Taipei Taiwan Itinerary and Travel Guide – Day 4
Taipei Taiwan Itinerary – Day 4
On our 4th day in Taiwan, we decided to go for a chill tour within the city. Our budget itinerary for the day is an easy-going and free trip. We checked out early at our accommodation, then deposited our luggage at the lockers in Taipei Main Station. The only expenses we had on this day trip is the food and souvenirs.
TAIPEI TAIWAN ITINERARY:
DAY 1: Taiwan Blog Day 1: North Coast Tour (Yehliu Geopark, Juifen, and Shifen)
DAY 2: Taiwan Blog Day 2: Taichung – Shilin Night Market
DAY 3: Taiwan Day 3: Meteor Garden Filming Location – Ying De University
DAY 4: Taiwan Day 4: Taipei Tour
Where to stay in Taiwan?
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As early as 9:00 AM in the morning we head to our first stop.
Taipei Budget Itinerary – Places to visit:
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall中正紀念堂 –
Direction: Take the MRT Red Line going to Chiang Kai Shek Station
Just beside the temple is this beautiful “man-made” waterfall. There are a lot of people here so going early can somehow avoid too much crowd.
Direction: Take the Blue Line 5 to Longshan Temple (龍山寺), the temple is located just north of the station plaza, Exit 1
Admission: FREE within the mall and the viewing area but if you’re planning to go up to the higher floor they have an entrance fee. Check out KLOOK for discounted tickets. Link below.
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Direction: Take an MRT going to Taipei 101 Station. This is where we stayed the rest of our afternoon before heading to the airport.
We spent our whole afternoon inside Taipei 101. They have an open area just outside the famous restaurant Din Tai Fung where you can watch performers while chilling.
As you can observe, all the places we’ve been to are accessible through their subway stations. They are very convenient for me. I feel like I will never get lost as long as I’m within the train station’s area.
This is the end of my Taiwan blogs. I really did enjoy my stay and will definitely go back. I’ll try to visit during winter or the “Cherry Blossom” season perhaps.
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