Travel Guide to Taipei
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan. Situated in the northern piece of the nation, it’s contained twelve regions with an all out populace of around 2.7 million. It’s the social, money related, and political focus of the island so any first-time visit to Taiwan should start here.
To be completely forthright, I didn’t have the foggiest idea what to think about Taipei when we originally visited in 2014. From the outset, I wasn’t as eager to go in light of the fact that I hadn’t heard much about it and its famous attractions didn’t appear to be such fascinating to me. However, as portrayed over, that short three-day visit was all it took to make me a fanatic of the city and of Taiwan. Ren and I have become hopelessly enamored with this nation so much that we’re really playing with moving here.
There are numerous things to adore about Taipei like its night markets and numerous exhibition halls. Yet, past its attractions, what makes Taipei so charming for me, is simply the city. With comforts like a modest yet extraordinarily productive metro framework, and its plenty of all around kept up open stops, it’s a city that plainly puts its kin first.
BEST TIME TO VISIT TAIPEI
As a rule, Taiwan appreciates mellow climate all year with a normal temperature of about 23°C (73°F). The rainiest months are from May to September, with June to August being the stature of tropical storm season. Keep away from those months no matter what. I had an auntie who visited Taipei during that time and she was unable to go to a solitary night advertise in light of the fact that it was coming down hard consistently. Night markets are a major piece of the Taiwan experience so you don’t need that to transpire. In a perfect world, go for late October to March in the event that you can. The climate is cool and dry and air contamination is at the very least.
Venturing out TO TAIPEI
Most voyagers to Taiwan will show up via plane. Taipei has two universal air terminals — Taoyuan and Songshan — however most by far of worldwide flights are served by Taoyuan. You can find a good pace from Taoyuan Airport by MRT, transport, taxi, or private exchange.
Activities IN TAIPEI
Get a View of Taipei from the Taipei 101 Observatory
When holding the differentiation of being the world’s tallest structure, there’s no better spot to get a 10,000 foot perspective on Taipei than from the Taipei 101 Observatory. Situated on the 89th floor, the world’s quickest lifts will shoot you up to the observatory in a psyche desensitizing 37 seconds. It sure compensates for that 45-minute pause! Tickets regularly cost NTD 600 however you can get them for just NTD 510 on the off chance that you purchase tickets through Kkday.
Eat Your Way Through Shilin and Raohe Night Markets
Taiwan is about night markets. You can’t go to Taiwan without eating your way through in any event one. There are a few you can visit in Taipei, however Shilin and Raohe night markets are the city’s greatest and generally famous. There you’ll discover a confounding exhibit of delightful and modest road nourishment dishes like fire burnt meat, goliath chicken cleaves, frankfurters, pepper buns, and a ton more.
Get Artsy at a Museum or Creative Park
There are a lot of historical centers you can visit in Taipei. I’ve been to two hitherto – the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and the National Taiwan Museum, the two of which were astounding. In any case, in the event that you had the opportunity to visit only one historical center in Taipei, the it ought to likely be the National Palace Museum. It’s a monstrous exhibition hall with a perpetual assortment of about 700,000 bits of old Chinese majestic ancient rarities and works of art. Simply its sound is making my legs unbalanced! We’ll visit that and the Taipei Fine Arts Museum on our next outing to Taipei.