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  • Taipei Expo Park

    The Taipei Expo Foundation (the Foundation) was founded to manage Taipei Expo Park and its pavilions, to stimulate local commercial activities, to improve leisure lifestyle, to promote the development of Taiwan’s MICE industry and create more opportunities in hosting large-scale international meetings, exhibitions, and competitions, and to encourage international exchanges.

    Distance 0.7 Km,Driving time 4 Minute
  • Taiwan High Speed Rail

    Taipei Main Station is the main transportation hub for both the city and for northern Taiwan.
    Originally opened as Taipei Railway Station in 1891, the complex is one of the most popular meeting places in Taipei City. The area surrounding the station is primarily a commercial district very popular with tourists, students, and commuters as Taipei Main Station is the primary interchange station for the city.

    Distance 3.2 Km,Driving time 10 Minute
  • LauTianLu

    Located at Wuchang St, over 50 years, famous as his braised snack. LauTianLu is a part of history in Taipei, also special snack in Taiwan.

    Distance 4.5 Km,Driving time 16 Minute
  • AY-CHUMG flour-rice noodle

    Special as a stand-up rice noodle(‘misua’ or ‘mee sua’) restaurant, you will find out full of guest during weekends.

    Distance 4.7 Km,Driving time 16 Minute
  • Taipei 101

    Taipei 101 rises to a height of 508 meters and was the world's tallest building until the opening of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. There is an observation platform from which you can enjoy the views, but choose a day when the building is not obscured in cloud! Access to the observation deck is via the lifts on the fifth floor. Entry costs NT$400 or NT$370 for concession. As well as enjoying the view don't forget to have a look at the 660 ton steel ball that acts as a tuned mass damper.

    Distance 8.5 Km,Driving time 19 Minute
  • Dihua New Year Market

    A walk through the Dihua Street Area gives visitors a feel of Taipei City's past. The old-town market has scores of shops selling a variety of traditional goods such as Chinese medicines and herbs, temple icons and incense, spices and dried food, colorful bolts of cloth, and bamboo and wooden crafts.

    Distance 1.6 Km,Driving time 7 Minute
  • Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation

    "A world-class metro, a wonderful Taipei"
    With a service philosophy of openness and innovation, the Taipei Metro supports the City’s all-round development for better living, working, recreation and transportation. We integrate the local spirit to forge a brighter urban culture.

    Distance 1.2 Km,Driving time 5 Minute
  • WWW.GOV.TW

    Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, is an island of approximately 36,000 square kilometers, about the size of the Netherlands. It is situated southwest of Japan, north of the Philippines, and about 180 kilometers off the southeastern coast of mainland China. The ROC’s territory consists of Taiwan proper, as well as Kinmen, Matsu, Penghu and other minor islands.

    Distance 2.9 Km,Driving time 8 Minute
  • National Palace Museum

    The National Palace Museum (NPM) houses a collection of ancient Chinese artifacts, some of which came from The Palace Museum and the preparatory department of the Nanjing Museum (previously the "National Central Museum"); those that came from The Palace Museum originated from the Qing Court, and those that came from the preparatory department of the Nanjing Museum primarily originated from the Institute for Exhibiting Antiquities, which was previously owned by the Jehol and Shenyang temporary palaces. This signifies that the NPM's current artifact collection contains Qing court artifacts from The Palace Museum, the Jehol temporary palace, and the Shenyang temporary palace.

    Distance 10.9 Km,Driving time 26 Minute
  • Taipei Fine Arts Museum

    The mission of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum is to promote the preservation, research, development and popularization of Taiwanese modern and contemporary art; to keep abreast of global trends and establish a variety of channels for exchange; to raise the general public’s understanding of and participation in modern art.

    Distance 2.1 Km,Driving time 7 Minute
  • National Museum of History

    The“National Museum of Historical Artifacts and Fine Arts” was established in a Japanese style building near the Taipei Botanical Garden in 1955.The museum collections continued to grow with annual acquisitions obtained with government procurement budget allocations and donations from private collectors
    1.Motivated by professionalism and inspiring trends
    2.Life-long learning and service with hearts
    3.Sharing information and displaying diversity

    Distance 3.8 Km,Driving time 12 Minute