Things to Do in Taipei

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Known for its handsome bartenders, groovy interiors and delicious cocktails. Read More

The flagship store for a local book chain also sells gourmet chocolates, French fashion, music, funky stationery, electronic goods and Japanese... Read More

The city’s most revered site has fantastically gilded and lacquered pillars and walls. Read More

Bird’s eye views, and inviting teahouses at the end of the line. Read More

A contemporary art museum, located in the old city hall. Read More

A café/gallery/restaurant/design store, the Museum of Tomorrow stocks ingenious Japanese home wares and furniture. Read More

A café/gallery/restaurant/design store, the Museum of Tomorrow stocks ingenious Japanese home wares and furniture. Read More

With jade-green tiled roofs and yellow walls that loom dramatically out of a mountain valley north of downtown Taipei, the museum holds one of the... Read More

Built by the Japanese in 1908, the red-brick octagonal building was recently renovated, like many old structures in Taipei. Stylishly dressed young... Read More

Shida Night Market is less crowded and offers everything from Cantonese dim sum to Yunnanese lamb noodles. Read More

An art house movie theater, café, and cinephile bookstore in the old U.S. ambassador’s residence. Read More

One of the more famous night markets, where snakes are sold as food. Read More

A nostalgic lounge with vintage furniture and laid-back ambience. Read More

An art house movie theater, café, and cinephile bookstore in the old U.S. ambassador’s residence. Read More

Architect: C.Y. Lee and Partners Architects ... Read More

Avant-garde styles by Japanese designer Jun Takahashi. There’s also a café serving cocktails by Barcode. Read More

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