33 Top Things To Do in Taipei

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I’ve lived in New Taipei City (adjacent to Taipei) for more than three years. And since I’ve isolated myself in Northern Taiwan, I’ve explored many incredible places in Taipei.

Throughout this guide, I’ll cover a massive list of the top things to do in Taipei, which will cover almost all aspects of Taiwan’s culture. When covering each activity, I’ll briefly cover why you should go there and where you can find it.

Let’s fill out your Taiwan itinerary.

33 Tourist Attractions in Taipei

AttractionBest For
Miniatures MuseumFamilies
National Palace MuseumFamilies
Buddhist & Taoist TemplesHistorians
Shi Yun Fried ChickenFoodies
HikingFamilies & couples
Taipei Children’s Amusement ParkFamilies
Chiang Kai Shek Memorial HallHistorians
Double 8Couples
Qidong StreetHistorians
Eat Taiwanese foodAnyone
RiversidesAnyone
Ear cleaning salonsCouples
Taipei 101Families
Maokong MountainCouples
YangmingshanCouples
Da’an Forest ParkFamilies
Tech. Malls in TaipeiTech. Enthusiasts
Sun Yat Sen Memorial HallHistorians
Taipei Expo MarketCouples
Jiantanshan TrailCouples
Play Pokémon GOAnyone
Internet CafeSolo travelers
Jianguo Holiday Flower MarketCouples
Simple Kaffa CoffeeCouples
Shopping mallsFamilies
Miramar Ferris WheelFamilies
National Revolutionary Martyrs ShrineHistorians
Indigenous People’s parkHistorians
Taipei Night MarketsFoodies
Dadaocheng WharfCouples
Hakka Cultural ParkAnyone
Huashan Creative ParkCouples
Ximending Shopping DistrictYoung people

1. Miniatures Museum of Taiwan

This museum showcases many miniature and doll displays sourced from America and Europe. It’ll cost you around NT$150 to enter.

While the museum’s small, you’ll likely find yourself in the Miniatures Museum for hours. Observing the details of each display.

miniatures museum in taipei taiwan
One of the exhibits.

Miniatures Museum address: 10489, Taipei City, Zhongshan District, Section 1, Jianguo North Road, 96號B1

2. Real Life ASMR Ear Cleaning

I don’t recommend any specific professional ear-cleaning salon. Expect to pay NT$600 ($20) or higher. But it’s a unique experience that I’d want to do again.

Before choosing one, I recommend scrolling through their reviews to see whether they speak English. If not, you could always bring a friend who speaks Mandarin.

You’ll love these salons if you’re a frequent Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) listener. They won’t whisper in your ear, though.

They will offer these services:

  • Melt wax over your ear (ear candling): supposed to create a vacuum and remove ear wax
  • Rub a feather on your ear
  • Massage your ear
  • Pick out ear wax
  • They hit some metal thing that they’ll run against the feather (it sends faint vibrations through your ear)

When I went, they didn’t melt wax over my ear. I don’t remember why. Probably for the best, I couldn’t find legitimate sources to back any health benefits.

Looking for Luggage Storage?

Store your luggage at nearby businesses, hotels, or lockers without paying an arm and a leg. If you’re worried, each bag will include up to NT$10,000 ($364) worth of insurance.

Take the load off and don’t haul your stuff while adventuring

3. Jianguo Holiday Flower Market

This market’s under a highway and has a wide selection of flowers, bonsai trees, and other plants. It’s open Saturday and Sunday—9 am–6 pm and is free to enter.

Check out the local street food vendors while you’re here. Then visit the nearby jade market and explore their vendors’ wares. Once you’re done, walk more at Taipei’s largest park, Da’an Forest Park.

If you don’t want an Uber or a taxi, take Taipei Metro’s Red line toward Da’an Park Station. Afterward, walk for around five minutes, and you’ll find yourself at the Jianguo Holiday Flower Market.

Jianguo Holiday Flower Market address: Section 1, Jianguo South Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106

4. National Palace Museum (Northern Branch)

The National Palace Museum’s northern branch houses more than 700,000 ancient Chinese artifacts, dating back at least 8,000 years. These exhibits make this museum the largest of its kind on earth.

