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About Taipei

Taipei is the heart of Taiwan, featuring convenient transportation and a number of attractions that make it a first stop for visitors to Taiwan. Taipei 101 and Taipei National Palace Museum are two of Taipei’s landmark attractions. From the top of 101, visitors get a gorgeous night view of the entire city, while a visit to the National Palace Museum offers a profound experience of Chinese traditional culture. Taipei is also famous for the gourmet snacks available in its dazzling night markets, each with their own special characteristics. Among them, Yongkang Street is a veritable paradise for foodies. Literary enthusiasts come to Taiwan for the variety of independent bookstores in the area surrounding National Taiwan University and Taiwan Normal University. Huashan and Songshan Cultural and Creative Parks are also popular destinations for tourists of all tastes.

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Taipei 101
4.5/5
4,763 Reviews
Observation Deck
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The Taipei 101 Building, which integrates offices, an observation deck, and a shopping mall, is a landmark in Taipei and one of the must-see in Taipei. Every year, the New Year’s Eve party in Taipei is centered on the fireworks show of Taipei 101. The New Year's fireworks and the surrounding New Year's activities attract hundreds of thousands of people every year, making it a world famous New Year's event.
Taipei Palace Museum
4.7/5
7,362 Reviews
Museum
The National Palace Museum in Taipei is a must-see museum in Taiwan. It houses a collection of Chinese cultural relics, such as bronzes, paintings, ceramics, books, and handicrafts. It covers almost 5,000 years of Chinese history and is known as “the treasure house of Chinese culture”. The gift shop in the National Palace Museum in Taipei is also very popular where you can buy souvenirs.
Ximending
4.4/5
3,463 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Ximending is known as the “Harajuku” in Taipei and is a paradise for the “Japanophiles” in Taipei. Ximending is Taipei's first pedestrian commercial street that sells various popular Japanese books, records, and costumes. It has become a representative of a youth subculture and a place for international tourists to visit. Ximending is also a famous movie street that is a good place for watching major movie premiers. Almost every weekend, there are small concerts, autograph signing events, albums release events, as well as various movie promotions and street performances.
Shilin Night Market
4.3/5
1,893 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Shilin Night Market is comprised of two major blocks. One block is a commercial street centered on Yangming Theatre and Cicheng Palace that features boutiques, clothing stores, shoe stores, and sporting goods stores where the small and inexpensive items can be found. The other part is the food street, which brings together all kinds of gourmet snacks from all over.

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3-30 Day SIM Card for Taiwan (Taiwan Pickup)
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Taipei 101 Observatory Ticket
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Yehliu, Jiufen, Shifen sky lantern&Taiwanese pastry experience
5/5
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Singapore is a country I’ve always liked, not only because the city is very clean, organized and beautiful, not to mention, it is famously known as a “garden city”, but also because hard-working and brave Singaporeans created many global miracles on this little piece of land, making it a logistics and freight center for Asia and the world. Clarke Quay really sees this difference between the past and present. Back then it was just a little port offloading goods, now it has become an entertainment central, bustling with activity.
Surrounded by high rises, Clarke Quay is filled with 2 to 3 story high, South Asian style houses. You really see quite the visual contrast here. In these well decorated 2 and 3 story houses, you will find places offering shopping, wine and dine, and entertainment experiences. Not only are they popular among locals, American, European and Chinese tourists really enjoy these locales too.
Clarke Quay is a place where you can find excellent food all around Singapore. As we all know, Singapore is a very multicultural country where Chinese, Malays, Indians, Indonesians, Americans and Europeans all live. The multicultural community there has directly contributed to the diversity in Singapore’s gourmet landscape. At Clarke Quay, you can find many ethnic gourmet specialties.
It’s a completely different life from night to day. At night, not only are all bars at Clarke Quay completely filled, even roads at the front are filled with tables and people. A lot of them are primarily locals from Singapore, then Americans and Europeans. They would gather in groups to momentarily ignore the stress in their day to day work, have a drink, chit chat and have a good time.
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