Incredibly popular district which is home to the latest fashion trends and Japanese subculture. Plenty of hip bars and trendy shops.
The largest and most popular night market in the city. Join the locals and taste the amazing variety of Taiwanese snacks!
A huge and amazing skyscraper that used to be the highest building in the world between 2004 and 2010. It is bamboo shaped and a must-see place for all who visit Taipei.
The oldest night market in Taipei. 600 metres of various food stalls - don't forget to come here hungry!
A monument built in memory of Chiang Kai-shek. It is surrounded by a nice park with numerous ponds.
A temple damaged during World War II and later renovated. It houses hundreds of beautiful Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian statues.
This museum provides exhibitions of China's national cultural treasures taken from Beijing during the World War II. There are very impressive collections of art.
The park it is full of cherry, pear and peach trees. Try to visit it during the cherry blossom period. There are also geothermal springs.
Hot springs suitable for relaxation. This spring is one of the earliest found ones on Taiwan. Visit it and enjoy healing effects of hot mineral water.
This district is the biggest tea growing area in Taiwan. Its tea plantations look fabulous. It is also a center of tea culture in Taipei with many teahouses.
A huge mall connected with Taipei 101 skyscraper. It provides wide shopping opportunities, you could spend the whole day here.
A restaurant which specializes in soup dumplings.
A memorial dedicated to the Dr. Sun Yat-sen, that contains expositions about his life and his struggle for freedom of China. It also serves as cultural center.
Great comfortable walk to the top of Elephant Mountain with a nice and very rewarding view at the end. Do not miss the outdoor fitness stations!
This is one of the ten largest zoos in the world. It's home to three giant pandas - kids will love this place. The largest zoo in Asia, with origins dating back to 1914. It has 8 outdoor and 6 indoor display areas such as the children's zoo, Formosan animal area, an Asian tropical rain forest area and an Antarctic penguin house.
An octagonal red brick building, in the past it was the venue of Beijing opera, nowadays it serves as a teahouse and small theater venue.
If you don't enjoy the bustling markets, try this one: really off the beaten path, visited only by the locals.
This temple is a copy of the original Confucius temple in Qufu, China. Taiwan people honor Confucius, so the temple is very popular.
The most visited temple in northern Taiwan. The temple is unique, you should not miss opportunity to see it.
This area is considered to be one of the most interesting places in Taipei. The temperature of local hot springs ranges from 80°C-100°C.
A museum dedicated to the long history of public baths in Taipei. It is a former bath, now showing the evolution of public bathing.