Regular tickets cost NT$350. Anyone (Taiwanese and non) under 17 years old could enter for free.

You’ll find the following items in the National Palace Museum:

CoinsCarvingsEnamel wares
TextilesCeramicsBronzes
BooksRare documentsPaintings
FansTapestriesTextiles
A list of some items that you’ll find at the National Palace Museum

They offer a virtual tour of the museum’s facilities to get a better idea of what you’ll find there.

National Palace Museum (north) address: No. 221, Sec 2, Zhi Shan Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City, 111

5. Taipei 101 Observatory, Skyline, & Starbucks

Buy a ticket to visit the 89th floor of Taipei 101 for NT$300. Or NT$1000–3000 ($30–100) to see the 101st floor.

The former is an indoor observation area for visitors that gives you access to the tuned mass damper. A giant ball that helps prevent Taipei 101 from swerving during earthquakes and typhoons.

The latter takes you to the top of Taipei 101 and gives you a stellar view of Taipei and New Taipei Cities.

If you set up a reservation for the world’s highest Starbucks, ascend again within one of the world’s fastest elevators and enjoy your expensive coffee from above the clouds.

Otherwise, explore Taipei 101’s other floors. I cover a floor plan in a separate guide. Most of the accessible floors are shopping areas.

Check the weather before you visit Taipei 101. A cloudy day can ruin the atmosphere.

Humble House Hotel, Taipei City, Taiwan
View of Taipei 101 from the Humble House Hotel.

Each evening from 6:00 to 10:00, the top of the tower displays a color associated with the day:

Day of the WeekColor
MondayRed
TuesdayOrange
WednesdayYellow
ThursdayGreen
FridayBlue
SaturdayIndigo
SundayViolet
This table shows colors that appear on top of Taipei 101 depending on the time of the week

Taipei 101 address: No. 7, Section 5, Xinyi Rd, Xinyi District

6. Coffee at Simple Kaffa

If you’re a coffee snob, you must try Simple Kaffa’s coffee. The 2016 World Barista Champion, Berg Wu, owns this café and serves coffee that deserves the rating this shop has [1].

Simple Kaffa offers desserts, light meals, and coffee for those who need a high-quality caffeine fix to start their days.

Simple Kaffa address: No. 27, Section 2, Zhongxiao East Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100

7. Visit One of Many Temples

Taiwan has thousands of temples for Buddhists, Taoists, or Confucianists [2]. These include temples for neighborhood deities that watch over the locals and notable temples that host events.

A majority of these temples are free to enter. Ensure you look into superstitions and temple etiquette before entering these temples. Do not make an ass out of yourself.

A couple of examples of what not to do include pointing at the gods (statues) and standing between a person in the middle of praying and an incense altar. Photography is acceptable. However, don’t be obnoxious about it.

You may notice swastikas at Buddhist temples. It’s a religious icon from way before the Nazi regime, used by Eurasian cultures. Buddhist swastika symbols will look like this (卐) or (卍).

Taiwan travel tip: while you’re at each temple, observe the roof. They have three figures toward the center, representing what worshipers hope for when they pray at that temple.

8. Maokong Gondola

The Maokong Gondola begins at the Taipei Zoo Station and terminates at Maokong Station in Maokong mountain. A fantastic area to browse mom-and-pop tea shops and places to buy souvenirs.

If you’re in Taipei during New Year’s Eve, visit one of the tea houses and watch the Taipei 101 fireworks. So long as the weather’s good, you’ll get an incredible view while not having to deal with the hordes of Taipei 101 spectators after the show.

Then there’s Zhinan Temple. It’s a pretty temple, but don’t go there with an unmarried partner if you value your relationship. Folklore states the temple’s deity, Lü Dongbin, will try to break up your relationship.

Spending the entire day in this area? Visit the Taipei Zoo. Only pay NT$60 for a ticket.

It’s a member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) [3]. Meaning, they care more about animal welfare.

maokong gondola model
Maokong Gondola model

Maokong Gondola address: No. 8, Section 2, Xinguang Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, 116

9. Explore Shopping Centers: Enjoy the Conditioned Air

Avoid Taiwan’s scorching humidity throughout most of the year or the rain, and stroll through one of its hundreds of shopping centers. Usually, these malls will have food courts and supermarkets, among other stores owned by brands you’re familiar with.

