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9 hours layover

by cdidier

Hi! We have to wait nine hours (7h am to 4h pm) at the airport in taipei! We wants to go downtown in a neighborhood full of action where there will be restaurants, shops and different things to explore. Do you have a popular neighborhoods or streets to suggest me?

Re: 9 hours layover

by pangaeatours

Hello

The last time i was in Taipei, there was a free tour given direct from the airport. It lasted a few hours. Try to look at the airport website for more info.
Brian

Re: 9 hours layover

by nuttyazn

Brain is correct, you should be able to sign on for the half day tour without any problems:
http://www.taiwanholidays.com.au/free-half-day-tours-for-transit-pax

Re: 9 hours layover

by IreneMcKay

I personally would take the MRT to Longshan Temple. This area is the oldest part of the city. You can visit Longshan Temple, the nearby temple of the god of hell, Herb Alley market, there are 2 street markets also. One of which is the famous Snake Alley - though these are livlier at night. There are several more temples around. There is a small shopping mall in the MRT Station. There are restaurants at the night market and probably several more. Just a couple of stops away you can visit the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall (MRT Chiank Kai Shek Memorial Hall) which has the theatre, concert hall, memorial hall and beautiful gardens. There is a cafe here in summer.

Travel Tips for Taipei

Everybody Dance Now....

by kenmerk

As any visitor to either Taiwan or China can attest to, early morning dancing is quite the popular exercise form for the middle aged over here.

Be it ball room dancing, the watusi, the twist, the tutti-fruity, the mashed potato, you are sure to see a big group of people dancing their cares away in any public park at about 6 AM or so....

Fish Markets

by hatter10_6

You can travel to the northern coast. Many cities, e.g. Ji Long, Dan Shui, are fishing towns. Watching the fish boats come in, unload, and then buy fresh fish is quite an experience. There are many seafood shops in these cities. Choose carefully. Usually the busiest one is the best one.

Jaoho St. Night Market (Chinese: ÄǪeµó©]¥«)

by sunnywong

Here is a great place for local color, selling handicrafts such as teapots and bamboo knickknacks, clothes, traditional Chinese toys, tapes, CDs, electronic gadgets, and other souvenirs. The roadside stalls also sell a variety of local snacks and fruits.

Flying to Taipei

by Ewingjr98

I ended up planning a trip to Taipei in conjunction with my trip to Okinawa. The Okinawa to Seoul leg of the trip had a brief layover in Taipei. Since I had never been to Taiwan, I decided to extend my layover (for free!) and explore the city.

The country's main international airport is Chiang Kai Shek International Airport, but its name was changed by the opposition party in 2006 to the Taoyuan International Airport. It was completed in 1979 and is the home airport for Taiwan's China Airlines...the airline with no flag so as not to offend the People's Republic of China on the mainland. Terminal 1 is home to some Cathay Pacific and China Airlines gates, and numerous small, regional airlines. Terminal 2 was opened in 2000 and is home to the major global airlines such as KLM, United, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Asiana Airlines, and the main gates for Cathay Pacific and China Airlines. A third terminal is expected to be constructed in 2008 to help handle the expected 34 million passengers per year.

The airport is located about 50 minutes north of Taipei and is accessible by car or bus via Highway 1 (The Sun Yat Sen Freeway).

Ice creams at danshui

by MizBlack

While at danshui (tamshui) old street, you will see the numerous stall selling these super tall ice creams. Priced at NT10 for a small ice cream, there isn't anything really special about this ice cream except for it's height. These ice cream would be a nice treat on a warm summer day.

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