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Rock Climbing in Long Dong

4.5 6 reviews | 300+ Booked
Take an adventurous detour from the city and spend the day rock climbing at one of the most scenic rock climbing spots in all of South East Asia. Perfect for beginners, you'll receive guidance and support from experienced, professional rock climber instructors. Long Dong itself is renowned for its challenging and diverse climb routes, as well as its smooth limestone cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean - quite an adventure to remember.
US$ 72.09
Book now for 27 Sep 2021
US$ 54.09
Book now for 1 Oct 2021

Taipei Zoo Combo Tickets

4.8 960 reviews | 8K+ Booked
US$ 2.19
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US$ 54.09
US$ 51.19
Book now for 26 Sep 2021

Taiwan's Northern Coast

4.4 386 reviews | 4K+ Booked
Venture to the very tip of northern Taiwan, an area embraced by mountains and the Pacific Ocean stretching to the northern horizon. Experience seaside living at Keelung Harbor, a commercial port with a thriving community in a beautiful setting. Pay a visit to Chung Cheng Park, home to the 25-meter Goddess of Mercy statue and offering spectacular views of Keelung and the ocean from its ornate pavilion. The journey continues to Yehliu Geopark – a fascinating coastal rock park featuring some out-of-this-world rock formations, including one that looks like a queen's head!
US$ 43.25
US$ 39.79
Book now for 1 Oct 2021

What people are saying about Climbing in Taipei

Patricia Camille Published 570 days ago
Easy claiming of tickets - just follow the instructions at the brochure and this will be a breeze. I also appreciated the discount we got from Klook, it’s as if we just paid for the Gondola ride for combo tickets!! There is a 5NTD shuttle from Taipei Zoo Station to the Maokong Gondola terminal, so we didn’t have to go back to the entrance again.
AI KIAN Published 185 days ago
Last minute booking to Maokong and saw the value for money combo ticket. Smooth checking in to the zoo with the show of the electronic QR code from the phone at the information counter. Likewise taking the Gondola, just show the QR code at the information desk and they will print the ticket for entrance purposes. Great value with time saving in long queue, more time spent in exploration.
MEI JU Published 241 days ago
I think it's a good deal 😂😂 go to the service desk and press the ticket machine to scan the qrcode to get the zoo tickets first~ first go around and ran to the shuttle bus for $5 (only with leisure cards, all-in-one cards. Electronic does not accept cash) to the bird park Get off the bus and transfer to the shuttle bus from Zoo South Station to take the cable car (because of time constraints, we did not stroll in the bird park area, think we can go to the cable car after shopping) 🚩 remember to get off the shuttle bus and go to the service counter to redeem it with qrcode Lift tickets! It takes about 20~30 minutes to reach Maokong Station. It’s so long. The next door is afraid of heights. It’s very nervous. Especially when entering and exiting the station, there is the feeling of being pushed out. Personally, I think it’s okay. I’m not afraid~ I found a crystal car on the return trip (the floor is transparent!!) But because the number is small, the waiting time will be longer. We want to say that we have all come and try to line up~~Conclusion I can’t see under your feet at night. Ah 😂😂😂😂😂 The dark ones can only see the night scene in the distance! Take the Crystal Car when the sky is still bright 😹😹 South Station~Maokong Station$100+Maokong Station~Zoo Station$120+Zoo tickets $60 totaling $280, use klook $230 to buy directly cheap and fast😂😂I think it’s 😆😆
Yi Lynn Abby Published 570 days ago
I bought two tickets right outside the zoo and receive them almost immediately after making payment. It cost the same as the physical ticket selling at the ticketing machine. Showed the entrance staff my QR code and was guided to the QR code scanner just beside the entrance. It was a fuss free experience. Recommend to everyone!
Amelia Hosana Published 572 days ago
Instant confirmation, booked a couple of minutes before arrival. Place is amazing, pretty crowded with kids on the weekends. Animals are divided into clear sections, easy to choose which one to see first. Try to wear comfy shoes because you will need to walk a lot. Lot's of rest area choices to stop and grab something to eat. Overall a great experience, would definitely go again.

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