Visiting Top 7 Tourist Spots in Taipei, Taiwan in 4 Days

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I was a bit anxious going to Taiwan initially, being a Chinese speaking country. I was worried I might have a hard time figuring out how to go around the city or how to talk to the locals. So I kept my expectations low and prepared a very detailed itinerary before my flight. Anyway, I was going there to see my brother so that should be fun enough and worth the trip.

Plane view from Singapore to Taipei

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Surprisingly, Taiwan has very efficient transportation services. They have way more train lines than Singapore, in the city and going to the provinces, but they were actually so easy and convenient to use. Their locals may have had a hard time talking in English but they were so friendly that communicating with them went so smoothly. I loved it.

Airport and MRT Station at Taipei Taiwan

It was only a four days trip and went mostly to the touristy spots. I have listed the Top 7 Tourist Spots that I visited during the whole trip:

XIMENDING

The shopping district that is open until after midnight.

Location: No. 127, Hanzhong Street, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 108.

CHIANG KAI SHEK MEMORIAL

Location: No. 21, Zhongshan South Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100

TAIPEI 101

Was the tallest building in the world from 2004 to 2009. I believe that its true beauty is seen best at night.

Location: No. 7, Section 5, Xinyi Road, Xinyi District Taipei City, Taiwan 110.

SHILIN AND RAOHE NIGHT MARKETS

Location: Raohe Street, Songshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 105.

JUIFEN OLD STREETS

Location: Jishan Street, Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 224.

PINGXI OLD STREETS

Location: Pingxi Street, Pingxi District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 226.

SHIFEN WATERFALLS

Location: 226, Taiwan, New Taipei City, Pingxi District, 乾坑10號.

Plane view from Taiwan to Singapore

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OVERALL

At the end of my trip, I realized it was impossible to be hungry in Taiwan. There is just so much street food everywhere, day and night. In fact, I ate so much street food that I craved for “real” full meals as soon as I got back to Singapore and never wanting to eat any more street food in the next weeks again.

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