Life, Taiwan, Travel

3 Days in Taipei

Taipei is a basin surrounding by mountains and hills.

Here are some places of Taipei for your reference.

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is a national monument to commemorate Chiang Kai-shek and also an iconic building in Taipei city.

The Presidential Office Building houses the Office of the President of the Republic of China. At present, this building is a symbol of the ROC Government and a famous historical landmark in downtown Taipei.

Yangmingshan National Park is located in northern Taipei city, and easily accessible from downtown. It is home to numerous parks, hiking trails, interesting plants and wildlife, and internationally famous hot springs. It’s just like a backyard of Taipei city.

Tamsui River is the mother river of Taipei. Tamsui township is full of  walking streets with lots of shopping, eating, Taiwan culture. It’s also the best place to watch the sunset.

Yehliu Geopark is a place famous for rock formations. Just use your imagination and try to explore the wonderland.

Taipei 101, a skyscraper with a height of 508 meters, the landmark of Taipei city. It brings Taipei to the world.

Jiufen was prosperous because of the gold mining, and now, it turns out to be a tourist township that makes you feel being in the past. Tea tasting is the must-do thing here.

Shifen Waterfall is a cascade-type waterfall similar to North America’s Niagara Falls, earning it the nickname of “Taiwan’s Niagara Falls.”
Nearby is the Shifen old street, the place to release sky lanterns.

 

There are other great places in Taipei, not limited to the above.

 

If  you are interested in visiting Taipei, please check out klook.com .

Taipei accommodations, please check out Tripadvisor. https://www.booking.com/?aid=2048941

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