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4.5/5Wonderful!(160 area reviews)
Visitors to Ximending love its popular shops, and you can check out The Red House and Taipei Cinema Park. If you want to see more in the area, you can get around town on the metro at Ximen Station.
4/5Very Good!(15 area reviews)
Get to know Tamsui and its many features like its riverfront and seafood restaurants. You might want to explore sights like Yangmingshan National Park and Tamsui Old Street, and you can jump on the metro at Xinshi 1st Rd Station or Danjin Beixin Station to get around the city.
4/5Very Good!(34 area reviews)
Unique features of Taoyuan District include the shopping and restaurants. Make a stop by Taoyuan Night Market or Taoyuan Arena while you're exploring the area.
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Travelers love Zhongshan for its popular shops, and you can see more of Taipei by jumping on the metro at Zhongshan Junior High School Station or Xingtian Temple Station. You might spend time checking out top sights like Xingtian Temple and Miramar Ferris Wheel.
4.5/5Wonderful!(57 area reviews)
You might enjoy the shopping while in Banqiao. Nanya Night Market is a notable sight, and you can get around town at Fuzhong Station or Banxin Station to see more of the city.
Travelers to Taipei give high marks for the shopping, fascinating museums, and top-notch restaurants. Tourists who journey to this culturally-rich city can discover its temples, monuments, and cafés. Top sights in the city include Taipei 101, Baby Boss, and Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.
- There are 1036 hotels and other accommodations in Taipei
- The closest major airport is in Taipei (TSA-Songshan), 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from the city center
- The next closest is in Taipei (TPE-Taoyuan Intl.), 19.7 mi (31.7 km) away
Sightseeing and Staying in Taipei
Well known for its museums, the city's cultural venues include National Palace Museum, National Taiwan Museum, and Moja Taipei. Attractions like Baby Boss and Maokong Gondola are fun for everyone, not just kids. Its temples and monuments are notable and landmarks include Taipei 101, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, and Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall.
In Taipei, you'll find 1036 hotels and other lodging options so you'll have ample places to choose from for a perfect holiday retreat. Below are top ones based on our user reviews:
- Something Easy Inn - This 3.5-star bed & breakfast in Ruifang features free WiFi, a rooftop terrace, and a snack bar/deli.
- Luckytree House - This 2.5-star hostel in Zhongzheng features free breakfast, free WiFi, and laundry facilities.
- Play Design Hotel - Guests who stay at this 3.5-star hotel in Datong can enjoy access to a free grocery shopping service and self-service laundry, along with free WiFi. Expedia customers like its helpful staff and clean, comfortable rooms.
Other favorite sights in Taipei include Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei Botanical Garden, and Longshan Temple.
Getting Around Taipei
With so many ways to get around, seeing all of Taipei is easy. You can take advantage of metro transit at Zhongxiao Dunhua Station, Zhongxiao Fuxing Station, and Daan Station. If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Taipei Songshan Station, Taipei Station, or Taipei Wanhua Station.
Dressing for Taipei
- Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 74°F, while nighttime temperatures stay around 53°F
- From April to June, the average is 92°F during the day and 60°F at night
- July through September sees average temperatures of 92°F during the day and 70°F at night
- In October-December, you can expect 85°F as the daytime average and 55°F as the nighttime average
- Taipei gets about 3.03 inches of rain per year
- August and July are usually the hottest months averaging 92°F, while February and January are usually the coldest with an average temperature of 54°F