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  2. Taipei was made an administrative entity of the Chinese government in 1875, and, when Taiwan was proclaimed a province of China in 1886, the city was made the provincial capital. The Japanese acquired Taiwan in 1895 as part of the peace agreement after the first Sino-Japanese War and retained Taipei as the capital. During that time the city acquired the characteristics of an administrative centre, including many new public buildings and housing for civil servants.

  3. Taipei - Wikipedia

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    Taipei is the economic, political, educational and cultural center of Taiwan and one of the major hubs in East Asia. Considered to be a global city and rated as an Alpha − City by GaWC, [12] Taipei is part of a major high-tech industrial area. [13] Railways, highways, airports and bus lines connect Taipei with all parts of the island.

  4. Taipei travel - Lonely Planet | Taiwan, Asia

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    Taipei Awarded Best in Travel 2022 Taipei is a friendly city whose allure lies in its blend of Chinese culture with a curious fusion of Japanese, Southeast Asian and American influences. Historical Journey In many ways this 300-year-old city is like a living museum.

  5. Taipei Travel

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    Wherever you go, the cultural kaleidoscope of Taipei showcases exhilarating diversity. Incense-veiled temples with exquisite carvings and paintings dating back to dynastic times blend seamlessly in streets of the modern city. Taipei has dozens of world-class restaurants where gourmets can sample the most authentic Chinese cuisines.

  6. Taipei things to do | Taipei Travel

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    Taipei City is a fusion of multiple immigrant cultures. Various religions coexist peacefully, offering comfort and counseling to the souls that seek peace and shelter. The religious center in Wanhua District “Longshan Temple” is also referred to as “the most well known temple in Taipei”.

  7. Taipei is easy to get around, has a computer-savvy population and a unique and interesting culture. 6 million people visit Taipei each year. Many head straight to the city’s landmark skyscraper,Taipei 101, theNational Palace Museum, and the gloriousChiang Kai-shek Memorial Halldowntown.To the southeast, the Maokong tea-growing area is another favorite destination.

  8. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Taipei, Taiwan - Tripadvisor

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    Full-Day Private Northern Taiwan Tour from Taipei with Pickup 103 Full-day Tours from $100.00 per adult (price varies by group size) 5-Day Best of Taiwan: Sun Moon Lake, Tarako Gorge, Kaohsiung, Taitung 138 Bus Tours from $624.00 per adult LIKELY TO SELL OUT* The 10 Tastings of Taipei With Locals: Private Street Food Tour 81 City Tours from $69.61

  9. Taipei City Map | Taipei Travel

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    Wherever you go, the cultural kaleidoscope of Taipei showcases exhilarating diversity. Incense-veiled temples with exquisite carvings and paintings dating back to dynastic times blend seamlessly in streets of the modern city. Taipei has dozens of world-class restaurants where gourmets can sample the most authentic Chinese cuisines.

  10. Perfectly Taipei - 25 Must-See City Highlights | Taipei Travel

    www.travel.taipei/en/must-visit/attractions-top25

    The Taipei Zoo is the largest zoo in Southeast Asia. The size of the zoo complex and the large number of animals on display make it difficult to see everything in just one day. Before visiting, browse the map and the recommended itineraries on the official website to make sure your route takes you to everything you’d like to see. Ideal for

  11. 3 Days in TAIPEI: ULTIMATE Itinerary for 2022

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    EPIC Taipei Itinerary • Plan Your Trip in 2023 (ATTRACTION GUIDE) Taipei, the magnificent capital city of Taiwan, offers all the magic and wonder that we’ve come to expect from the cities of Southeast Asia and the far east! This city is a modern metropolis mixing Western, Chinese, and Japanese influences. The city is known for its numerous street-markets including some famous street-foods that we’ve all come to love.