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  • 26. Confucius Temple

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Confucius Temple of Taipei can be traced its origins back to 1875 when the Qing court established in Taipei as a prefecture city for Northern Taiwan. In 1879, construction began in Taipei City,...

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  • 27. Mao Kong

    Mao Kong (Cat Sky) area is known for producing good Taiwanise tea. There are tens of cafeterias dotted on the roads on the mountainside and Mao Kong is a very popular spot among young Taipei...

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  • 28. Fort San Domingo

    Out at Danshui, at the end of the MRT line is and Santo Domingo Fort. Entry is $NT60, and it's the site of an old Spanish fort, as well as the former British Consulate. It's quite an interesting...

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  • 29. Shin Kong Life Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Shin-Kong Life Insurance Building (Shin-Kong Life Tower) (新光大樓) was the tallest building in Taipei before the construction of Taipei 101, but has now become the second...

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  • 30. The Grand Hotel

    The first photo was taken at the main entrance of the hotel. Everything or most predominent colour at the Grand Hotel is "RED" which is outstanding! This is the Grand Hotel of Taipei. It was quite a...

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  • 31. Tam Shiu

    Ride the MRT down to Tam Shui and you have a world of opportunity awaiting you. Just get through the crowds! There are so many food vendors and interesting stores in the area, and its a great place to...

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  • 32. Botanical Gardens

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    A beautiful oasis in Taipei's funky west side, this park has greenhouses featuring a vast variety of lush plants, literature- and Chinese-zodiac-themed gardens and a marvellous lotus pond. More than...

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  • 33. Shopping

    The Living Mall Located in Bade Road, Section 4 ( Pateh Road and Tungshing Street) it is I believe, one of the biggest shopping centres in Taipei City. I understand that it offers 1.66 million square...

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  • 34. Hell Valley

    4 out of 5 stars

    After your hot spring session, why not drop by hell valley? Take a look at the source of your hot spring water. The hell valley is actually a sunken deep valley formed prior to an erruption of a...

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  • 35. Bao An Temple and Park

    This temple is one of the few temples in Taipei.One of the city's leading religious sites. Located across the street from the Confucius Temple, this Taoist temple is dedicated to the god of medicine....

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  • 36. National Theatre

    3 out of 5 stars

    This huge series of Monuments is a testament to the Megamania of dictator Chaing Kai-shek. The centerpiece is the CKS hall which is flanked by the National Theatre and National Concert hall. The park...

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  • 37. Chiang Kai Shek Statue

    CKS Memorial Hall has become a landmark of Taipei City. On the first floor of the building, a sitting statue of Mr. Chiang Kai-shek is installed in the memorial hall for the public to pay their...

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  • 38. Fine Arts Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Most of the Museum is dedicated to temporary exhbits by Taiwanese artists but a small permanent collection is upstairs. Great way to spend an rainy morning or afternoon. Due to construction (2009) the...

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  • 39. Hsingtien Temple

    This is the most spectacular temple I visited in Taipei. Full of worshipers, smoke, and fruit, this temple is amazing. The temple was constructed in 1967, and it was built in honor of God of War and...

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  • 40. Lin Family Garden

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Lin Family Garden is Taiwan's best example of Pre-Republican Chinese architecture and gardens. Originally a Fujian merchant's houses, the garden is landscaped with exquisite pavilions, towers,...

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  • 41. Jade Market

    The Holiday Jade Market is open Saturday and Sunday 9 AM to 6PM. This is one of the largest jade markets in all of Asia. There are nearly 600 stands . It is a really fun place t go , with isles and...

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  • 42. National Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    When the Nationalist (Kuomintang) government fled the mainland in 1949, it brought to Taiwan many of China's greatest art treasures and most important antiquities. This is one of them: 'Chao Yu...

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  • 43. National Concert Hall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The buildings are very impressive, and with beautifully finished roof, the pillar are in red painted as well. Easy to visit the place CKS is just in the same area spent about more than an hour in the...

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