Introduction about some visiting places of Taipei:
Taipei 101 (Chinese: 台北101), also known as the Taipei Financial Center, is a 509-m, 101-story landmark skyscraper located in Xinyi District of Taipei. Upon completion in 2004, the mega building had been the tallest building in the world until Dubai's 828m-tall Burj Khalifa overtook it in January, 2010. There are two high-speed elevators located in the tower, which move at a top speed of 16.83m/s (55.22 ft/s), shooting visitors up from the 5th floor to the 89th floor observation deck in only 37 seconds. After a busy day trip in Taipei, flying high into the sky and having a bird's eye view of the entire neon light covered city will certainly make for the perfect ending to your trip.
The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (Chinese: 中正紀念堂) is a national monument, landmark and tourist attraction erected in memory of Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. It is located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The monument, surrounded by a park, stands at the east end of Liberty Square. The structure is framed on the north and south by the National Theater and National Concert Hall.
Lungshan Temple of Manka (Chinese: 艋舺龍山寺) is a Buddhist temple in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The temple was built in Taipei in 1738 by settlers from Fujian during Qing rule in honor of Guanyin. It served as a place of worship and a gathering place for the Chinese settlers. In addition to its Buddhist elements, it includes halls and altars to Chinese deities such as Mazu and Guan Yu.
Detailed one-day tour route will be shown in the program updated in Mid. July, 2017. (Attention: visiting places might be changed)