Hotels in Taipei
A few of the more than 300 hotels in Taipei are: Park Taipei Hotel five stars, The Okura Prestige Taipei five stars, Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei four stars, Hotel HD Palace four stars, The Tango Hotel Taipei ChangAn four stars and Hotel Relax three stars.
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan, also known as the Republic of China, and is located on the Tamsui River. The city has about 2.7 million inhabitants. This modern city is used as a hub to visit the inland and shores of Taiwan, which are very beautiful, there are many animals, natural attractions and hot springs (New Beitou Hot Spring). Taipei is well known for its night parks (Taipei Botanische Tuin), markets, museums, buildings, monuments & landmarks (there are traces left by the Dutch, Spanish, and Japanese), festivals and events. Bitan is known for boating and water sports. Tamsui is a popular sea-side resort town. Ocean beaches are accessible in several directions from Taipei.
Taipei must see buildings: Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Station, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Station, Ximen Station, Jiantan Station, Shilin Station, Beitou Station, Longshan Temple Station, Xindian Station, Taipei Main Station, Songjiang Nanjing Station, Daqiaotou Station, National Palace Museum, National Taiwan University, Songshan Airport, Taipei Bus Station, Presidential Office Building, The Presidential Office Building, Taipei Film House and The Red House.
Taipei markets, shops and shopping streets: Ximending Night Market, Ningxia Night Market, Bopiliao Old Street, Taipei Main Station, Zhongshan Metro Mall, Dihua Street, the Guang Hua Digital Plaza and the Core Pacific City.
Parks and forestry areas: Yangmingshan National Park, Taipei Zoo, Da-an Forest, Zhishan Garden, Taipei Botanical Garden, 228 Peace Park, Zhongshan Fine Arts Park and Dajia Riverside Park.