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Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

Taipei landmark Chiang Kai-Shek - National Memorial Hall - was constructed in memory of Chiang Kai-Shek, former president of R.O.C. The large area is covered in the colours of the flag, blue, white and red. These colours symbolize independence, universal love and equality.
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Longshan Temple

Originally built in 1738, this is the oldest and most popular worshipped temple in Taipei. It has bronze dragons on pillars symbolizing protection, and Buddha sculptures in the main hall. A visit to this magnificent temple will grant you an understanding of Chinese architecture and religion.
National Palace Museum

National Palace Museum

The National Palace Museum holds the world’s largest collection of Chinese art spanning 5,000 years. The museum is known as the treasure house of Chinese culture. The museum offers multilingual guided tours.
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Taipei 101

Taipei 101 ranked officially as the world’s tallest from 2004 until the opening of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010. The building standing at 508 m / 1,667 ft! This Taipei landmark was designed in eight sections, since the Chinese lucky number is just that. The building has 101 floors with some of the fastest elevators in the world, travelling at a speed of almost 61 kilometres per hour.
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Dan Shui Riverside Cycle Path

A well maintained path running from Tam Sui MRT to the Hung Shu Lin MRT. Beautiful scenery and access to one of the region's few remaining mangrove swamps.
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Beitou Hot Spring Park

The Yangmingshan National Park provides the backdrop while you soak away the stresses and a strain of a hard day’s sightseeing. The park is located just to the north of Taipei and is Taipei's closest national park. This is a very beautiful site and a must see.
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Taipei Zoo

Taipei Zoo is a very nice place for families with children and there are lots of things to see and a wide variety of animals to admire. The zoo is very big with plenty of room for the animals and you can easily wander around the whole day. Taipei Zoo is in fact Asia's largest zoo.
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Taipei Eye - Show

Experience traditional Chinese and Taiwanese performing arts at Taipei Eye. One show is about 90 minutes. The rotating performances include the folklores and the local skills, aboriginal dance, puppet theatre and traditional opera.
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