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Taipei 101: One of the Highest Observation Decks in the World

Source: Tourism Bureau, Republic of China (Taiwan) Its title as the tallest building in the world may have been overtaken but Taipei 101 remains one of the tallest buildings in the world. Standing at 392 meters high, Taipei 101 offers a panoramic view of the city all-around from each of its viewing decks. It’s as close to a bird’s eye view as you can get of the Taipei cityscape. If you can’t decide whether to go in the morning when the sun lights up the city or at night when the city is lit up against the night sky, opt to take a trip in the evening when you can enjoy the best of both worlds and catch the sunset!...

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National Taiwan Museum | The Oldest Museum in Taiwan

Location: 228 Peace Park, No. 2, Xiangyang Rd., TaipeiOperating hours:  Main Building: Tue – Sun: 9.30 am – 5.00 pm Nanmen Park: Mon – Sun: 6 am – 10 pm *Museum is closed on Mondays unless it’s a national or consecutive holiday Admission: Details in article Established during the colonial years, the National Taiwan Museum, is the oldest museum in Taiwan. The building’s architecture alone is an art to be appreciated. Source: Department of Information and Tourism,Taipei City Government The Greek temple-front, towering columns, vaulted roof and renaissance-style windows make for a breath-taking combination. When you walk into the museum, be sure to look up, for you’ll find the arresting sight of light spilling through the stained glass window on the high ceiling....

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Taipei Astronomical Museum | A Museum for Space Loving Kids

Location: No. 363號, Jihe Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111Operating hours Tue – Sun (except Sat): 9 am – 5 pm  Sat: 9 am – 8 pm *Museum is closed on Mondays unless it falls on a national holiday Admission: Details in article   Located near the Taipei Children’s Amusement Park is the Taipei Astronomical Museum and if you can’t find it, keep an eye out for the big and bright golden dome. The distinctive dome, featuring more than 300 seats tilted up to face a wide curved screen, is part of the Taipei Astronomical Museum. This Dome Theatre is fitted with three different broadcasting systems, which presents you with a crystal clear view of a starry night sky, screens full-dome...

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Taipei Water Park | Water Play for the Family!

Location: No. 1號, Siyuan St, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100 Operating hours: All-year-round (except Summer): 9 am – 5 pm (last entry: 4 pm) Summer (1 Jul – 31 Aug): 9 am – 6 pm (last entry: 5 pm) *Please note that the park is closed on Mondays, unless it falls on a continuous holiday, then it’s open Admission: Details in article   More than just an entertainment facility, the Taipei Water Park serves to educate its visitors on Taiwan’s water resources as well as instruct about correct water usage. Little ones can get some splash action at the Water Country Park, a water playground with slides, bucket, fountains and sprays. If that’s not enough splish-splash, head out to the Aqua-Friendly Experiencing...

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Taipei Children’s Amusement Park | Outdoor Rides & Indoor Playground for Children of All Ages

Location: No. 55, Section 5, Chengde Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111 Operating hours:  Mon – Fri: 9 am – 5 pm  Sat, summer/winter vacation and consecutive holidays (except the last day): 9 am – 8 pm  Sun and last day of consecutive holidays: 9 am – 6 pm Admission: Adult: NT$ 30 Child (7 – 11 yrs): NT$ 15 Below 6 yrs: Free Located in Shilin, near the National Taiwan Science Education Centre and the Taipei Astronomical Museum is the Taipei Children’s Amusement Park. While it’s no Disney Land, this small amusement park has its charms. Source: Department of Information and Tourism,Taipei City Government The park features 13 toddler-friendly rides scattered between its three main themes—Fantasy Forest and Dream Sea,...

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