Taipei, Taiwan-How To Choose Where To Stay in Taipei
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It's always challenging when you visit any city for the first time to decide on where exactly you want to stay. This video highlights my 5 favorite districts to stay in Taipei. The characteristics of each district are highlighted to make it easier to decide which one suits you best.
Technically Taipei Main Station is not a district but falls in Zhongzheng but I think it's better to use Taipei Main Station when you're searching for hotels and other retail or services.
The districts fall in order of transportation convenience with number 1 Taipei Main Station being the best and Xinyi District the area furthest away. Taipei City is not that expansive so if you stay in Xinyi it will take you approximately 20 minutes to get to Taipei Main Station by MRT.
Zhongshan is convenient and has a some nice sites to visit including the Ningxia Night Market, Dihua Old Street, The Museum of Contemporary Art.
Daan is great for shoppers, foodies, bar hoppers, and some nice parks and neighborhoods to explore.
Ximending is the most energetic district with lots of choices for food, cafes, entertainment, street performers, and is completely safe even with the crowds that inhabit the place every night.
Xinyi is the most luxurious of all the districts with the best selection of 5 star hotels, international restaurants, Chinese/Taiwanese fine dining, and the best Japanese food. Bars, hot nightclubs and one of the best selections of luxury goods stores in East Asia.
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The BEST of Taiwan's FAMOUS FOODS in Taipei | Amazing Taiwanese STREET FOOD tour Taipei
TAIPEI, TAIWAN is a vibrant, exciting city and perfect for FOOD lovers. In this video we go FOOD HUNTING to find the BEST versions of Taiwanese dishes we all know and love, from stinky tofu and beef noodle soup to gua bao and bubble milk tea. Get ready for some mouthwatering food. Make sure you’re subscribed to our channel so you don’t miss out on heaps more food videos!
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We start with one of our favourite noodles soups in the world TAIWANESE BEEF NOODLE SOUP at Liu Shandong which received Bib Gourmand recognition from Michelin this year. The eatery is really popular with the locals and we can see why! The noodles are bouncy and thick and the beef is melt in your mouth. The beef broth is clean tasting and has a rich beef flavour. An array of condiments are on the tables in which to adjust your noodle soup to your own taste. We add fermented black beans, pickled mustard greens and some chilli oil to ramp up the flavours and spice. Highly recommended!
We move on to our next snacks- GUA BAO and BUBBLE MILK TEA. Both stalls are extremely popular and are within a couple of metres of each other. The gua bao is a steamed pork belly bun- at Lan Jia it is made up of half fatty pork and half lean pork. Stuffed into a fluffy steamed bun together with crushed peanuts, sugar and pickled mustard greens, this is one of the best gua bao we’ve ever eaten. Chen San Ding’s bubble milk tea is the best thing to wash down the gua bao. Contrary to its name, this stall’s version doesn’t contain tea but is made up of fresh milk and warm tapioca boba that are cooked in thick, sweet brown sugar syrup. It’s sweet, fun to eat/drink and very rich. Both stalls are well worth a visit!
Our next snack is one of our favourite to eat when in Taiwan- stinky tofu! It gets a bad reputation what with its stink but its smell is far worse than its taste! We eat deep fried stinky tofu stuffed with chilli and soy sauce with pickled cabbage on the side. It’s an amazing snack and the stinky tofu has a beautiful flavour.
We finish with one of Taiwan’s most beloved dishes- lu rou fan. Available at almost every eatery, braised pork on rice is addictive! Jin Feng is a lu rou fan powerhouse- white rice topped with a ladle of braised pork bits and fatty soy sauce. This is one delicious bowl you have got to eat when in Taipei!
Where and what we ate:
Beef noodle soup at Liu Shandong, No. 2, Lane 14, Section 1, Kaifeng St, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100. Open 8:00am to 8:00pm. Closed Sunday.
Gua bao at Lan Jia Traditional Taiwanese Snack, No. 3, Alley 8, Lane 316, Section 3, Luosifu Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100. Open 11:00am to midnight. Closed Monday.
Bubble milk tea at Chen San Ding, No. 2, Alley 8, Lane 316, Section 3, Luosifu Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100. Open 11:00am to 9:30pm. Closed Monday.
Stinky tofu at 110, Taiwan, Taipei City, Xinyi District, 忠孝東路五段165巷5號. Open 8:00am to 8:30pm. Closed Sunday.
