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  • From Taipei: Yehliu Geopark and Keelung Harbor Guided Tour

    1. From Taipei: Yehliu Geopark and Keelung Harbor Guided Tour

    Meet your tour guide and driver in the morning for your North Coast Tour. First stop at Chung Cheng Park, the ubiquitous tourism symbol of Keelung. Next, stop at northern Taiwan’s largest harbor, one of the most-visited tourist attractions. Explore Keelung Maritime Plaza with its beautiful views of Keelung Inner Harbor. On sunny days, take a relaxing tour to soak up the maritime ambiance, admire the beautiful public artworks on display, sit in the coffee shop, and enjoy the refreshing sea air. Next, visit Guihou Fishing Port, a scenic fishing village on the north coast. Every autumn, the Fishermen's Market near Guihou draws crowds for its delicious Wanli Crab. Make your way to Yehliu Geopark, famous for its natural rock formations which are an amazing array of artistic shapes created by erosion and other natural forces. Then, it’s time to go back to the city and enjoy a quick and memor...

    Picked up on time, good guide. Very helpful with best photo spots and informative.

  • Taipei: Taiwan High-Speed Rail One-Way Ticket

    2. Taipei: Taiwan High-Speed Rail One-Way Ticket

    The Taiwan High-Speed Rail Train (THSR) will take you from the heart of Taipei to central Kaohsiung, via intermediate cities such as Taichung and Tainan. Travel at a speed of 300 km/h and arrive in Kaohsiung from Taipei in just 1.5 hours.  With the frequent departure, the train is punctual and safe, granting you peace of mind during your itinerary in Taiwan. Sit on a comfortable seat and look out the window to admire the views of the passing countryside. The ticket pickup point at Taipei is convenient and fast.

  • Taipei: Book a Local Host

    3. Taipei: Book a Local Host

    Book this tour and the CityUnscripted team will contact you within 24 hours and ask you questions about your preferences and interests, so they can match you with a like-minded Local Taiwanese. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Keeping in mind your personal answers they will put together a itinerary, just for you. Please note that this will be outlined but flexible. They will arrange a meeting with your guide in the most convenient place for you. If during the tour you feel like changing direction, or your guide believes that you'd enjoy a sight or different experience, he/she will suggest and discuss changes to the itinerary with you. Enjoy discovering amazing spots in Taipei that you don't know about and are difficult to find in any guidebook ...

    With a full 8-hr tour it could be a hit or a miss & I'm glad to have Josh Rice as my private guide. He's such a FUN guy to be around so, it was a bonus for the entire trip! He showed up on time, attentive with the details and resourceful (i.e. packed an extra umbrella, powerbank for my mobile, even brought his camera since he knows I'm into photography). There were some missed because apparently he hasn't done this tour before and he doesn't speaks Mandarin - whereas the places we visited were in rural areas so Mandarin speaking guide should be mandatory. But I really appreciated the effort he made by doing a thorough research and kept me well informed on the options l have. He also brought a local friend along for ease of communications. All in all it was a sucessfull day!

  • Taipei: National Palace Museum and Taiwan Aborigines Museum

    4. Taipei: National Palace Museum and Taiwan Aborigines Museum

    Begin your educational adventure with a visit to Taipei’s Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines, where you can redeem your entrance tickets for the day. Inside the museum, learn fascinating facts about Taiwan’s indigenous tribes, as well as their cultures, way of life, colorful clothing, festivals, and religions. You can also watch films shown in the auditorium which provide a deeper understand of the present conditions for aborigines in the country. Take a short walk from the museum to adjacent National Palace Museum, home to over 700,000 pieces of Chinese art including calligraphy, ceramics, and paintings. Go on a journey through an impression 5000 years of Chinese history, culture, and life, as you learn how this has influenced Taiwan’s own culture. With your entry tickets, enjoy the freedom to explore both museums at your own leisure, and focus on the areas that interest you most....

  • Taipei Night Tour & Din Tai Fung Steamed Dumplings

    5. Taipei Night Tour & Din Tai Fung Steamed Dumplings

    Explore the city of Taipei at night and take in some of its most exciting sights on this 4-hour night tour. Begin by visiting the ornate and beautiful Lungshan Temple, built in the 18th century by Chinese settlers as a place of worship. After taking a moment to admire this historic temple, carry on to the Hwahsi Night Market. Look around for a great bargain or simply stroll past countless stands selling food, souvenirs, and even live snakes. Then savor a traditional meal of delicious small dumplings at the world-famous Ding Tai Fong Restaurant. Finally, stop by Taipei City Hall to get a perfect camera angle of Taipei 101, also known as the Taipei World Financial Centre. Gaze at this massive skyscraper, the world’s second tallest building towering 101 stories above the street. Its unique architecture and impressive height has made it a symbol of Taipei.

    What made the tour worth it are the Din Tai Fung dinner at Taipei 101 and the tour of Lungshan Temple. We also walked through a night market but did not spend a lot of time in it.

  • Taipei City Tour with National Palace Museum Ticket

    6. Taipei City Tour with National Palace Museum Ticket

    See the best of Taipei on a 4-hour city tour where you will get to see all the important sites of Taiwan's capital. ● Presidential Office (pass by) ● Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall (National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall) ● Martyrs' Shrine ● National Palace Museum ● Grand Hotel Taipei (photo stop) 

    Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall was built to commemorate late president Chiang Kai-shek. Surrounded by a large Chinese-style park and a huge plaza, the iconic hall has white marble walls and a roof with blue glazed tiles. On the three floors inside, visitors can see a large bronze statue of a sitting Chiang Kai-shek and check out the exhibition area with historic documents, photographs, and films. On two sides of the large plaza in front of the memorial hall are the National Theater and the National Concert Hall, two great venues for th...

    Jenny and Tony were our guides this morning, and they were both knowledgeable, and engaging. We thoroughly enjoyed their company. They could answer all our questions; it was clear they knew Taipei very well. We recommend them highly.

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What people are saying about Taipei City

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 106 reviews

A fun and eventful 8-hour tour to the northern part of Taiwan

With a full 8-hr tour it could be a hit or a miss & I'm glad to have Josh Rice as my private guide. He's such a FUN guy to be around so, it was a bonus for the entire trip! He showed up on time, attentive with the details and resourceful (i.e. packed an extra umbrella, powerbank for my mobile, even brought his camera since he knows I'm into photography). There were some missed because apparently he hasn't done this tour before and he doesn't speaks Mandarin - whereas the places we visited were in rural areas so Mandarin speaking guide should be mandatory. But I really appreciated the effort he made by doing a thorough research and kept me well informed on the options l have. He also brought a local friend along for ease of communications. All in all it was a sucessfull day!

Ben is a great guide, hope you get him!

We had a great guide in Taipai called Ben. He’s a local but has spent time in the USA so communication In English was very easy and he had so much to tell us. We talked politics, religion, history, food (had a great lunch) and his insights were fascinating and gave us a greater understanding of Taiwan than we could ever have gleaned on our own. I hope you are lucky enough to get Ben, you won’t be disappointed.

Ben was fantastic.

Excellent tour of the night market. Ben was incredibly insightful on the various street foods, local culture and history. Will definitely be booking another tour next time I'm in Taipei. Thanks for everything Ben and best of luck to you and your family.