Click on the 11 Taiwan Attractions listed below to find out more about the highlights of our Taiwan Tours. Seven of the attractions are in the capital Taipei, including historical, cultural, and modern sights. The National Palace Museum is Taiwan's version of the Forbidden City in Beijing.
For scenic attractions sightseers can journey to Taiwan's villages, monasteries, and national parks. The pick of them is Taroko Gorge, a marble-walled canyon with hiking, camping, and great photographic opportunities. Learn about Taiwan's indigenous tribes and jade production there.
Elephant Mountain sits in Taipei nearTaipei 101 Just a 20 minute walk away from Taipei 101, you can find a small natural park with a hill and walking paths. Elephant Mountain (象山) is 183 meters (600 fe..
A great place to go for for dinner, learn about history, and experience the people. One of the highlights in Taiwan are the night markets that come to life when the sun sets. It is close to Elephant Mou..
A place to go for food... It is the biggest night market in Taipei, and it is known mainly for the variety of food. There is a big covered cooked food market, many restaurants, and many street vendors offeri..
Free and beautiful and interesting ... Maybe another reason that Taiwan's incoming tourist numbers keeps increasing by 10% a year is that many good natural places are free to visit. Beitou Park is an e..
If you like national parks, hot springs/geysers, mountains, scenic places and natural paths... A free option is having a leisurely hike up the rolling hillsides of Yangmingshan. The park is accessible by pu..
Chiang Kai Shek (CKS) Memorial Hall is a monument commemorating the life of former President Chiang Kai Shek, a strong 20th century military and political leader in China. One of the most visited landmarks i..
Fo Guang Shan Monastery provides you with a restful respite from the hustle and bustle of the nearby city. The grounds are beautiful with none like them in the world. One intriguing element of this monastery..
No visit to China is complete without a visit to a night market. These markets, a Chinese tradition, offer the visitor a true taste of Chinese culture. One of the most famous of these night markets is the Hwa..
Kenting National Park, on the southern tip of Taiwan, is the perfect place to go for a naturalist holiday. It offers stunning vistas, spectacular ocean views and a tremendous array of both flora and fauna. I..
Lungshang Temple is a breathtaking site to visit. The temple was established in the 18th century and is the oldest of Taipei's temple. The amazing ornate carvings and other decorative elements on display are ..
Almost a quarter of a million square meters in size, Presidential Square is a spacious expanse of quarried stone blocks framed with lush gardens and exquisite, pagoda-style buildings dedicated to theater and..
The emerald waters of Sun Moon Lake in the Rearing Pond Village, within Nantou County, draws visitors from all over the world. Known to be the largest freshwater lake in Taiwan, its mysterious beauty, peac..
Visiting the Taipei 101 Tower site should be on your list of things to do in this exciting city. Beautiful in spirit and design, one notices immediately that its spire is architecturally influenced by the ba..
Why Go to Taroko Gorge?Taroko Gorge is Taiwan's most popular tourist destination for both domestic and international visitors. Most of Taiwan's native wildlife and birds can be found here.Spectacular scenery..
The National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine is a must see attraction for all visitors to Taiwan interested in fine architecture and scenery, Chinese history and war monuments, and the dramatic ceremony of the..
The National Palace Museum located in Taipei City, a suburb of Waishuangxi, is a fascinating view of antiquities of all kinds including paintings, rare documents and books, ceramics, curios, bronzes, jades, ..