Lu rou fan at Jin Feng Braised Pork Rice, No. 10, Section 1, Roosevelt Rd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100. Open 8:00am to 1:00am.
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The Tree House (樹屋旅店)
Add: No. 132, Liuhe 2nd Rd., Qianjin District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市前金區六合二路132號)
Tel: (07) 287-8800
Website: the-tree-house.hotel.com.tw (Chinese)
Just Sleep Kaohsiung Zhongzheng (捷絲旅高雄中正館)
Add: No. 134, Zhongzheng 1st Rd., Lingya District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市苓雅區中正一路134號)
Tel: (07) 972-3568
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Add: Dayi Warehouse C9-19, Pier-2 Art Center; No. 2, Dayi St., Yancheng District, Kaohsiung City (高雄駁二大義倉庫C9-19; 高雄市鹽埕區大義街2號)
Tel: (07) 531-6999
Good Day Tea House and Sky Lounge (好好生活館)
Add: No. 78, Kunming St., Qianzhen District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市前鎮區崑明街78號)
Tel: (07) 535-4319
Ki A Peng Sian (枝仔冰城) (Pier-2 Art Center Branch)
Add: No. 8-2, Dayong Rd., Yancheng District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市鹽埕區大勇路8-2號)
Tel: (07) 521-1149
Website: kaps.com.tw (Chinese)
85 Sky Tower 高雄85大樓
Dadong Arts Center 大東文化藝術中心
Gushan Ferry Pier 鼓山渡輪碼頭
Hongmaogang Cultural Park 紅毛港文化園區
Kaohsiung Exhibition Center 高雄展覽館
Kaohsiung Main Public Library 高雄市立圖書總館
Kaohsiung Martyrs’ Shrine 高雄市忠烈祠
Kevin Lin 林俊昇
Love River 愛河
Pier-2 Art Center 駁二藝術特區
Qijin Island 旗津島
Qihou Battery 旗后砲台
Qihou Lighthouse 旗後燈塔
Rainbow Church 彩虹教堂
Shoushan Lover’s Observatory 壽山情人觀景
“Star of Qianzhen” 前鎮之星
Tianhou Temple 天后宮
The British Consulate at Takow 打狗英國領事館
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Have your camera ready when boarding the ferry to Qijin Island at Gushan Ferry Pier. Locals stream onto the lower parking-lot deck on scooters (you go to the upper deck, via a separate entrance). The ride across the narrow, ship-packed Kaohsiung Harbor is so quick that many don’t bother to get off their machines. Qijin Island is a 9km-long silt-created giant sandbar that serves as a breakwater and defines the harbor’s form. Its tourist area is on the north end, beyond the ferry pier.
Qihou Lighthouse, a snow-white 11-meter-high Baroque-style tower erected by the Japanese in 1916, stands at the edge of a sea-facing cliff guarding the harbor’s exceedingly narrow north-end mouth. Enthralling views of the busy harbor can be enjoyed as ships squeeze by below. The old Qihou Battery, on the west side of the hill, was built by a justifiably anxious Qing Dynasty government in the 1870s, fearful of invasion by the Japanese or Western powers.
The young, expansive, and still-growing Pier-2 Art Center (pier-2.khcc.gov.tw), a special zone that is at the heart of the city’s cultural-creative bloom, has become one of its most popular attractions. The numerous old, renovated Kaohsiung Harbor warehouses here, long abandoned, were formerly used to store such goods as fish meal and granulated sugar. Today they are cultural-creative incubator stages for domestic and international exhibitions, festivals, live indoor and outdoor musical, theatrical, and busker performances, and large-scale outdoor installation artworks and graffiti-style/3D murals, many wonderfully quirky and whimsical, some created by artists-in-residence.
The king of Kaohsiung has long been, and remains, the lofty 85 Sky Tower, which looks like a giant spacecraft propped atop two massive booster rockets, ready to launch. Two spanking-new structures, Kaohsiung Exhibition Center (kecc.com.tw) and Kaohsiung Main Public Library (ksml.edu.tw), are within easy walking distance. The park-surrounded harborside exhibition facility looks like a paean to Beijing’s iconic Bird’s Nest. Be sure to visit the green library’s lovely 8F rooftop hanging garden, which has a fine broad view of the harbor and Qijin.
What’s not to love about the Love River? On my first few visits, in the 1990s, it was a brackish “waterway” in which the water moved little, if at all. Today, thanks to dedicated eco-engineering, it is clean, the waters flow freely, and fish have returned. The landscaped banks are lined with benches, bike- and pedestrian-friendly paths, and attractive lamp lighting. The mood is best at night, when the cafés, bars, and small eateries are brightly lit up.
