Travel In Taipei City

Taipei 101 Observatory

  • A great spot for a night view!
  • The outdoor observation deck on the 91st floor is the sky grassland picnic site, where you can enjoy a relaxing "Sky Tour" at an altitude of 400 meters above sea level.
  • Once the world's tallest building, Taipei 101 remains a must-see attraction for anyone visiting the capital of Taiwan.
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Shilin Night Market
  • A great spot for meals and snacks.
  • The Shilin Night Market in Taipei is one of the largest and most popular night markets in Taiwan.
  • The maze of alleyways is filled with a diverse range of local, traditional, and international merchandise, creating a vibrant and bustling atmosphere that attracts both locals and foreigners alike. View
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Dadaocheng and DiHua St
  • An excellent location for a leisurely stroll.
  • Dihua Street, part of the Dadaocheng precinct, was established in the 1850s. In its early years, it played a pivotal role as a trading port, facilitating business deals for groceries, tea leaves, fabric, Chinese medicine, and more.
  • Today, it is a popular destination known for its retro street views and local specialties.
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Tonghua (Linjiang) Street Night Market
  • A great spot for meals and snacks.
  • The night market is situated between Tonghua Street and Keelung Road. Stretching roughly 300 meters, it boasts over 200 food stalls.
  • Popular foods that the night market is known for include dry noodles, oyster omelets, sausages, and braised meat, among others.
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Local Specialty

Taiwanese Pineapple Cake/Pastry

Taiwanese Sun Cake(Tai Yang Bing)

Taiwanese Jerky