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Get close to animals from all around the world and learn about wildlife conservation at the largest zoo in Asia.
Rocket to the top of one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers for incredible views of Taipei and beyond.
Wander these renowned city markets, known for their nightlife, authentic Taiwanese dishes and local, traditional and international merchandise.
Once kept for the solitary enjoyment of emperors, today the world’s largest collection of Chinese antiquities and treasures can be enjoyed by all.
Flanked by traditional Chinese gardens and national cultural halls, this impressive memorial honours one of the world’s most important 20th-century leaders.
Grilled squid, duck blood and stinky tofu are on the exceptional menu in this traditional Taiwanese night market near the Keelung River.
Greenery has engulfed the train station in the Lungs of Taipei City, where joggers, skaters and tai chi experts work out beside the ducks and turtles of the lake.
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The Keelung River meanders through the core of this district known for its giant Ferris wheel, cultural activities and night market stalls.
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Visit this district close to the historic western gate of the Old Taipei City to see how much this city has progressed since the days of the Qing Dynasty.
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Appreciate stunning views of the Taipei cityscape from the tall Elephant Mountain and other vantage points across this undulating terrain.
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The National Palace Museum stands iconically amid tropical mountains overlooking a district of museums, parks and a vast night market.
A large zoo and a university are among the modern attractions that complement the traditional teahouses and temples in this eclectic district.