Miramar Entertainment Park
Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines
There are currently 14 recognised indigenous tribes in Taiwan, and the exhibits at this museum cover the belief systems, festivals,...
National Palace Museum
Home to the world's largest and arguably finest collection of Chinese art, this vast collection covers treasures in painting,...
National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine
This large shrine marks the memory of almost 400,000 soldiers who have died for the ROC (mostly within China). The bulky complex, built...
A pioneer in the new coffee culture with an upscale atmosphere and award-winning single-origin beans.
Addiction Aquatic Development
Housed across from the Taipei Fish Market under a single roof is this collection of chic eateries serving the freshest seafood...
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Lonely Planet review
Part mall, part amusement park, all fun. This entertainment facility in the Neihu suburb northeast of the city boasts the world's second-largest Ferris wheel, located on its top floor. There are panoramic views, and of course, plenty of things to eat in Miramar's fine food court.