Dating from 1815, this pavilion contains the only preserved section of the 5km-long city walls. They were originally erected in 1553, to...
Flower, Bird, Fish & Insect Market
One of few remaining traditional markets in town, this spot is a fascinating experience. Wander among the roar of crickets, interlaced...
Immediately west of a hulking new shopping centre, the port-red and recently built Taoist Báiyún (White Cloud) Temple is fronted by an...
Babyface may be a nationwide chain, but it’s still one of the longest-running and least exclusive clubs in the city. The crowd is...
Handy Old Town outpost of the health-conscious chain dedicated to pick-me-up breakfasts, crisp salads, sandwiches and feel-good juices...
Fat Olive information
Lonely Planet review
Nestled among office towers and residential suites, the Fat Olive has a cosy outdoor deck overlooking the Old Town to the south. The brainchild of chef David Laris, it serves Greek-style meze (olives, feta, tzatziki and pita burgers) accompanied by a decent selection of New World wines that go for as low as ¥100 a bottle. This is a prime summer-lounging locale.