Taipei Photo Gallery

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Taipei is one of those underrated cities overshadowed by much larger and more powerful neighbours nearby. That is starting to change as visitors discover the city's great value for money and interesting food offering.

Fujian settlers came in the early 18th century to develop trading centres here for tea and camphor. During the Japanese colonial period, the city plan was laid out and there were grand public buildings, parks, and railways. After the Communist victory in 1949, Taipei got more and more gritty. That being said, the city is rejuvenating its older buildings bit by bit, although it is still not as congested or busy as other nearby big cities such as Hong Kong and Shanghai.

For visitors, refer to : Your Guide to an Extraordinary Taipei

National Palace Museum

Ningxia Night Market

The New MRT Circular Line

Yilan County
Jimmy Liao's Street Art

Yilan County
Yilan Distillery

Yilan County
Lanyang Museum

Yilan County

Yilan County

Eating Out

Nanmen Market



Above Xinyi

Shida & Gongguan Night Markets
Yongkang Street

Datong District
Dihua Street

Historic Landmarks
Zhongzheng District

Treasure Hill

Raohe Street Night Market

Shilin Night Market

Tonghua Night Market

Da'an District

Taoyuan Airport

Xinyi District

Songshan Airport

Taipei 101 Observation Deck



Modern Zhongzheng District


Lantern Festival 2011

Lantern Festival 2008

Maokong Gondola

Outside the City

Sanxia & Yingge

Yilan County