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Taipei

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Taipei is the, in our opinion, the most vibrant city in Taiwan. There's no lack of things to do here - from a foodie's point of view it's practically paradise! Not to mention the amazing lineup of bars and clubs that the city has to offer - the biggest may not always be the best, so do check out our picks for the best places to party. Taipei is a gem of a city just waiting for its best and brightest to be discovered.

 

STAY

For a city stay, live it up at: W TaipeiXinyi District, +886 2 7703 8888

Boutique hotel: Hotel EclatDa'an District, +886 2 2784 8888

Take in the lush greenery and tranquility at: Villa 32Beitou District, +886 2 6611 8888

 

EAT

Local haunts: Raohe Street Night Market, Songshan District, +886 2 2763 5733

For yakiniku lovers: Da Wan Yakiniku, Da'an District, +886 2 2711 0179

Japanese that will hit the spot: Niu Sushi, Zhongsan District, +886 2-2542-9978

 

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DRINK

Lounge in style at: WooBar, Xinyi District, +886 2 7703 8887

Fancy cocktails: Marquee, Xinyi District, +886 2 2729 5409

Jazz lounge: Brown SugarXinyi District, +886 2 8780 1110

 

PARTY

See & be seen at: ElectroXinyi District, +886 27737 9887

Lounge & club: Room 18Xinyi District, +886 2 2345 2778

Groove to the beats: Korner, Section 4, +886 2 2930 0162

 

MUST DO's

Taipei 101 is a landmark skyscraper in the Xinyi District of Taipei, Taiwan and was the world's tallest building until 2009. Head to the top for panoramic views of the city. Be sure to pop by Din Tai Fung on the adjoining mall, which was the first born and is now turned into an international chain. The branch here in Taipei has also received a Michelin star in 2010.

Bike along the waterfron in Danshui, a little north of Taipei.

Hit up YongHe Dou Jiang Da Wang (Yong He Soy Milk King). This is a great place for local breakfast. It's super cheap and highly recommended. The traditional breakfast is a bowl of soy milk soup with green onions and dried shrimp alongsidexiao bing you tiao, which is a small fried bun. The soup is thick and filling, so it makes for a great start to the day.

 

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