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At 509 meters high, this was the world's tallest building from 2004 to 2010, when the Burj Khalifa in Dubai surpassed it. The tower is reminiscent of a pagoda or a stalk of bamboo and designed to withstand typhoons and earthquakes common in Taiwan...more
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You should try the super speed of the elevator, but ironically you may also feel the money "burn" so fast. Depends on weather, you are going to see the amazing Taipei city night view from the top. You can have a good view on the...More
In town on Business and took a Sunday afternoon to do some tourist stuff. Of course, if you are in Taipei City, you must visit the icon of the city, Taipei 101. Head toward the center of the high end shopping area on the lower...More
As its a must visited this icon of Taipei city. Its a bamboo shaped tower which is the highest building in Taipei and houses many high end shops,a massive food court , restaurants and a super market.
To get to the top observation deck you...More
Breathtaking views, great food courts, fast access and pleasant staff! Do choose a 'clear' day, else you may not enjoy. Although people tell me, that 'being above the clouds' is also a great view :-) . At least when we went, it wasn't too crowded...More
My wife and I did the tourist thing and visited the Taipei 101 during our stay in Taiwan 🇹🇼. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience at the top, thought less so the route one has to take. You’re forced to run the retail gauntlet to reach...More
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Hello. There are websites offering discounted tickets/vouchers to these attractions (like the one I often buy from). Besides getting discounted rates, another benifit is having a special lane once you get there and you'll... More
Hello. There are websites offering discounted tickets/vouchers to these attractions (like the one I often buy from). Besides getting discounted rates, another benifit is having a special lane once you get there and you'll just have to show your voucher. So it means that you won't have to go through the process of queueing just to get the ticket onsite, and therefore 'skipping the line'.