Before roaming the city, receive blessings from the gods at the Lungshan Temple. This is one tradition that Taiwan is keeping alive, and it’s nice to experience this firsthand.
Yes, what you read is right. Liao He-tsuen is one of the famous fortune tellers of Taipei, and guess what, he is a bird. You may find several of these around the city. Just don’t forget to check them out.
Witness the guard switching at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall.
And experience old Taipei at the National Palace Museum. This houses artifacts and artworks that was once in the possession of ancient Chinese royalties.
Visit the Eslite’s Bookstore, which is the world’s first bookstore to offer services to the public 24/7.
Currently in Taipei? Or are you planning a trip? Nonetheless, here are places that you should not miss going to!
Known for its historical background Fort San Domingo is a historical attraction you shouldn’t miss when visiting the town of Tamsui. Particularly interesting is the sunset from Hongmao Castle.
Lovers of pandas will like going to the Taipei Zoo. Additionally, you can also take a tropical rainforest tour and see Antartica penguins.
There are 3 noteworthy attractions to visit, the Taipei Zoo Station, Zhinan Temple Station, and the Maokong Station. Of course, you have to take a ride in the Maokong Gondola scenic cable cars and enjoy the view.
A visit to Beitou Hot Springs is a must. The natural hot springs is enough to keep you from leaving Taipei and going back home. Aside from that you can also visit Plum Gardens, Millennium Hot Springs, and Thermal Valley.
One of the largest and most popular night markets you may just get lost in the maze of alleyways filled with local, traditional, and international goods. Taiwan’s traditional food can be found here along with shops, roadside stalls, and vendors of fashion, trinkets and souvenirs.