Read the following introductions for attractions in Taiwan. You will know the top attractions there and you can also get to know the city attractions by category.
Taipei 101 Building
Taipei 101 Building, the city's landmark, is located in the commercial heart of Taiwan's capital Taipei, situated next to the Taipei Municipal Government Building. Standing at a height of 508 meters, it is a combination of the financial power of Taiwan and classic Taiwanese architecture. The bui...
Taipei National Palace Museum
For those who choose to visit Taiwan, one stop on your travel must be the Taipei National Palace Museum. Being completed in 1965, the museum contains many artifacts and treasures that were originally collected in its more famous cousin in the Forbidden City in Beijing. For those who are familiar...
Waters(rivers, lakes, waterfalls)
Sun and Moon Lake
The Sun and Moon Lake is one of the eight premier tourist destinations in Taiwan and is the biggest natural lake on the island with beauty to match Hangzhou's famous West Lake. With an area of 7.73 square kilometers, this lake is at a sea-level of 740 meters and has an average depth of 40 meters...
Sunrise Ali Mountain is home to some of Taiwan's most amazing natural icons. Due to diverse sunrise position and time in different seasons, the Ali Mountain in Taiwan is deemed to be an popular tourist destination, with the best sunrise watching site at the Guanri Pavilion on Zhu M...