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Worth making it along for sunset but find a spot away from the crowds of ‘instagrammers’ and noisy bars.
The area next to the pier is a recent tourist trap / pop up with trendy music and overpriced pizza bars. The river isn’t pleasant up...More
The vast river expanse separating Taipei from New Taipei City is a sight to behold. Along the river are pathways suitable for running or cycling and small food shops incentivize the casual passersby to take a moment and sit down.
We're lucky that we stayed in this neighborhood as we got to experience the older part of Taipei. The streets, stores took one back in time...something we sorely missed while traveling in major cities in Asia. Dadacheng Pier offers a nice view of the river...More
You can rent a bike near here, or you can use an app like oBike and find a nearby one.
The path is very flat, with lots of nature to see and places to sit. There are also some vending machines along the way if...More
The pier used to be a busy river trading post. It is now a popular tourists spot. There are some food stalls next to the pier so you could enjoy the view with food and drinks (beers too). Some food stalls have rooftop seating so...More
Good if you are visiting Dihua St, this is just a 100metres or so along Misheng Rd. Nothing super special about it but it does give you a good idea of Taipei's location with regard to rivers/inlets and mountains. Numbers of people were taking very...More
A very convenient pier designs for tourists taking cruises to Tanshui old town. Apart from that, the place is for many local folks to relax and recreation as a park. The environment is clean. Evening and after dusk is preferable for visitors.