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1. The Okura Prestige Taipei *****
2. The Sherwood Taipei *****
3. The Landis Taipei *****
4. Hotel Royal-Nikko Taipei *****
5. Regent Taipei *****
6. Eslite Hotel *****
7. Caesar Park Hotel Taipei ****
8. Leofoo Residences ****
9. Mandarin Oriental Taipei *****
10. Gloria Residence ****
1. No. 9, Section 1, Nanjing East Road, Zhongshan District, 10450 Taipei, Taiwan
A heated rooftop pool with a bar, panoramic views of Taipei City and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi can be found at The Okura Prestige Taipei.
2. No. 111, Section 3, Minsheng East Road, Songshan District, 105 Taipei, Taiwan
The Sherwood Taipei is a 5-star property in Taipei's Songshan District, with its own indoor pool, fitness centre and spa.
3. No. 41, Section 2, Minquan East Road, Zhongshan District, 104 Taipei, Taiwan
The Landis Taipei is a 5-star hotel offering luxurious accommodation with 3 fine dining restaurants.
4. No. 37-1, Section 2, Chung Shan North Road, Zhongshan District, 104 Taipei, Taiwan
Just a 5-minute walk from ZhongShan Metro Station, the luxurious Hotel Royal-Nikko Taipei features 5-star facilities like a rooftop gym and a seasonal swimming pool.
5. No. 3, Lane 39, Section 2, ZhongShan North Road, Zhongshan District, 104 Taipei, Taiwan
Boasting a rooftop pool with expansive city views, The Regent Taipei offers elegant rooms with a flat-screen TV. It features 7 dining options, a health club and spa.
6. No. 98, Yanchang Road, Xinyi District, 11072 Taipei, Taiwan
Located in the Songshan Cultural & Creative Park, eslite hotel boasts a state-of-the-art fitness centre, spacious banquet halls and luxuriously furnished rooms.
7. No. 38, Section 1, Chung Hsiao West Road, Zhongzheng District, 100 Taipei, Taiwan
Caesar Park Hotel Taipei is located in the Central Business District directly opposite Taipei Main Station. Offering free Wi-Fi, the hotel also has a spa and 5 dining options.
8. No. 38, Section 1, Nanking East Road, Zhongshan District, 106 Taipei, Taiwan
Leofoo Residences is situated just a minute’s walk from Zhongshan MRT Station, which is just a stop away from the Taipei Main Station.
9. No. 158, Dunhua North Road, Songshan District, 10548 Taipei, Taiwan
Offering an outdoor pool, Mandarin Oriental Taipei is located in downtown Taipei. It offers a fitness centre, a wellness centre and Yoga classes.
10. No. 359, Lin Sen North Road, Zhongshan District, 104 Taipei, Taiwan
Gloria Residence offers modern apartments with a washing machine in Taipei's Zhongshan District. A 10-minute drive from Ningxia Night Market, it has an indoor pool and 24-hour concierge services.
30 Things to do in Taipei, Taiwan Travel Guide
Come join us as we visit Taipei (臺北市) in this travel guide covering the best 30 things to do in Taipei, Taiwan (中華民國). When it comes to dynamic cities in Asia worth visiting Taipei may be the most underrated. You'll be hard pressed to find a city that offers better street food, night markets and green escapes in the region.
With limited time we hit the ground running in Taipei, Taiwan covering restaurants, museums, temples, memorial shrines and shopping areas worth checking out. An absolute must in Taipei is to visit one of the many night markets where you can indulge in Taiwanese street food until you're literally about to explode. It's just that good and that cheap.
Overall, it is an inviting city where locals are warm and go out of their way to be kind to visitors. Come find out what makes Taipei (台北市) a favorite city of ours in Asia!
