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—跨年當晚可溝通加床（兩張單人床墊） —We just moved in, there’re still things unpack in common area. We’ve lower the price for this condition. Prefect for travelers that need a simple place to rest. 650m from Xiangshan station exit no.2 You can reach Taipei 101 in 12 mins by walking from my apt. 24hrs convenient store is 5 secs away. *my apartment is on the 3rd floor without elevator. * *There are two cats in the house* —我們剛入住，公共區域仍有未拆箱物品，為此已將租金調降— 650m walk to Da Xiang Shan Station Exit 2, 12 minutes to 101 There is a 7-11 downstairs, the whole family * The house is on the 3rd floor without elevator * * Please note there are two kittens on the property *
- Entire condo
- Zhongshan District
Stay in this city central but quiet property. Make your journey easy and stress-free. 1 minute walking distance to MRT 2 minutes walking distance to convenience stores One bedroom, one living room, separate rest and activity space Full kitchen equipment (microwave/oven/electric kettle/induction cooker) Pet-friendly space only charge cleaning fee of NT500 (each time) Hope you understand. Check in after 3pm Check out before 12am (Please contact us if you have special requirement )
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Your guide to Taipei
All About Taipei
Taipei is a city that excites the senses — take in the sounds of rushing traffic and vendors hawking their wares at markets, the smells and tastes of delectable street food on every corner, and the sight of ornate temples alongside modern skyscrapers. Taiwan’s capital is famous for its vibrant night markets found all over the city, where you’ll be able to try delicacies like grilled squid, fried chicken, and oyster omelets. The most famous street food is probably stinky tofu — fried and fermented tofu on a stick with chili. Taiwan’s national dish is pickled vegetable beef noodle soup, which is celebrated with an annual festival and can be found in almost any local restaurant.
Taipei is a mix of the modern and the historical, and you’ll find one of the tallest buildings in the world alongside traditional temples. The Longshan Temple is one of the city’s oldest, while the impressive Bao’an Temple is the most lavish. At the National Palace Museum you’ll find the world’s largest collection of Chinese artifacts.
How do I get around Taipei?
The city’s biggest airport is Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE). The Airport MRT is the fastest way into the downtown area, with a trip to Taipei Main Station taking 35 minutes. There are also many taxis and private shuttle services available, and the drive should take around 45 minutes, depending on traffic. Grab an EasyCard or iPASS fare card, which can be used for public transport, taxis, and even purchases in food courts or convenience stores. The cards are available at the airport or shops all over the city. The Taipei MRT is the easiest way to get around, with stops all over the city. Taipei also has an excellent public bike-share program and loads of bike lanes, making cycling easy and safe.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Taipei?
Spring is a great time to secure a vacation rental in Taipei as it brings warm, sunny days, and the colorful cherry blossoms are in full bloom in the city’s parks. Summers are sweltering and humid and coincide with typhoon season, so the likelihood of storms is high. The Dragon Boat Festival takes place in June and is one of the city’s biggest annual events, with dragon boat races held all over the city, accompanied by festivities. The rain starts to peter out in the fall when you can expect warm days for exploring the city. The Moon Festival falls around late September or early October, during which it is tradition to enjoy a moonlight barbeque and moon cakes, which are made from red bean and egg. Winter is the driest season in Taipei, and temperatures do cool down, but it’s still mild enough to be outdoors. Lunar New Year falls between late January and early February, and the city comes alive with parades, costumes, and festivities.
What are the top things to do in Taipei?
The Shilin Night Market
Wander around Taipei’s largest night market, with endless stalls packed into a maze of winding alleys selling clothes, jewelry, and local souvenirs. You’ll find vendors cooking up dishes with a dizzying array of goodies to try. Or you can head underground to the Market Food Court, considered to be one of the best places to eat in the city. Try the fried buns, dim sum, and the infamous stinky tofu.
National Palace Museum
Visit the city’s most important museum, where you’ll find nearly 700,000 ancient pieces from multiple dynasties, including treasured paintings, calligraphy, bronze statues, ceramics, and possibly the most famous piece — Jadeite Cabbage, a small statuette shaped like a bok choy cabbage carved from a single piece of delicate green and white jade.
Taipei 101 has only recently been surpassed as the world’s tallest building, and its elevator is one of the fastest you’ll step foot in. The ride up to the 89th-floor viewing deck takes just 37 seconds, and once the lift doors open, you’ll be rewarded with incredible views of the city. The building stands high above any other in the city, so you can see for miles in any direction.