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... we were totally disappointed until we realized that the tray was only the pre-meal tray. Breakfast was great. We landed in Taipei, which has beautiful lush green mountains and stunning golf courses. Almost made me want to take up golf. Beers in the ...
A Much Needed Break in Taipei We decided to extend our stay in Taiwan for a few extra nights as we felt we needed to rest, recuperate and plan before heading over to Japan. I wasn't expecting much from Taipei, but was pleasantly surprised by the city! ...
... and tomorrow we will be freezing in South Korea, so we made the most of warm weather and did a 6 hour city walk around Taipei. We incorporated some of the Taipei must see temples but they are all getting a bit 'same same' now. To be honest ...
... so each of us could go their own ways. But unfortunately our first stop was the central train station of Taipei to admire the food court. Yes Taiwan trips are all about food. And I must say, the food is magnificent, especially the delicious pastries and ...
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Hsin Yi District, Taipei, Taiwan
tallest skyscraper in the world as of Friday, October 17th, 2003. 508 meters high opening in Jan 2005
221 Chih-shan Rd Sec 2, Taipei, Taiwan
This extraordinary collection of historic art treasures, fascinating for its depth and breadth, has miraculously escaped destruction over hundreds of years. Some pieces date back to the tenth century.
29-1 Zi Yun St., Taipei, Taiwan
221 Kuangchou St, Taipei, Taiwan
Many festivals and celebrations are held in Lungshan, often called "meeting place of the gods" for the wealth of deities worshipped here. Lungshan means "Dragon Mountain."