For the most comprehensive overview of Taiwan's capital, come along on this 3-hour city tour. Gain a deeper insight into Taiwanese religion, history and culture with stops at five famous sightseeing spots. See the impressive Chiang Kai-Shek memorial hall, watch the hourly changing of the guard and discover more about the former leader of the Republic of China. A visit to the world's largest and most impressive collection of over 650,000 Chinese art, artifacts and curios is on the cards at the National Palace Museum. You'll swing by the Presidential Office Building, the highest seat of government then get an insight into traditional Taiwanese culture at the Martyrs' Shrine, a dedication to fallen war heroes and set in luscious countryside surrounds. A jam-packed itinerary, but the perfect way to dive into your visit.
One of the first things you'll notice when visiting Taiwan is that almost everyone gets around by motorcycle. Discover Taipei the local way on a guided motorbike tour of the city. Zip about on the back of a motorbike and sightsee Taipei with an experienced English speaking guide. With four route options, you can dictate your own itinerary. There's a full day tour to the most scenic areas on the city outskirts with lunch and a visit to quaint Jiufen Old Street. Night owls can embark on a sunset tour for an electric view of the glowing city by night plus a relaxing hot spring soak. Early birds can skip the Jiufen day crowds and experience Taipei's natural side at dawn, whilst serious enthusiasts will enjoy cruising down the Taipei city streets. There's truly an option for everyone!
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What people are saying about Sightseeing in Taipei
This is an amazing way to get around Taipei. We were travelling with 2 seniors and 2 children around Taipei and we got around on the double decker. The buses arrived on time as scheduled, they were comfortable and clean staff was very gracious in assisting 2 elders in the lower deck while the rest of us went straight to the second level of the bus. Worth it for the price.
fun nd long ride.. This is a must for kids :) the cable is not fast and doesn't move much. Kids can just sit down and enjoy the breathtaking view of Taipei. It's worth the pay since it's really a very long ride. And you can get a one day mrt pass with unlimited Maokong Gondola ride (cable car). once done, enjoy the food on the mountain top. thanks klook!
Taipei children s amusement park ticket was very easily bought from Klook. You can show the ticket in mobile at amusement park and get the unlimited band which can be used in any main 13 attractions any number of times. Attractions which are not in 13 are not of that importance and can be ignored. So this unlimited ticket is very cheap and useful. If u buy tickets at counter, u have to pay around 20-30 nt for each attraction.
Buying and redeeming tickets is convenient and easy. Just submit the proof of reservation that was printed or captured from your mobile phone to get the cable car boarding pass. The service staff is very quick, there is no problem ???? But before going up to Maokong Station, it is a very long ride. But looking at the view along the way to enjoy it If not a lot of people can sit alone in the cable car! Like Mao comes ???? There is a restaurant on the top. And the tea popsicle are delicious! After coming back down and still walking back to Taipei Zoo too, it is very close ????
Fun activity! Such an epic view of Taipei. Once you are up to the top, you can walk around though beware of mosquitoes if you don’t have bug spray. Also, if there is any hint of thunderstorms, the gondola will shutdown! Your alternative way down is by bus or taxi. Check weather and bus routes, and plan accordingly!
I had the best time on this tour. Ruth was fun and shared so much knowledge about Taipei and the places we visited. I’m thankful to her for such a great time! She was also a master photographer! Even though I was the only participant, they continued with the tour. It’s comprehensive and includes a lot of the main sites even several changing of the guards.