Things to Do in Taiwan

Top Taiwan Attractions

Things to Do in Taiwan

Top Attractions in Taiwan

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What travelers are saying

  • chaosandcandy
    145 contributions
    We really enjoyed walking through the Sand Sculptures at the Festival. It's amazing to see how detailed the works of art can be. We visited during the morning on a Sunday and found that it was relatively uncrowded.
    Written July 25, 2019
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  • Litapix
    Chatan-cho, Japan43 contributions
    Miniatures are impressive. I bought tiny souvenirs in the gift shop for coworkers. I was more impressed by the gift shop than anything else. Spent about an hour here. The landmark minis were my favorites.
    Written January 24, 2020
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  • Srikanth
    Toronto, Canada54 contributions
    The huge memorial hall atop a huge stair case was centrally placed with beautiful flowered garden around. Nice to visit and know some history and pay some respects.
    Visited in Oct 2018.
    Written August 21, 2021
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,985 contributions
    Elephant Mountain is one of my favourite hiking trails, but it's best for those who are young and fit. It's also known as the Nangang District Hiking Trail. The Chinese name is Xiang Shan, or Elephant Mountain. The hike is around a mile (1.5 km). It's convenient to get to, it's not far from Taipei 101, Taiwan's tallest building. Just take the MRT Red Line to the terminus -- Xiangshan Station -- and take exit 2. The Trail provides a good view of Taipei City. and Taipei 101,
    Written January 24, 2022
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  • Lianne R
    Kaohsiung, Taiwan16 contributions
    I did this beautiful hike with a friend around 4.00 p.m, the trail was mostly well maintained with a lot of resting spots on the way, the views were stunning, I went back over trail number 4. I would recommend to bring a head lantern if you would like to go with sunset. Doing trail 4 and 5 took about 3 hours. The trail is physically challenging. And getting to the beginning of the trail and returning from the end to a bus stop can be quite difficult because they are far away. But overall it was a great experience and I would recommend it!
    Written October 18, 2019
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  • CJL
    5 contributions
    This is a great place for worship and I love the beautiful architecture! It isn't too crowded if you visit on a weekday.
    Written July 4, 2021
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  • liucy752
    Taipei, Taiwan990 contributions
    This is the most famous Temple in Taipei.

    Dating back to 1738, this temple was originally a Buddhist temple. It was dedicated to Guanyin (觀世音, Avalokiteśvara, one of the Buddhist bodhisattva), which is a branch spirit from Guanyin of the Lungshan Temple at Jin-Jiang county, Fujian province (福建省晉江縣). Then it was named after its root temple.

    Destroyed and rebuilt for several times, the temple now worships gods of three religions: Buddhist, Taoist and Ruism (Confucianism).

    To improve air quality and to better protect the environment, Taiwan started a movement to encourage temples to ban incense burning since 2014.

    There is no incense in this temple. Great!!.
    Written November 20, 2020
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,985 contributions
    Da'an Forest Park is the pride of Taipei City. It's very large, with lots of trees. There's a large area just to stroll. There is a large playground for children, where they can run and play. Da'an Forest Park has a number of special features, including banyan trees, bamboo groves and a lake. The lake attracts a large variety of waterbirds and photographers waiting patiently to get that special shot. Getting to the park is easy -- there's an MRT station, and an underground car park.
    Written June 3, 2022
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  • Katy Santos
    Philippines516 contributions
    Just took photos around the museum but didn't go inside the museum, the landmark looks amazing and safe to walk around
    Written July 16, 2020
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  • minttea
    6 contributions
    nice modern mall. Little bit out of center of City. Is to small for long visit. But nice and clean. Have some special shops especially the Starwars Shop and small beer shop
    Written July 25, 2019
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,985 contributions
    Half an hour by bus or taxi from downtown Taipei will take you to this splendid park, which is open all year round. Yangmingshan was known as "Grass Mountain" when US forces were stationed in Taipei. The park is famous for its cherry trees, which bloom in early spring. Most of the park is in a natural state. Qixing Mountain, known in Chinese as Seven Star Mountain, is a dormant volcano. It is one of the tallest mountains in northern Taiwan. The view from the top is impressive.
    Written June 26, 2022
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  • Louis L
    Taipei, Taiwan9 contributions
    a historical heritage for war heroes. you can see MP exchange show at certain hours, a lot of tourists come for this.
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • Toby Cheong
    Singapore, Singapore383 contributions
    Claw machines are everywhere and you can play like there's no tomorrow. Not easy to win unless with determination and strong focus.
    Written October 12, 2018
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