No.3, Beiping W. Rd. (southwest side of 1F lobby)
No.340-10, Dunhua N. Rd. (Arrival Hall, Terminal 2)
Room 4-2, B1F, No.77, Sec. 1, Da-an Rd.
No.6, Sec. 5, Zhongxiao E. Rd. (1F lobby)
No.1, Guangming Rd. (left side of station entrance)
B1F., No.32-1, Baoqing Rd. (near Exit 5)
No.65, Sec. 5, Zhongshan N. Rd. (near Exit 1)
No.9-1, Jiuquan St. (near Exit 2)
No.20, Jingye 3rd Rd. (near 1F Fountain Square)
No.6, Zhongshan Rd.
Tue-Sun 09:00-17:00 (Colsed on Mondays)
No.2, Ln. 10, Sec. 2, Xinguang Rd. (Maokong Gondola Service Center 1F)
Tue-Fri 09:00-21:00 Sat-Sun 08:30-21:00 (Closed on Mondays)
No.35, Ln. 38, Sec. 3, Zhinan Rd.
Tue-Fri 09:00-18:00 Sat-Sun 08:30-20:00 (Closed on Mondays)
B1F., No.20, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd.
Dalongdong Baoan Temple
In agrarian Taiwan, temples were both places of worship and centers of folk art performances. Long before television and social media, temple festivals were much-anticipated sources of entertainment as well as chances to celebrate blessings.
Dajia Riverside Park
Duanwu or Dragon-boat Festival is a cornerstone celebration in the traditional Taiwanese calendar. It is celebrated with sticky-rice dumplings and exciting dragon-boat races that attract hard-core competitors and enthusiastic onlookers!
The summertime Taipei Fun Water Festival combines water fun, activities, and eco-education to help cool the city’s summer heat and bring a bit of cultured fun to city residents.
Taipei Shopping Festival 2015 celebrates the unique pleasures of shopping in our fair city with a full month-and-a-half’s worth of shopping incentives & discounts!08.01～09.15
Dadaocheng Pier、Yanping Riverside Park
This annual festival held on Chinese Valentines Day is sure to add spice to your romantic plans. Watch the main fireworks display and join in the many Valentines-themed activities held throughout the district!
Songshan Culture and Creative Park
2015 marks the 4th year for the Taipei Design Expo. The expo fuses local and international contemporary aesthetics into an explosion of creativity that is “distinctly Taipei”.
TAIPEI EXPO PARK
This series of 5 floral exhibitions centers on the 4 themes of home landscaping, floral arranging, decorative flowers, and commercial landscaping.
Plaza before Taipei City Hall,Xinyi Commercial Center
Taipei welcomes in the New Year with a 6-1/2-hour concert featuring many of today’s hottest local stars, a plethora of activities, and the Taipei 101 fireworks show. The citywide New Years party is one of the year’s most anticipated events!
This event is scheduled to coincide with the annual Taipei Cycle Show and Tour de Taiwan bicycle race. Cycling enthusiasts of all ages and ability levels are welcome to join in this celebration of the two-wheeled way of life.2016 ~
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These Fun Taipei itineraries use a variety of transportation options, including bicycle, city bus, MRT, and walking. Use your personal EasyCard to access Taipei’s public transportation services and explore all that our fair city has to offer! International visitors may rent YouBikes instantly using their chip credit card (see www.youbike.com.tw for further details on Taipei’s YouBike program).
Free year-round, 24-hour WiFi access is available in public areas, along major roadways, and in other busy sections of the city. Get your free account by showing your passport at any of the city’s 13 Visitor Service Centers. Moreover, many restaurants and convenience stores provide local WiFi access free to their customers.