While the malls don’t offer any entertainment value, it’s still a great way to exercise indoors and see what types of goods Taiwanese people love.

Xinyi Shopping District, Taipei City, Taiwan
Xinyi shopping center.

10. Shi Yun Fried Chicken

Do you love fried food?

Try Shida Night Market’s Shi Yun. The chicken’s affordable and mouth-watering.

If you’re not familiar with how many Taiwanese restaurants work, let’s break it down. Approach the cart, snatch a pair of tongs and a red basket, and move all the food you want into the basket. Afterward, hand it to the vendor.

Shi Yun Taiwanese Fried Chicken, Shida Night Market, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan
Shi Yun in Shida Night Market.

Shida Night Market—student market—address: Lane 39, Shida Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106

11. Hike on Yangmingshan

Yangmingshan has sulfur vents to check out in addition to various paths like:

TrailTime to HikeDistance to Peak
Mt. Datun3.2 mi (5.4 km)4 hrs 20 min.
Mt. Zhongzheng2.4 mi (4 km)3 hrs
Mt. Miantian 2.6 mi (4.2 km)3 hrs
Erziping1.1 mi (1.8 km)80 min.
Mt. Caigongkeng0.9 mi (1.5 km)50 min.
Hiking paths throughout Yangmingshan compared.

Prepare yourself for bugs (e.g., Asian giant hornets) and snakes. There are plenty of snakes slithering through the tall grass you’ll encounter.

Address: No. 1-20, Yangming Creek Walkway, Beitou District, Taipei City, 112

12. Miramar Entertainment Park

It’s NT$150 to ride the 95-meter-high Ferris wheel. It’s a fantastic way to get a romantic view of Taipei City’s skyline.

The Ferris wheel sits on top of a shopping center. Once you’re done riding the wheel, drink at the outdoor bar, listen to live music (which sometimes happens), and maybe see an IMAX movie.

Miramar Ferris Wheel
Miramar during the day. Not many people here.

Miramar Entertainment Park address: No. 20, Jingye 3rd Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, 10491

13. Hike on One of Taipei’s Many Paths

Taipei City has more than 165 hiking paths spread throughout the city [4]. Each leads to various peaks and endpoints where hikers could gaze at Taipei from different angles. While trekking these trails, you’ll likely stumble upon religious temples.

When hiking, be careful of snakes and giant hornets. Wear boots to protect yourself from bites, and avoid wearing strong scents to deter the murder hornets.

14. Spend the Day in Da’an Forest Park

daan park taipei, taiwan
A random spot in Da’an forest park. The band around the tree has a QR code. Scan them to learn more about each tree.

Flee the concrete jungle of Taipei, and stroll through the lungs of Taipei City while observing the critters and plants. While you’re at Da’an, check out or hang out around the following:

  • Skating rink
  • Children’s playground
  • Amphitheater
  • A couple of ponds
  • Various pavilions

I always see people setting up picnics. Use visiting this area as a chance to set up somewhere to relax. Just ensure you pick up after yourself.

15. Visit the National Revolutionary Martyrs’ Shrine

The National Revolutionary Martyrs’ Shrine honors the Kuomintang (KMT) soldiers who perished during the Chinese Civil War. And the relocation of the KMT government to Taiwan.

It has several small exhibits to observe and learn about Taiwan’s past. Moreover, it’s free to enter.

National Revolutionary Martyrs’ Shrine address: No. 139, Beian Rd, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, 10491

16. Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

Taipei’s Children’s Park has 13 rides, a playground, a children’s theater, and a neighboring National Taiwan Science Education Center. The science center houses exhibits that teach kids about geology, electronics, and more.

A full-price ticket costs NT$30 per person. Expect to pay NT$30–80 per ride. These prices will vary by attraction.

