About Taipei City

(Alphabetize the list.)

Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
On a huge stretch of land frequented by local people and tourists alike, the memorial Hall project includes a main structure flanked by quaint, a similarly stately National Theater and National Concert Hal, besides a square, an avenue, a corridor, ponds and an enchanting Oriental garden.
Huashan 1914 Creative Park
Home to a restaurant opened by renowned Taiwanese illustrator Jimmy, a DIY fashion shop, an indigenous-culture fashion shop, a“breathing” bicycle shop, a live performance theater, and art movie theater. Every venue in this park has a unique and incredible story to tell!
National Palace Museum
Collected over the span of 7,000-year period, the museum’s 650,000-item Chinese artifact trove, which consists of calligraphy, paintings, literatures, relics, imperial documents from the Qing dynasty, copper ware, jades, ceramics, embroideries, among others, is an emperor’s collection inherited and replenished by the Qing court. The museum is ranked in the world's top 4 and the largest in terms of Chinese artifacts.
Shilin Night Market
Surrounded by Wenlin, Dadong, Danan Roads and Xiaoxi St., Shilin Night Market is the largest of its kind in Taipei City and mostly offers students inexpensive food and clothing.An impressive array of snacks (double-layer pastry, tapioca tea, cuttlefish in thick soup, fried chicken, Shilin giant sausages, milk donuts, herbal soup, etc.) .
Songshan Cultural & Creative Park
Songshan Cultural and Creative Park encompasses several exhibition spaces, the Taipei Culture-Creative Center, cafés, an award-winning bakery, and fine-art shops. The park is a creative dynamo helping Taiwan shine in the arenas of design, fashion, innovation, and creativity.
Taipei 101
Architect Li blends the elements of modernism into the chinoiseries elements of Taipei 101, a fashion-forward shopping mall and skyscraper that boasts the world’s fastest static-pressure elevators (which move from the 1st to 89th floor in only 37 seconds at the speed of 1,010 m/min) and the largest wind-damper. At least 370 meters taller than the neighboring buildings, this 508-meter-high skyscraper - with 101 stories above the ground level - commands a breathtaking view of urban landscape.
Wanhua/ Longshan Temple
Enjoy the old Bopiliao Historic Block market street, internationally famous Longshan Temple, the historic Moungar Secondhand Bookshop, the “8-treasures” and fresh mango shaved-ice treats at Long Du, and the delightful traditional aromas of Herb Alley.
Ximen/ Ximending
Ximending, one of Taipei’s oldest districts, seems to have the elixir of youth. This vibrant center of modern Taipei youth culture is home to historic eateries such as Lao Tien Lu Marinated Snacks, Fong Da Café, Mei Kuan Yuan, and Ay-Chung Rice Flour Noodle Shop as well as vermicelli and international flavors.





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