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北101

高度508公尺的台北101是台北市最高也最受歡迎的建築。89樓觀景台提供遊客廣闊的景觀視野以飽覽台北盆地。此外,台北101購物中心精選國際知名時尚與美食以滿足消費者需求。

捷運台北101/世貿站(4號出口)步行約1分鐘
父紀念館

國父紀念館建立於民國61年,外觀為仿中國宮殿式的建築,頂冠金黃色並有翹起的燕尾,看來莊嚴肅穆,周邊大片草地和隨著季節不同而改變的花卉園地。由於這裡是臺北市東區唯一較大綠地,所以常見居民來此晨運、滑板,廣場經常有休憩活動。

捷運國父紀念館站 (4號出口) 步行約1分鐘
正紀念堂

為紀念先總統蔣公而建,外觀採天壇之頂,金字塔之體,白牆藍頂,屋頂尖端則為金黃色琉璃瓦寶頂,氣勢雄偉。紀念堂兩側為具中國宮殿富麗堂皇之美的國家劇院及音樂廳,經常有國內外表演團體至此來展現藝術之美。(拍攝:林正挺)

捷運中正紀念堂站 (5號出口) 步行約2分鐘
立故宮博物院

故宮博物院為中國宮殿式宏偉建築,院內收藏珍貴國寶達70多萬件之多,從新石器時代到清末年間的青銅器、玉器、陶瓷、珍玩、甲骨文、書畫等。博物館除展示珍藏外,還多次舉辦國際學術會議和歷史文物交流,讓傳統文物珍藏也能多元化。

捷運士林站 轉乘公車紅30 / 304 / 225
山文創園區

從1937年日據時期的「台灣總督府專賣局松山菸草工廠」,光復後由公賣局接手更名的「台灣菸酒公賣局松山菸廠」,再到2001年由台北市政府指定為市定古蹟後定名為「松山文創園區」。在2011年11月15日正式對外開放後,搖身一變成為了台灣原創發展基地。

捷運市政府站 (2號出口) 步行約6分鐘
山文創園區

日據時期為當時台灣最大的製酒工廠之一,在2005年底結合舊廠區及公園區的「華山創意文化園區」重新開放供藝文界及附近社區居民使用至今,提供一個可讓藝術家交流及學習,甚而推廣、行銷創意作品的空間。

捷運忠孝新生站 (1號出口) 步行約3分鐘
山寺

龍山寺初建於乾隆3年(西元1738年),為二級古蹟,規模龐大,有前後殿、鐘鼓樓等,主祀觀世音菩薩、媽祖、文昌帝君、關公、註生娘娘等。龍山寺與艋舺的歷史發展息息相關,直至今日仍是當地居民集會、信仰的中心,經常有大批香客至此來朝聖。

捷運龍山寺站 (1號出口) 步行約4分鐘
天宮

又稱恩主公廟,主祀關公(關聖帝君),是北臺灣參訪香客最多的廟宇之一,如今是臺北市武廟的代表。

捷運行天宮站 (4號出口) 步行約10分鐘
康街

有多處知名的傳統、異國美食商店與特色咖啡館,附近還有許多服飾、精品、家飾店等,是許多民眾與美食饕客們喜歡漫遊的小型商區。永康街內有多家知名小吃店,冰品、牛肉麵、越南美食等,讓人吃了齒頰留香又讚不絕口。

捷運東門站 (5號出口) 步行約1分鐘
河夜市

饒河街觀光夜市是台北市最早的觀光夜市,攤位非常集中,只要是常來的熟客,很快就可以找到自己想吃的攤位,非常方便。饒河街觀光夜市有許多非吃不可的美食。有名的蚵仔麵線、滷大腸、藥燉排骨、東山鴨頭、蟹腳蟹肉、古早豆花,各種新奇美味的小吃多到數不完。

捷運後山埤站 (1號出口) 步行約10分鐘

Taipei 101

The 508-meter-tall Taipei 101 is the tallest and the most popular building in Taipei. The 89F Observation Floor offers visitors a commanding view of the city and Taipei Basin at all directions. Besides, Taipei 101 Mall offers consumers the fresh choices in fashion and dining from around the world.

