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3F,No.35, Lane 57, Linyi Street, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan
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weather in january

by robin888


I plan to be in Taipei in the first two weeks of January and i am wondering what the weather is like at that time and what type of clothing should i bring - winter clothing???? i will be there for 2 days and what are the suggested places to visit. How are the public train they have the octopus card like they use in Hong Kong????thank you

Re: weather in january

by ricky52

High 69f / 21c
Low 56f / 14c
Rain 4.30in / 108.0mm
Rain days 16
Hours of sun 3
Daylight hours 11
UV level 7 = High
Humidity = None

Re: weather in january

by nuttyazn

It could be cold if there is a front from the PRC and that brings down the Temp to under 10C. It is supposed to be anywhere between 11C and 18 C up North during normal days.
If you are coming from a hot place, you can bring a Med Jacket and a sweater and wear layers.
Winter stuff like Jackets etc, you can buy it here at the Shihlin Night Market if it is really too cold for you(Low seasonal prices)
for the current weather, you can check this site before departure:
For Taipei city travel, You can get the EASY card for MRT and Bus travel (NTD500 inclusive of a NTD100 deposit. Refundable at the Info desk of the MRT Station, There could be a charge of NTD20 deducted for the refund-you get back unused portion + deposit.
You can visit most of the Tourist sites by the MRT:
Street and MRT signs Bilingual.

Travel Tips for Taipei

Not enough space

by deeper_blue

Taipei only has a population of 6 million people, but it is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, as a result many Taiwanese live in tiny apartments, buildings are tightly packed together and space is at a premium.

Danshuei was the first port in...

by AndreasK

Danshuei was the first port in Taiwan to be opened to foreign trade in 1858. The bustling trading port that was the Danshuei of the past has long since disappeared. The town's commercial functions were taken over by the northeastern port of Keelung. There are still numerous signs of the town's history to be seen. Many European-style buildings, traditional Chinese architecture in the southern Fujian-style, and Japanese colonial buildings are reminders of the town's tumultuous history, which has seen Spanish, Dutch, and Japanese occupation since it was first established in 1629. To get to Danshuei take the Danshuei Line of the Mass Rapid Transit System (MRT) from Taipei.

Storyin Taipei

by storyin about Eslite Bookstore ( Main Store )

after I go to a live show , movie festival , MTV ... etc,
and I can not go home before midnight ,
( cause there is almost no public transport after 00:30 )
I like to go to BOOKSTORE ...
Yes, there is a 24H bookstore in east district Taipei , the main store of Eslite Bookstore ( my favorite bookstore , Theme : Art & Literature , nice interior design ,of course it's very big )

... and waiting for morning .


by keeweechic

If you don't want to tackle the heavy congestion of Taipei yourself, cars and mini buses can be hired with drivers. Roadside parking is extremely scarce in the city centre and is there is an inconsistency of phonetics in street signs. There are also many tour operators with both small and large group tours for the entire country.

Taxi's are plentiful in Taipei and quick. Most taxi drivers cannot speak or read English, so providing the destination in Chinese characters or a map is helpful. At night there is an additional charge of 20%.

Local Delicacies

by cheekychic about ShiLin Market

You can find almost all the local food under one roof at ShiLin Market food court. Famous local food - Oyster noodles, smelly toufoo, taiwan sausages, fried oyster, black pearl teadrinks, blended fruit drinks, etc.. There's too many stalls selling the same food, it's rather difficult to choose where to eat.


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