Soar up to the sky!
Taipei 101 is undeniably one of the most prominent attractions in Taipei, so it is without question a must-do activity – especially for first timers! However, with its sheer popularity, you can also expect the lines for this attraction to be incredibly long despite it costing Php 1,030 per person.
We’ve found a way for you to save and skip-the-lines to Taipei 101, so if you’re keen to get first dibs to the skyscraper’s panoramic views, keep reading!
1. Purchase your tickets online
When you purchase your Taipei 101 tickets via the Klook App, not only will you get to skip the long ticket lines, but you’ll also get them at a discounted price at Php 876 – that’s Php 154 in savings!
Plus, with Klook’s ‘Instant Confirmation’ option, you can book your tickets on the spot and say goodbye to long queues! Once you’ve received your mobile voucher, all you need to do is head towards the ticketing machine and get your physical tickets.
2. Opt for the Taipei 101 Observatory Priority Pass
With the Taipei 101 Observatory Priority Pass, ticket-holders get to skip the ticket lines and the lines going up the observatory deck! All you have to do is head up the 5th floor’s priority pass counter and zoom up the 89th floor in no less than 38 seconds!
3. Visit early from Monday to Thursday
Tourists are inevitable any day of the week, but planning your visit first thing in the morning will guarantee shorter lines and unobstructed views from the highest point in Taipei. Take full advantage of this and take as many photos as you can!
4. Avoid traffic by taking the MRT
If you’re trying to get to Taipei 101 first thing in the morning, we highly recommend taking the MRT to avoid the city traffic! Pick up a Taipei Fun Pass and enjoy unlimited rides throughout the city, plus free admission to several attractions in Taipei – including Taipei 101!
How to get to Taipei 101: Take the MRT Tamsui–Xinyi line (Red line) to Taipei 101/World Trade Center station Exit No. 4
5. Wear appropriate clothing
This is definitely not something everyone thinks of before heading up Taipei 101. But to avoid making your wait any longer, make sure to wear appropriate clothing. Guests who come in wearing shorts or slippers will be forfeited entry. So take note!
Other things to enjoy in Taipei 101:
There’s more to Taipei 101 than its 360-degree views. While you’re in the area, you might want to consider taking part in these activities before saying goodbye to the tower’s fantastic views.
1. Taipei 101 Damper
Taipei 101 was once the tallest skyscraper in the world, falling second Dubai’s Burj Khalifa only recently. However, it still holds the world record for the largest mass damper in the world, and it’s open for all guests to see!
2. 91st Floor Observatory
Be one with the clouds at Taipei 101’s 91st floor observatory! Depending on the weather condition, guests are allowed to head up from the 89th floor to the 91st floor to experience the outdoor observatory. And although this is an exciting experience, we’d like to remind you to literally hold on to your hats.
3. World’s highest Starbucks
Coffee lovers out there can’t miss out on a visit to the world’s highest Starbucks! But fair warning – getting a table here is not easy. Apart from the fact that you’ll need to call in for a reservation, you must be in smart casual, and spend at least NTD 300 (Php 514.00) to secure a table. Seems a lot for coffee, but with a view this good – it’s hard to pass up!
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