Taipei Travel Guide - (30 Things to do in Taipei, Taiwan):
1) Taipei 101 (臺北101 / 台北101) - 00:31
2) Taipei 101 Mall for shopping in Taipei, Taiwan - 01:54
3) Elephant Mountain Hike (象山) - 02:07
4) National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (中正紀念堂) - 02:56
5) National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine (國民革命忠烈祠) - 03:28
6) Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) - 03:59
7) Maokong Gondola cable car ride (貓空) -05:33
8) Taiwanese teahouse (茶館) for mountains views, tea and traditional snacks & cookies - 05:50
9) Taipei Zoo (臺北市立動物園) - 08:56
10) Beitou Hot Springs-Taipei (北投溫泉) - 09:07
11) Guandu Nature Park for birdwatching (關渡自然公園) - 09:43
12) Tamsui seaside district (aka Danshui) for a bike ride (淡水區) - 10:51
13) Taipei public Bicycle system - uBike (微笑單車) - 12:03
14) Xiaolongbao: Taiwanese Soup Dumplings - Xiao Long Bao (小籠包 - 小笼包) - 12:13
15) National Palace Museum (國立故宮博物院) - 15:27
16) Zhishan Garden (至善園) - 16:00
17) Lungshan Temple of Manka aka Longshan Temple (艋舺龍山寺) - 16:35
18) Raohe Street Night Market (饒河夜市) - 16:50
19) Taiwanese breakfast in Taipei - 17:40
20) Taiwanese Mango Shaved Ice Dessert (芒果冰) - 18:00
21) Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup (牛肉麵 / 牛肉面) - 19:24
22) Huashan 1914 Creative Park (華山1914文化創意產業園區) - 21:53
23) National Taiwan Museum (NTM; 國立台灣博物館 - 22:24
24) 228 Peace Memorial Park and Monument (二二八和平紀念公園 / 二二八和平纪念公园) - 22:51
25) Hsing Tian Kong (行天宮) temple devoted to Guan Yu, the patron god of businessmen - 23:08
26) Taipei Expo Park (花博公園) - 23:43
27) Taipei Fine Arts Museum aka TFAM (台北市立美術館) - 23:53
28) Taipei Story House (台北故事館) once known as Yuanshan Mansion (圓山別莊) - 24:00
29) Ningxia Night Market (寧夏夜市) - 24:10
30) Taipei Metro or Taipei MRT (台北捷運) using an EasyCard (悠遊卡) - 24:47
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Our visit Taipei travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and the city by day and evening when the night markets are in full action. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Taipei tourism brochure or Taipei, Taiwan city tour.
30 Things to do in Taipei, Taiwan Travel Guide Transcript:
Today we’re going to take you around a city that completely won us over: Taipei. As two self-proclaimed foodies who are always on the hunt for the next meal, we loved the amazing mix of restaurants and street markets the city had to offer. On top of that, there were plenty of temples, museums, and nature escapes to keep us busy throughout the day, so we actually managed to pack quite a bit into our trip. With this video, we’re going to show you 30 things to do in Taipei, Taiwan, and you can count on a few foodie recommendations to be sprinkled throughout. Now let’s get started.
And that’s it for our visit to Taipei! We hope you enjoyed this video and that you got a few of idea of things to do, see, and most importantly, eat on your next visit. As always, if you have any other suggestions of fun things to do around Taipei, we invite you to share them with travellers in the comments below. Wishing you happy travels and until next time!
This is part of our Travel in Taiwan video series showcasing Taiwanese food, Taiwanese culture and Taiwanese cuisine.
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STREET FOOD in TAIPEI, TAIWAN 2019- Nanjichang Night Market
We are taking you on an ultimate street food tour back in TAIPEI TAIWAN at a traditional and virtually unknown night market - the Nanjichang Night Market (南機場夜市) to eat what the locals in Taipei are eating!
We start the tour by visiting an infamous poached chicken stall and order the combo - chicken, rice and soup. Don’t forget to add the thick chili sauce! Next, we try a very unique dish called “ma you ji” which is a sesame, ginger and rice wine soup with chicken thigh. It was INSANELY delicious! This shop was awarded by Bib Gourmand selection and is the only one if its kind in the area! Next, we take you to an extremely traditional bakery that sells su bing for CHEAP! Go early, this place is busy! For the main course, we visit a dumpling & soup shop. These workers have insanely fast DUMPLING skills!!! Maybe some of the FASTEST in the world! We order their signature dumplings and their hot and sour soup. Now we are full! We squeeze in one more snack - grilled corn with sasha sauce. Absolutely amazing night of snacking at this local night market!
Want to visit yourself? Check the information below!