Taipei Children’s Amusement Park address: No. 55, Section 5, Chengde Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, 11169

17. Guanghua Digital Plaza & Skytrend: Computer Builder’s Paradise

Taipei’s electronic enthusiasts’ haven consists of two massive buildings. One newer and the other older. The newer building, Skytrend, usually has themed exhibitions on the bottom floor.

The ascending floors will have varying themes with different products. For instance, the Photography floor will have drones, cameras, and equipment. Most items on these floors cost a lot and are suitable for testing items.

The Guang Hua Digital Plaza has several floors stuffed with stores having discounted products and electronic repair service places. It’s a great place to find affordable electronics or to buy parts for building a PC.

Since Taiwan’s a smaller market, you won’t find cheaper PC parts. That includes video cards. Here’s a walkthrough from around 4 years ago:

Reach Guang Hua and Skytrend by taking the Taipei Metro to Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station. It’s an intercepting point for the Blue and Orange lines.

Guanghua Digital Plaza in taipei taiwan
Skytrend.

Guanghua Digital Plaza address: No. 8, Section 3, Civic Blvd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100

18. Indigenous People’s Park: Learn More About Taiwan’s Culture

A park dedicated to preserving Taiwan’s indigenous people’s culture. While you’re here, you’ll find statues, totem tiles, and other cultural images that’ll help you learn more about the indigenous people in Taiwan and how they’ve impacted the country.

It’s not the biggest park, but it’s a pleasant walk. Moreover, there’s a nearby castle to observe.

Indigenous People’s Park address: Sec 2, Zhi Shan Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City, 111

19. Stroll Through One of the Memorial Halls

Taipei has two memorial halls, Chiang Kai-shek and Sun Yat-sen. Both have parks surrounding each set of monuments and offer a means for you to learn about these notable figures in Taiwan’s history.

At Chiang Kai Shek memorial hall, explore the National Concert Hall and National Theater, which often host famous musicians like Shao Lian Lin.

Addresses:

20. Visit One of the Many Night Markets

Taipei has over 15 night markets, all ready for you to venture into. Each has a collection of food vendors, carnival games, and general wares shops.

Here are some popular ones:

Night MarketFood To TryDistrict
Nanjichang Night MarketStinky TofuZhongzheng
Ximending Night MarketBeef cubesWanhua
Shilin Night MarketCold noodles at Good FriendShilin
Raohe Night MarketBlack pepper bun at Fuzhou Black Pepper BunSongshan
Linjiang Street Night MarketStinky tofuDa’an
Ningxia Night MarketDeep fried taro ballsDatong
Dalong Night MarketDan Zai noodlesDatong
Gongguan Night MarketTaiwanese burgers at Lan Chia GuaBaoDa’an
Guangzhou Street Night MarketNothing specialWanhua
Jingmei Night MarketTofu puddingWenshan
Liaoning Street Night MarketSquid soupZhongshan
Shida Night MarketFried chicken at Shi YunDa’an
Shipai Night MarketNothing specialBeitou
Shuang Cheng Street Night MarketNothing specialZhongshan
Yansan Night MarketSpiced chicken rollsDatong
737 Night MarketPig’s blood cakeNeihu
Huaxi Night MarketSteamed minced pork with pickles in broth at Wang’s BrothWanhua

21. Old House Bouldering | Double 8

Rather than hiking outdoors, you could boulder (rock climb) between 30–60 minutes inside Double 8. Afterward, take some time and explore the outside Dihua old Street.

Double 8 address: No. 251號, Section 1, Dihua St, Datong District, Taipei City, 10348

22. Taipei Expo Farmer’s Market

This farmer’s market is a perfect opportunity for tourists to explore Taiwan’s local farming culture. With foods sourced from around the country, you can browse this market on a nice day and see what they offer.

Once finished with the farmer’s market, visit MAJI square. It houses a lot of food vendors, bars, and nightclubs. There’s also a children’s park nearby. Furthermore, the Keelung river’s somewhat close if you want to ride a bike along the river.

If riding the Taipei MRT, go down the Red line and depart at Yuanshan.

taipei city expo center, taipei, taiwan
Regular weekend at the Taipei Expo Farmer’s Market.

