Things to Do & Attractions in Taipei

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Guandu Temple (Kuantu Temple)

If you want a look at Taoism unique to Taipei and the Fujian province of China, plan to visit Guandu (Kuantu) Temple. This particular Taoist temple, located ...  Read more

Guangxing Paper Mill

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Travelers looking for a chance to experience “hands-on” Taipei need look no further than Guangxing Paper Mill. Located in the heart of Puli, visitors to this ...  Read more

Hell Valley (Geothermal Valley)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 144 Reviews

Visitors come from throughout Asia and the world to soak in the healing waters of Taiwan’s natural hot springs, many of which are located in the close vicinity ...  Read more

Huaxi Street Night Market

One of Taiwan’s most popular, Huaxi Street Night Market announces itself with a grand ceremonial gateway with charming Chinese lanterns providing ...  Read more

Jianguo Holiday Flower and Jade Market

On weekends and holidays in Taipei, the area beneath the overpass at Xinyi Road and Jianguo South Road transforms into one of the city’s most colorful markets, ...  Read more

Juming Museum

Three-D art fanatics will love the impressive collection of Ju Ming sculptures on display at the famous Ju Ming Museum. The former adolescent apprentice to ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 11 Reviews

Taiwan’s second largest city was once a gritty, industrial port town, but in recent years it has undergone a revitalization that makes it a must-see ...  Read more

Kaohsiung Pier-2 Art Center

Once a forgotten abandoned warehouse, this contemporary hub for art and design has become a destination for hip and cultured visitors to Taiwan. Popular ...  Read more

Keelung Harbor

4 star rating: Recommended 11 Reviews

Keelung Harbor is located at the northern tip of Taiwan, between Fugui Cape and Cape Bitou. Surrounded by mountains on almost all sides, with just a narrow ...  Read more

Lin Family Garden

In Taiwan’s old days, wealthy residents often lived in elaborate Chinese-style mansions surrounded by extensive gardens. Nearly all of these historic houses ...  Read more

Longshan Temple

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 18 Reviews

Longshan is Taipei’s oldest and most popular temple, dating back to the early 18th century, when it was first established by settlers from mainland China. ...  Read more

Maokong Gondola

Throughout Taiwan, tea is a deeply embedded part of the day-to-day culture, and the tea plantations of Maokong have become a favorite destination for locals ...  Read more

Miniatures Museum of Taiwan

You don’t have to be a miniatures collector or doll house enthusiast to enjoy the extensive collection at the Miniatures Museum of Taiwan; the novelty alone of ...  Read more

Miramar Entertainment Park

Located in Dazhi in the Zhongshan district of Taipei, the Miramar Entertainment Park is a gigantic shopping mall. The most distinguishing feature of this huge ...  Read more

Museum of Contemporary Art

Recognized as the first museum in Taipei, the Museum of Contemporary Art is housed in the former City Hall and displays work from local and international ...  Read more

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