- National Palace Museum
- Longshan Temple
- Taipei 101
- National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
- Shilin Night Market
- Tamsui (old streets and fisherman’s wharf)
- Tamsui, a sea-side city in New Taipei City, is about an hour from Taipei by car or MRT. It is named after the Tamsui River. The name means “clear water”. The city is popular as a site for viewing sunset into the Taiwan Strait. The Tamsui Old Street is home to many traditional Taiwanese cuisines.
- The Fisherman’s Wharf was a very important fishing harbor in the early history of north Taiwan. The Tamsui Fisherman’s Wharf is well known by its beautiful sunset and fresh seafood. While having sightseeing and leisure facilities, it still holds its functionality as a harbor for fishing boats.
- Din Tai Fung
The National Palace Museum houses the world's largest collection of priceless Chinese art treasures, one which spans China's nearly 5,000-year history. Most of the museum's 620,000 art objects were part of the Chinese imperial collection, which began over 1,000 years ago in the early Song dynasty.
Mengjia Longshan Temple, built in 1738, worships a mixture of Buddhist and Taoist with over 100 Gods and Goddesses. With the most complete characteristics of Taiwanese temple, it serves not only as a place of worship for the local people, but a famous historic monument where visitors always get impressed by the beauty of ancient art treasures.
Being the landmark of Taipei City, Taipei 101 is one of the tallest buildings in the world. For refined food and views, visitors may enjoy fine services and cuisines at the restaurants located from the eighty-sixth to the eighty-eighth floor.
The National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall was built in 1987. It is the first national-level cultural venues in Taiwan, and consists of the National Chiang Kai-Shek Cultural Center, National Theater, and National Concert Hall. With the traditional Chinese palace style, CKS Memorial Hall is also the other major Taipei landmarks, where visitors and tourists can have themselves enjoy the world-class performances and exhibitions as well.
Surrounded by mountains and facing the Pacific Ocean, Jiufen has the best and spectacular view of sunset. Developed from gold mining town during the Japanese Colonial Era, most of the Japanese style residences are still perfectly preserved. Beside the old-time delights, its local food such as meat ball with red vinasse (hongzhao), Hakka glutinous rice cakes, and yam balls, also make Jiufen a thriving tourist resort that attracts visitors from all over the world.
Shilin Night Market is the one of the largest night markets in Taipei. The market is centered on Yangming Theater and Cicheng Temple. The night market is formed by many prosperous shops on Wenlin Road, Dadong Road and Danan Road, etc. Among them, Shilin Market was built as early as in 1899 and the market is famous for various snacks and eatery. Many visitors have come to Shilin Night Market to enjoy the delicious foods, such as large pancake enfolding small pancake, hot pot on stone or Shilin sausage.
Din Tai Fung is an award-winning restaurant originating in Taiwan, specializing in Xiaolongbao (Chinese steamed buns). Outside its native Taiwan, Din Tai Fung also has branches in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, the United States and Thailand.