Taipei Expo Farmer’s Market address: No. 1號, Yumen Street, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, 10491

23. Have a Drink at Dadaocheng Wharf

Grab a drink (or BYOB) and gaze at the Tamsui river. Then explore the historic Dihua Old Street. People will flood this area if you’re around Taiwan in January or February before the Lunar New Year. They’ll shop for traditional candies and other ingredients for Lunar New Year’s Eve feasts.

24. Beitou Hot Springs

Beitou has public and private hot springs. Private hot springs throughout various establishments and businesses will vary. 

One hotel that has decent pricing is the Waterhouse Hotel. It’s a Japanese-inspired hotel that also offers an affordable private hot spring. You’ll pay NT$780 an hour on weekdays for a soak. NT$1080 on weekends.

Guests could soak in these pools for an unlimited amount of time. Except from December to February. Then it’s a 4-hour limit [5 HTTP link].

Guests can use the hot springs for free. Consider booking a room here.

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Beitou library.

For a mixed-gender public hot spring outside the hotel mentioned above, expect to pay at least NT$40 per hour. You’ll need to dress in swimwear in these pools.

The Long Nai Tang Hot Spring costs NT$150 an hour and is a nude hot spring. However, it’s separated by gender.

Before or after relaxing, check out the following areas spread throughout Beitou:

  • Beitou Library: explore brilliant architecture
  • Thermal Valley: gaze at the thermal sulfur valley
  • Hot springs museum: learn more about Taiwan’s history

To find the Beitou hot springs resort, take the Taipei Metro Red Line toward Tamsui and depart at Beitou station. From there, transfer to Xinbeitou and take the train to the resort.

25. Time Travel: Qidong Street Japanese Houses

Qidong Street has spanned various eras, including the Qing Dynasty, Japan’s colonization, and the current government.

When Japan ruled over Taiwan, this area belonged to the Saiwaichō civil servant housing group between the 1920s and ’40s. However, if you go to these houses now, they remain unchanged for the most part.

So, you’ll get a glimpse of what life was like in Taiwan under Japanese rule.

26. Jiantanshan Trail

Rather than hiking on the overcrowded Elephant mountain, roam through the nature-rich environment of Jiantan Mountain Trail to get a breathtaking view of Taipei.

Perfect for watching fireworks on New Year’s Eve or snapping a fantastic picture.

Don’t forget to buy a drink to slurp down while gazing at Taipei.

This two-mile (3.3 km) hike leads to a vista with a 180-degree view of:

  • Taipei 101
  • Four Beasts Mountains
  • Dajia Riverside Park
  • MacArthur Bridge
  • Keelung River
  • The airplanes ascending and descending at Songshan Airport

You can also catch the Red Line train to Jiantan Station to reach the trailhead. From that point, leave through exit two and follow stone steps toward a trail.

Jiantanshan Trail address: 10491, Taipei City, Zhongshan District, 中山北路四段71巷2弄69號

27. Taipei City Hakka Cultural Park

If you’d like to learn more about the Hakka people’s culture, this is one of the best places to go in Taipei. It’s a place for the Hakka people to gather and socialize. While also presenting scenery to teach you more about their culture.

Hakka Cultural park, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan
Hakka Cultural park, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan
Hakka Cultural park, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan
Hakka Cultural park, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan
hakka cultural park, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan

Taipei Hakka Cultural Park address: No. 2, Section 3, Tingzhou Rd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100

28. Indulge On Various Taiwanese Dishes and Drinks

Eat around. Taipei’s full of drink shops, street food, convenience stores, and bakeries. Try bubble tea at various shops. Buy a pineapple cake from a bakery.

Explore Taiwan’s convenience store culture. All options will fill your tummy for the day and ensure you get the gist of Taiwan’s food culture.

29. Get Lost in Taipei and Play Pokémon GO!

If you have data or utilize Taipei’s free Wi-Fi, hop on your phone and play Pokémon GO all day. You’ll find a lot of Pokémon at parks and tourist spots. Moreover, you won’t have to worry about a lack of people doing raids or attacking gyms.

When you go to a gym that just activated, you’ll see a large group of people gathered in one area battling the raid boss.