Nanjichang Night Market 南機場夜市
Lane 307, Sec. 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
Closest MRT Station: Xiaonanmen
Poached Chicken Shop - Shan Nei Chicken 山內雞肉
No. 20-3, Lane 307, Sec. 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
Sesame Chicken Thigh Shop - A Nan Ma You Ji 阿男麻油雞
No. 34, Lane 311, Sec. 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
Traditional Bakery - Wuming Shaobing 無名推車燒餅
Lane 311, Sec. 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
Dumplings & Hot and Sour Soup - Lailai Dumpling Restaurant 來來水餃店
No. 9, Lane 309, Sec. 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
Charcoal Grilled Corn - South Airport Night Market Grilled Corn 南機場夜市烤玉米
No. 100, Sec. 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
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How well do you know Taipei, the biggest metropolitan and also our most visited city in Taiwan?
In this video, we talk about the best known features of each district in Taipei city, from old to new, from fancy apartments to hot springs, and from temples to nightclub areas. As travelers, here are some places for you to visit, explore and at times, to avoid!
Stay tuned! Hack It Formosa sums up the perfect survival guide for your stay in Taipei, Taiwan. May the traveling odds be ever in your favor!
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1. Grand Hi Lai Hotel *****
2. The Howard Plaza Hotel Kaohsiung *****
3. THE LEES Hotel *****
4. City Suites - Kaohsiung Chenai ***
5. The Ambassador Hotel Kaohsiung *****
6. Sky Tower Hotel *****
7. Legend Hotel Kaohsiung Liuhe ***
8. The Icon Hotel ***
9. Kung Shang Design Hotel ****
10. The Tree House ***
1. No. 266, Cheng Kung 1st Road, Qianjin, 802 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Grand Hi-Lai Hotel is centrally located in Kaohsiung at the crossroads of Cheng-Kung Road and Hsin-Tein Road. It features an outdoor pool, 13 restaurants and a department store.
2. No. 311 Chihsien 1st Road, Xinxing, 800 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
The Howard Plaza Hotel Kaohsiung provides modern accommodation, a 10-minute walk from MRT Formosa Boulevard Station and Hsinshing Night Market. It features an outdoor pool and spa bath.
3. No. 105 Wufu 1st Road, Lingya, 802 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
THE LEES Hotel offers stylish air-conditioned rooms with free internet along Kaohsiung Wufu Tourist Boulevard. Offering an indoor pool, it also has a relaxing sauna and hot tub.
4. No. 1, Dayi Street, Yancheng, 803 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Offering a restaurant, City Suites - Kaohsiung Chenai is located in Kaohsiung. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with a TV. There is also a refrigerator.
5. No. 202, MinSheng 2nd Road, Qianjin, 80144 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Ambassador Kaohsiung is located by the Love River bank, a 10-minute drive from Kaohsiung Railway Station. The luxurious 5-star hotel offers an outdoor pool, free parking and free in-room internet.
6. 37-85F, No. 1, Tzuchiang 3rd Road, Lingya, 802 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
The luxurious 85 Sky Tower Hotel is a convenient 10-minute drive from Kaohsiung Railway Station. The 5-star hotel boasts an indoor swimming pool and 8 dining options.
7. No. 55, Xinsheng 1st Street, Qianjin, 80141 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
This boutique hotel is a 5-minute walk from Liuohe Tourist Night Market and MRT City Council Station.
8. No. 328 Minsheng 1st Road, Xinxing, 800 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
The Icon Hotel is a 5-minute drive from the MRT Central Park Station and a 5-minute walk from the Xinjuejiang shopping area.
9. No. 237, Linsen 1st Road, Xinxing, 80042 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Featuring individually designed suites and fine dining, Design Inn is conveniently situated a 3-minute walk from Formosa Boulevard MRT Station.
10. 3F, No. 132, Liuhe 2nd Road, Qianjin, 80141 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
The Tree House is a modern hotel offering creatively designed rooms with free Wi-Fi. Featuring an outdoor pool, the property has a beverage bar and 24-hour front desk.
'ANLAMIG' 100X sa Taiwan
Spent the holidays last year with our relatives in Taiwan. Sobrang lamig, tapos maulan pa. Nonetheless, we had a great time!
We also visited some of the less-frequented tourist places in Central Taiwan. Enjoy our misadventures! haha
2:59 - Huludun Park, Fengyuan
4:14 - Taichung World Flora Exposition, Fengyuan
6:03 - Houli Flower Farm
9:22 - Taichung Summit Resort, Xinshe District, Taichung
14:40 - Taipei 101
16:48 - Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Zhongzheng District, Taipei
19:36 - Jiufen Old Street, Ruifang District, New Taipei City
I'm going to post another video featuring the food we tried in Taichung and Taipei. So, watch out for my next post too!
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