and the top of the view, quite good ,especially in winter. They have two restaurant on the 80th floor, one is Taiwanese, the other is Italian. If you bring someone important or family, having the dinner there is the good memory in your life.

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  • 12

    Changing of the Guard

    8 reviews

    Fun to watch - very much like the guards in London.

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  • 13

    Shilin Night Market

    74 reviews

    Soooo much good food everywhere !! Must try these noodles with intestines, garlic and chili sauce. Be sure to get a nice cup of pearl milk tea to wash it all down!

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  • 14

    National Palace Museum

    50 reviews

    This art museum has an insanely large collection of ancient Chinese artifacts. It can be slightly overwhelming, and I'd recommend focusing on a few areas to tackle instead of thinking you're going to see everything. I know the museum is quite famous for the Jade Cabbage, but I thought it was a little underwhelming and considering the sculpture is unknown ...

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    101西門町 Ximending

    33 reviews

    If you like shopping, 4 stars. If you just want to visit interesting places, 3 stars. Other than shops and restaurants, there's not much else to offer. But it's still fun to walk around the streets and see what's here. But it's just as crowded as Myeongdong (well... maybe not AS bad. Myeongdong can become hell on the weekends or ...

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  • 16

    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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    Jiu Fen

    21 reviews


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    23 reviews

    Lots to do here. It's like a small boardwalk, although I'm basing that on what I've seen of boardwalks in movies and pictures. I've only been to one in real life and that was a while ago). There are lots of people, but if you come during the morning on a weekday, it probably wouldn't be so bad. This is ...

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  • 19

    Shida Night Market 師大夜市

    27 reviews

    This is probably the second largest night market in Taipei in terms of sheer size. I personally feel that the selection of food here is a bit better than Shilin, it's not as touristy either, which is nice.

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  • 20

    Taipei Zoo

    19 reviews

    A pretty big zoo, but none of the animals were noteworthy (you know how some zoos have one specific animal that is like their mascot and is the most popular). They had two pandas, which were probably the most popular (since you only got to see them only once, during the ten minute period stated on your ticket), but they ...

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