National Palace Museum is the richest collection of Chinese artifacts, and you can see many precious art antiques.
These treasures were once private pleasure of emperor’s collection, but now they are open for the general public to enjoy.
Shilin Night Market is one of the most popular night markets in Taipei
The night market is located near the Jiantan MRT station and has very convenient transportation.
The Shilin Night Market has many special snacks, such as stinky tofu, sausages, and oyster egg rolls. Be sure to come and eat!
Yangmingshan National Park is the third national park in Taiwan
The elevation ranges from 200 to 1,120 meters and covers an area of 11,456 hectares. There are several hot spring areas in the park.
Every spring, in February and March, flowers bloom on Yangmingshan Mountain, and in autumn, maple leaves cover the mountains and valleys, making for a magnificent view.
Tamsui Old Street has not only been a well-known hot spot in Taiwan, but also attracts many foreigners to come here.
Fish balls, iron eggs and Agei are the specialties of Tamsui Old Street.
Walking on the street facing the sea, blowing the comfortable sea breeze, watching the sun set slowly, it is soothing to the body and mind.
CKS Memorial Hall is dedicated to the memory of Chiang Kai-shek, the first president of the Republic of China.
The blue and white colors used in the memorial hall are the main colors of the national flag, and the dome of the sky on top of the memorial hall is decorated with the 12 rays of the blue sky and white sun.
The National Concert Hall and the National Theater are located on the left and right sides of the CKS Memorial Hall.
Visitors to Taiwan should not miss this attraction