Attractions in Taipei, Taiwan

  • Taipei 101 1

    Taipei 101

    Taipei101 Observatory

    Taipei 101 (formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center), a landmark supertall skyscraper in Xinyi District became the tallest and largest green building in the world in 2011.

  • National Palace Museum 2

    National Palace Museum

      • Cultural
      • Family
      • Historic
      • Landmark
      • Museum
      • Must see
      • Kids

    National Palace Museum

    This extraordinary collection of historic art treasures, fascinating for its depth and breadth, has miraculously escaped destruction over hundreds of years. Some pieces date back to the tenth century.

  • Shilin Night market 3

    Shilin Night market

      • Cultural
      • Food
      • Nightlife
      • Shopping
      • People watching (street)
      • Must see
      • Kids

    Shilin Night Market, 111, Taiwan, 台北市士林區大東路

    The Shilin Night Market is one of the well-organized and most popular night markets. It is separated into two major sections. One sector covers the streets surro

  • Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall 4

    Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

      • Cultural
      • Food
      • Historic
      • Landmark
      • Performance
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free
      • Architecture

    Chiang Kai‑shek Memorial Hall 100, Taiwan, 台北市 Zhongzheng District, 中山南路21號

    Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is located in the heart of Taipei City. The area is 250,000 square meters and it is the attraction most visited by foreign tourists.

  • Lungshan Temple 5

    Lungshan Temple

      • Cultural
      • Historic
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free
      • Temple & Monument

    Lungshan Temple

    Longshan (lungshan) Temple is a famous old temple in Taiwan. It is for worshiping Guanshiyin Budda and other divine spirits. Longshan (lungshan) T

  • Sanxia Old Street 6

    Sanxia Old Street

      • Cultural
      • Food
      • Shopping
      • People watching (street)
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free

    Minquan Street (Sanxia Old Street), Sanxia District, Xinbei, Taiwan

    Its length is about two hundred meters, and its architecture dates back to the early days when the Republic of China was newly established. Architecture buffs will enjoy this display of Japanese colonial architecture. Peruse historic relics and stores selling art and ceramics.

  • Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall 7

    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall

      • Cultural
      • Family
      • Historic
      • Landmark
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free
      • Architecture

    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall 110, Taiwan, Taipei City, Xinyi District, Section 4, Ren'ai Rd, 505號 號

    Designed by local architect Wang Da-hung, this memorial hall was established in memory of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the father of the Republic of China.

  • Beitou Hot Spring Museum 8

    Beitou Hot Spring Museum

      • Family
      • Museum
      • Nature
      • Outdoor
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free

    The Beitou Hot Spring Museum No. 2號, Zhongshan Rd, Beitou District Taipei City, Taiwan 112

    This museum is housed in public hot spring bath built during the Japanese colonial era. The Tudor-style building has a brick and wood façade and black tile roof set picturesque

  • Taipei Confucius Temple 9

    Taipei Confucius Temple

      • Cultural
      • Historic
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free
      • Temple & Monument

    275 Dalong Street | Datong District, Taipei City, Taipei, Taiwan

    Located in the old part of Taipei, the Datong District is the Taipei Confucius Temple. It is modeled after the original Confucius Temple from Shandong Province in mainland China. If you don’t know who Confucius is, he is probably the most influential ancient Chinese philosopher of all time.

  • Yangmingshan National Park 10

    Yangmingshan National Park

      • Nature
      • Outdoor
      • Park
      • Must see
      • Kids
      • Free

    Jhuzihhu Rd, Beitou District, Taipei 112, Taiwan

    Yangmingshan's original name was Caoshan (Grass Mountain in Mandarin), referring to the tall silvergrass that covers the highest slopes. Chiang Kai-shek renamed it Mount Yangming after his favorite Ming philosopher Wang Yang-ming (A.D. 1472-1529).

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