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Kenting National Park

Kenting National Park (No.596, Kenting Road, Hengchun Township, Pingtung County) – this is Taiwan’s first and southernmost national park (established in 1984). This park is famous for its unique sceneries, and sunny tropical climate throughout the year. Kenting Park’s landscape is divided into two long and narrow parts, with mountains in the north and south […]

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Kenting (beach)

Kenting (beach) (Hengchun Township, Pingtung County) – this is Taiwan’s most popular tropical beach, located in the southernmost part of the country. Right across from the Kenting National Park, facing the ocean and sitting in the front of Dajianshan, Kenting Beach was the first place developed back in 1877. Now, the name Kenting represents the […]

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Fulong Beach

Fulong Beach – this beach is located at the mouth of Shuangxi River at Santiaowan, Gongliao Township, Taipei County. The beach stretches as long as 3 kilometers with golden sand. It has always been a summer resort in northern Taiwan. Every summer, a good number of tourists would gather here to swim and enjoy the […]

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Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village

Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village (45 Ching Tien Lane, Yuchih Township, Nantou County) — located in Talin Village, Yizhi (Fish Pond) Town, this renowned cultural village was opened in July 1986 and has since became one of the most renowned amusement parks in Taiwan. Over an expanse of some 62 hectares land, adjacent to the world […]

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Fisherman’s Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf (Guanhai Road, Tamsui District, New Taipei City) — this old fishing port, while still in use for its namesake purpose, has been refurbished (by the Taipei city government) into a swanky new seafront popular for drinking, parties and seafood. The Lovers Bridge (named for its popularity for couples and its February 14th origin […]

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Elephant Mountain

Elephant Mountain (hike) – this is Taipei’s most popular hike, especially for tourists. It’s short, well paved, and easily accessible from Taipei’s most popular district (around Taipei 101) and most importantly it offers postcard views of the Taipei Cityscape. A local train station is not far from Elephant Mountain (Xiangshan station – the terminus of […]

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Dadaocheng Theater

Dadaocheng Theater (8th and 9th floors, No. 21 Sec. 1 Dihua Street, Taipei) — Located on the 8th and 9th floors of Yongle Market, Dadaocheng Theater is one of the most notable branches of Taipei Cultural Center. Originally a garden before 1908, it was renovated into a market during the Japanese colonial era. In the […]

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Confucius Temple

Confucius Temple (2 Nanmen Road, West Central District, Tainan) – this temple was built in 1666, making this one of the oldest and most historically significant buildings in Taiwan. Before the end of Manchu Dynasty, it was the location of the highest official institute of higher learning in Taiwan. The present-day temple was renovated during […]

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Baby Boss Job Experience Center

Baby Boss Job Experience Center (children’s activities)(7th Floor, Living Mall, No. 138, Sec. 4, Bade Road, Taipei) — the Baby Boss Job Experience Center offers opportunities for children aged 3-15 to experience the assignments of various occupations. Launched in early 2008 on the 7th floor of LIVING MALL, this 7,600 m2 facility is the epitome […]

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Taipei 101 Mall

  Taipei 101 Mall (No. 7, Xinyi Road, Section 5, Taipei) – this six-level mall (located within Taipei’s tallest building) offers the finest in fashion and refined dining from around the world. Customers’ wishes are thoughtfully catered to in a world-class space that brings together sensory delights, a wonderful atmosphere, and architectural aesthetics, giving form […]