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My family of 13 had a reunion this year. James facilitated a tour of northern taiwan- shifen,Yehliu,Jiufen. He kept close communications and ... MoreReview for James Wei-jie Lin, Tour guide in Taipei, Taiwan
I can’t say enough about my experience with Mr. Wong’s guide service. Touched base with him prior to our visit, and we discussed various ... MoreReview for Wong Joseph, Tour guide in Taipei, Taiwan
Absolutely could not have had a better tour. Samantha's knowledge, flexibility, experience, linguistic ability and friendliness were off the ... MoreReview for Samantha Wu, Tour guide in Taipei, Taiwan
What type of a holiday would you like? Relaxing, rigorous or religious? Culturally or gastronomically enriching? Taipei has it all for you! Lets start with the Longshan Temple, popular amongst locals who come here to pray for guidance to the Buddhist god Guanyin. The Baoan Temple and Confucius temple, places of historical value stand next to each other in the Dalondong area. Do pencil into your itinerary the National Palace Museum, Red House and of course, Huashan Creative Park, a charming converted warehouse area with galleries, pubs and restaurants where one catch a movie or a concert or even the farmers market on Sundays. When its time for a food break Din Tai Fung serving the best xiaolongbao (pork dumplings) or the Shilin night market hosting a massive underground food court with traditional Taiwanese cuisine is the place to be. The Shilin night market and many such markets spread all over the city also has a clothes and accessories section; for higher end shopping head to Taipei 101, also popular as the second tallest building in the world! Make time to for a hike to the Yangmingshan National Park to get sweeping city views and then soak off those tired muscles at the famous Xinbeitou Hot Springs. Another innovative way to get a view of Taipei from the top is to look through the glass floors of the Maokong Gondola that starts at the Taipei Zoo. There is just so much to experience; so much to do…