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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

Explore popular tourist spots

Our hotel is surrounded by tourist attractions ranging from popular leisure spots to places known for their scenic beauty.
Make a plan that matches your mood and get the most out of your trip.

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Tourist Attractions around Ruifang, Taipei (Jiufen/Shifen/Pingxi/Jinguashi)
It takes about an hour and half from hotel by MRT and bus.

Prospered once with gold mining activities, Ruifang District of New Taipei City boasts a profound history. The place contains many iconic tourist attractions of northern Taiwan: Jiufen, a place with its nostalgic charms; Jinguashi, a serene mountain town; and Pingxi, which is famous for sky lantern. Why not pay a one-day visit around these outskirts of Taipei!

Source: Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government

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Tamsui/Bali/Fisherman’s Wharf
It takes about an hour from hotel by MRT and bus.

Tamsui is located at the northwest of Taipei basin, where you can enjoy Taiwan’s beautiful sunset. Tamsui Old Street with quaint alleys, along with the restaurants and cafés which is lined along the riverside will be considered as ideal dining places. You can also enjoy ferrying across the river to Bali and savor the surrounding beautiful sceneries while on board.

Source: Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government

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Wulai Old Street
It takes about an hour and fourty minutes by MRT and bus.

Wulai—a home to the Atayal, an indigenous people of Taiwan. As the word, wulai (“hot spring” in the Atayal language) indicates the place inherited abundant hot springs from ancient times and has become a renowned hot spring spot bustling with tourists. Pay visit to the main street of the Wulai Street and you can taste all kinds of special local delicacies.

Source: Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government

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Sanxia Old Street
It takes about an hour and half from hotel by MRT and bus.

Lined with century-old stores, Sanxia Old Street features buildings blending with Chinese, European, and Japanese architectural elements. This is a tourist hotspot where visitors can experience Taiwan’s profound history from ancient to modern times.

Source: Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government

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Beitou Hot Springs Region
It takes about 50 minutes from hotel by MRT.

A popular and iconic hot spring spot in Taipei, the Beitou hot springs region is accessible by just 40 minutes. It is a easy drive from downtown Taipei for a relaxing one-day trip with a delightful soak. The other highlights among the area’s tourist attractions include Beitou Hot Spring Museum and Beitou Library famous for its beauty.

Source: Department of Information and Tourism, Taipei City Government

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Maokong Gondola/Taipei Zoo
It takes about an hour from hotel by MRT.

Located on a hill in the Taipei suburb of the Muzha area, Maokong can be accessed via the gondola from the foot of the hill for a leisurely travel with a delightful panoramic view over lush greenery. After alighting, teahouses that line up along the streets will offer a glimpse of the Taiwanese tea culture. The gondola station is right next to Taipei Zoo. Taipei Zoo not only keeps many adorable animals but also provides a shuttle train connecting certain areas of the zoo, which makes it one of the most beloved attractions among children.

Source: Department of Information and Tourism, Taipei City Government

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Yangming Mountain (Yangmingshan)
It takes about an hour and half from hotel by MRT and bus.

A national park with a rich natural environment near downtown Taipei—Yangmingshan. Enjoy various plants year-round, as cherry and plum blossoms in spring and Chinese silver grass covers the mountains in autumn. You can plan a one-day hike and have a pleasant dinner at a restaurant while looking down at the Taipei nightscape. Consist of diverse activities and endless fun, the park is one of the most popular attractions in Taiwan.

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Yehliu
It takes about an hour and half from hotel by bus.

Yehliu is a cape of about 1,700 meters long and formed as part of the Datun Mountain System stretched into the sea. With coast erosion ,weathering, and crustal movements, it has evolved with unique landscapes such as sea cliffs, metamorphic rocks, and sea caves. This is a tourist destination that takes your breath away as the nature’s magnificent formations before you.

Source: Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government

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