30. See What’s Going on at Huashan 1914 Creative Park

The Huashan 1914 Creative Park is a multi-purpose park that hosts various events throughout the year. Sometimes, you’ll find exhibits while you’re here, while other times, you’ll run into a European market, concert, or whatever else they’re hosting.

Huashan Creative Park is close to the Skytrend Shopping Center. Meaning, you’ll have plenty of free things to do in this part of Taipei.

Huashan 1914 Creative Park address: No. 1, Section 1, Bade Rd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100

31. Cycle Along the Riverside

You’ll find roadways alongside Taiwan’s various rivers throughout the country, especially in Taipei or New Taipei.

Spend around NT$10 ($0.36) per half hour—for the first four hours—and rent a YouBike. As you explore these paths, you’ll find parks, photo spots, portable toilets, vending machines, and art on the floodwalls.

I recommend wearing sunscreen, though. You won’t find that much cover.

Dadaocheng Wharf, Taipei, Taiwan
A cycling path along Dadaocheng Wharf.

32. Sleep in an Internet Cafe

Internet cafés are an excellent option for anyone to browse the internet and get some free drinks. I recommend QTime.

While it doesn’t have the best ratings, it offers many features for foreigners and Taiwanese.

QTime’s pricing menu is available in English, Japanese, and Chinese.

This café also operates 24/7. So, if you’re arriving in Taipei late and don’t want to deal with a hotel, an internet café is an excellent alternative. Ensure you bring your passport. They’ll need to see it.

They have two tiers that tie into pricing; membership and non-membership. If you plan to stay more than five hours, you might want to grab a membership. It’s the best bang for your buck. The membership costs NT$100 ($3.50).

QTime has three types of rooms available:

Room TypeMember PriceNon-Member PriceDescription
Open AreaNT$39/hrNT$60/hrOpen room
BoxNT$39/hrNT$60/hrSingle-person room
Japan BoxNT$102/hrMember only roomTwo-person room
QTime Taipei pricing.

The Box and Japan Box rooms come with at least 1 USB port (not Type C), TV, DVD player, electrical outlet, a gaming computer, and a light.

Other than ice cream, they don’t have other food options. If it’s the middle of the night and your stomach’s growling, make your way to one of Taiwan’s thousands of convenience stores

Whether you’re a member or non, you have all these perks available:

  • Unlimited ice cream (chocolate and vanilla) by the front counter.
  • Unlimited drinks like; grapefruit-, green-, milk-, lemon-, and black tea; grape and orange juice; hot- and iced water; and Pepsi.
  • Showers (NT$75/hr)
  • Free DVDs rentals
  • A manga and magazine library (Chinese characters only)

QTime address: 100, Taipei City, Zhongzheng District, Guanqian Road, 6號B1

33. Visit the Ximending Pedestrian Area

Ximending, or Ximen, is a youth shopping district where you’ll find street performers, various shops, interesting restaurants like the modern toilet, or even the unofficial Ximen Night Market.

Taipei Map for Tourist Spots

Taipei Travel Essentials

Here’s what I recommend packing for Taipei:

Backpack coverInsect repellentSunscreen
DeodorantReusable water bottleDummy phone & wallet
ClothingSaline nasal sprayPackable jacket
High-top bootsFemale hygiene productsSanitizing wipes
MedicationCondomsCopy of travel documents
Portable power bankPassport wallet/Purse/Day packEye drops
Unlocked smartphoneTravel adapterInternational Driving Permit
VPNPortable Wireless RouterLip balm
KF94 Face MaskDurable umbrella
Packing list for when traveling to Taipei.

FAQs

Browse these commonly asked questions about tourist attractions in Taipei to see if you’ll find an answer to a question that has been bugging you.

What Are the Top Attractions to Visit in Taipei?

The top attractions to visit in Taipei are Taipei 101, Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, the National Palace Museum, and Shilin Night Market.

Finishing Up

Out of all the top things to do in Taipei, my favorite place to visit is the Skytrend technology shopping center. Everyone has different preferences, though.

Since Taipei’s small, you could explore a good portion of these places in a few days. And likely when visiting Taiwan, you’ll spend most of your time in this area.

Learn more about traveling to Taipei by checking out my other guides.

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