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Taiwan's capital, Taipei, is situated at the country's northern tip.
The city sits in a basin between the Central and Yangming Mountains and is surrounded by the larger, but quite distinct, New Taipei City.
In recent decades, Taipei has busily transformed itself into one of the region's most liveable cities and into one of Asia's premier travel destinations.
Today, Taipei has one foot striding towards a futuristic utopia and the other respectfully rooted in ancient Chinese traditions.
It's easy to fall in love with this friendly city.
The aroma of Chinese street food fills the air.
Scooters and bicycles roll the streets. And surrounded by nature, tranquility is never more than a bus ride or hike away.
Start your day with a slice of classic Taipei.
Situated in the city's oldest neighborhood, Wanhua, the Longshan Temple is the spiritual heart of Taipei.
It's a place where generations of locals have come to seek good fortune, health, and even guidance on who to marry.
Taiwan's political heart is the district of Zhongshan.
The Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall honors the memory of the former president of the Republic of China.
Memorial Square is also home to one of the city's most important cultural sites,
the National Concert Hall, a stunning example of neoclassical Chinese architecture.
Just a short stroll away is 228 Peace Park, a tranquil memorial to the 1949 uprisings that sowed the seeds of Taiwan's independence.
Step even further back into Taiwan's past at the National Taiwan Museum and discover the country's rich, natural, cultural, and political history.
Hop on Taipei's excellent MRT and head to the National Palace Museum, home to the world's greatest collections of Chinese art and antiquities.
There are plenty of riches to be found on Taipei's streets too.
Enjoy the blooms and haggle for jewelry at the flower and jade markets.
Hunt down bargains in giant department stores like SOGO or cruise the smaller boutiques and restaurants in Yongkang Street.
Once you've explored Taipei's streets, rocket to the heavens aboard the high-speed elevators of Taipei 101, one of the world's tallest skyscrapers.
While some have suggested that the design resembles a stack of noodle boxes,
the tower is widely regarded as a stunning example of oriental revivalist architecture.
There are plenty of natural vantage points around the city too.
Just a fifteen-minute walk from Taipei 101 is Elephant Mountain, the most accessible of the city's peaks.
There are no high-speed lifts here, but the 20-minute climb to the top is worth it, especially at sunset.
For more great views, head to Maokong Mountain.
The mountain's gondola service starts at the Taipei Zoo, the largest zoological collection in Asia.
This zoo holds a special place in the hearts of locals, and the animals are treated like members of Taipei's extended family.
From the zoo, step aboard a gondola and glide over the forest canopy to Maokong Mountain.
With villages and temples to explore, Maokong makes a fabulous day trip.
As an important tea growing area, it is also the place to learn the finer points of tea tasting and appreciation.
You'll have to walk to get to Taipei's highest peak, Mount Qixing, which lies just to the north of the city in the Yangmingshan National Park.
Climb the one thousand steps up through the subtropical forest and into the grassy highlands that gave the area its original name, Grass Mountain.
All that hiking and mountain air can build up an appetite, so when it's time to return to the city, head to the Shilin Night Market.
At times it seems half the population is here, doing what Taipei locals do best:
enjoying great food, hunting down bargains, and simply enjoying their incredible city.
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告訴你外國朋友來時如何介紹台北 (Taipei Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia)

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阿多賓 發佈於 2014 年 2 月 25 日

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In recent decades, Taiwan has transformed itself into one of Asia's premier travel destinations. It's easy to fall in love with this city. The aroma of street food fills the air. Scooters and bicycles rule the streets. And surrounded by nature, tranquility is never more than a bus ride or hike away. Start your day at the Longshan Temple, the spiritual heart of Taipei. Taiwan's political heart is the district of Zhongshan, home to the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, 228 Peace Park and the National Taiwan Museum. Hop on Taipei's excellent MRT and head to the National Palace Museum, home to the world's greatest collection of Chinese art and antiquities. Taipei's streets are a treasure trove too. Enjoy the blooms at the flower markets. Hunt down bargains in giant department stores and cruise the restaurants in Yong Kang Street. Rocket to the heavens aboard the high-speed elevators of Taipei 101 and enjoy the spectacular views from one of the world's tallest skyscrapers. There are plenty of natural vantage points around the city too, such as Elephant Mountain, Maokong Mountain and Mount Qixing. At sundown, head to the Shilin Night Market to feast, shop and simply enjoy this incredible city.

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