And if you love shopping, try the numerous night markets spread across the city, including the expansive Shilin market.The other major tourist attractions of Taipei include the National Palace Museum, displaying a vast collection of Chinese Imperial art moved from Beijing's Forbidden City in 1949, the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, the heritage sites of Wanhua and Datong, the Yangmingshan National Park, and the Maokong tea region, which is just a drive away from the city.The bamboo-shaped skyscraper, with an upscale shopping space at the base, has an observatory at the top which offers a breathtaking panorama of the cityscape.If you are a foodie, Taipei's lively street food scene can keep you occupied in eating for an entire day.
She can later be seen running into the back of her cage to take cover.
It was the second of Trans Asia's French-made ATR 72 planes to crash in the past year.
Last July, a flight crashed while attempting to land on the island of Penghu off Taiwan's coast, killing 48 people and injuring another 10.
Sun Moon Lake When you travel to Taiwan, you just can't come back without paying a visit to the country's most iconic lake.
Located in Yuchi Township, Nantou County, the famous Sun Moon Lake is the largest water body in Taiwan, and is counted among one of the biggest tourist attractions of the place.