Metro Taipei 101/ World Trade Center Station (Exit 4). About 1 min. by walk
Sun Yat-Sen Memorial
Hall

This Memorial Hall was built in 1972. The surrounding park is adorned with beds of flowers that change with the seasons. As one of the largest green public spaces in this part of Taipei, it is a popular spot for recreation for local residents, who come here for morning exercise, roller skating and other leisure activities.

Metro S.Y.S. Memorial Hall Station (Exit 4). About 1 min. by walk
Chiang Kai-shek
Memorial Hall

(Photo by Cheng-Ting Lin)
Built in traditional Chinese style, the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall features blue roof tiles, white walls, and red raised flower beds -- the colors of the ROC flag. The National Theater and National Concert Hall are located to either side of the main gate. World-class concerts and performances are held in these two venues, and open-air performances are often put on in the plaza.

Metro CKS Memorial Hall Station (Exit 5) About 2 min. by walk
The National Palace
Museum

The National Palace Museum is built in traditional Chinese palace style. The amazing bronzes, jades, ceramics, oracle bones, and paintings at this Museum testify to the glories of Chinese history.

Metro Shilin Station--Shuttle Bus Red 30, Bus line 304, Bus line 255.
Songshen Cultural
and Creative Park

This location was named the “Taiwanese Provincial Tobacco and Alcohol Monopoly Bureau Songshan Plant”. In 2001, it was appointed by the Government as the cultural heritage site of the city and renamed the “SCCP”. On November 15th, 2011, after it opened to the public, it has now been transformed into a creative hub of Taiwan.

Metro Taipei City Hall Station (Exit 2). About 6 min. by walk
Huashan Creative Park

Built in 1914, the factory was among Taiwan’s largest wine producers throughout the 1920’s. The factory was renamed the Huashan Creative Park and, in 2005, the rebuilding of the Creative Park officially began. Now serves as Taipei’s primary creative arts center and a hosting ground for Taiwan’s most significant cultural activities.

Metro Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station (Exit 1). About 3 min. by walk
Longshan Temple

Built in 1738, the Longshan Temple features a roof with multiple eaves and exquisitely carved pillars and beams. Listed as a Grade 2 historical site, it is the best preserved temple of its time in Taiwan. The front hall is for the worship of the Goddess of Mercy, while the rear hall is dedicated to Matzu, Goddess of the Sea. Often crowded with throngs of worshipers, the temple is a must-see for tourists. The most exciting and crowded time is the annual Lantern Festival.

Metro Longshan Temple Station (Exit 1). About 5 min. by walk
Hsing Tian Temple

The main Hsing Tian Kong, also known as En Chu Kong Temple, is located in downtown Taipei City. On average it is visited by several tens of thousands of believers every day.

Metro XingTian Temple Station (Exit 4). About 10 min. by walk
YongKang Street

Yongkang Street is a small but trendy street filled with restaurants, stalls, many featured shops and cafés. Both Taiwanese and foreign visitors head for Yongkang Street as a must-visit tourist spot in Taipei City.

Metro Dongmen Station (Exit 5). About 1 min. by walk
Yaohe Street Night
Market

The Raohe Street Night Market covers various kinds of booths for general merchandises, accessories and yummy snacks, all at low and affordable prices. The most popular snacks like: Stew Ribs in Chinese herbal Medicine, Crispy Pepper Pastry Cake, Steamed Bun, Oyster Noodles, and all kinds of cold drinks. You can't forget the Spicy Stinky Tofu, Beef Noodle, and Tempura.

Metro Houshanpi Station (Exit 1), and About 10 min. by walk
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