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    Taipei Zoo

    19 reviews

    One of the biggest values in Taipei. Admission to Taipei Zoo is just $2 US. I have been zoos that cost far more than that with less animal attractions. You could easily spend a half day touring the grounds here. It has many familiar animals to me like elephants and giraffes. But also Asian species that I have never seen ...

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    Shilin Night Market

    74 reviews

    I pretty much used to go here every week or so while in high school. There is a huge area where all the food vendors are and there are seats for you to sit and eat at as well. But if you venture into the more crowded areas, you'll find carnival-like games, random pet shops, clothes shops, food stands, and ...

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    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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    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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    Taipei 101 (台北101)

    126 reviews

    Taipei 101 is the tallest building in Taiwan and the fifth tallest building in the world. There is an indoor and outdoor observatory on the top floor that visitors can visit for around 10 USD. The observatory provides a nice history of the construction of the structure and of course the best views anywhere in the city. On the ground ...

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    中正紀念堂 Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

    18 reviews

    Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is actually to keep the ist president of Taiwan - Chiang Kai-shek who is Guo-Min Dang and fought with China' Communist Head - Mao Ze-Dong. After the war, he came to Taiwan and ruled it very well.

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    8 reviews

    LUXY is the biggest and most luxurious local club in Taipei. It is frequented by locals and foreigners alike and often viewed as the must go-to club in Taipei for its exciting atmosphere and hot people.  It has three main dance floors. The largest of course, is the main room for Hip-Hop and popular music. There is a VIP room ...

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    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall

    10 reviews

    Much more than a memorial to Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the building also houses a number of significant galleries, conference rooms, reading rooms as well as several rooms dedicated to depicting the life of the Father of Modern China. In addition, try not to miss the changing of the guard at the base of the statue depicting Dr. Sun Yat ...

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    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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    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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    National Taiwan University

    8 reviews

    Taiwan's pride and joy. There are places to eat around here too, including a popular boba stand!

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    Changing of the Guard

    8 reviews

    I believe the changing of the guards happens once every hour. Lots of people come to watch, and I had the opportunity to watch a few times. It's interesting the first few times, but afterwards, it becomes more of a historical moment where you realize that this is a part of Taiwan's history.

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  • 14

    Maokong Gondola (貓空䌫車)

    28 reviews

    It is definitely stunning. i couldnt believe this is so close to taipei. The gondola is great, but if you dont like waiting you better take a normal one. Most tea houses are over prized, but it doesnt harm. I would recommend food prepared with tea leaves, rather than the usual food. If the day you go is sunny, be ...

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    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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    Sun Moon Lake

    9 reviews

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

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    Longshan Temple

    10 reviews

    Longshan Temple is a place for people to pray for their hope. The temple is very popular during Chinese calender 'chuyi' and 'chapgou'. During Chinese New Year, many people came to pray and hope this year everything went alright and protect their safety and health.

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    Club Myst

    3 reviews

    One of the bigger and now most popular night clubs in Taipei. Similar to Spark, but tends to have a crowd of mid 20s.

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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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  • 20

    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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