Explore the spectacular night scene in Taipei's night market and have a scrumptious dinner at the famous Din Tai Fung Restaurant.
Get to know Taipei after the sun has set on an exciting evening walk around the vibrant metropolis.
Start your tour at Longshan Temple, one of the most well-known temples in Taiwan. Take in the spectacular night scene at the temple as the worshippers gather and practice ancient Buddhist rituals. Since its construction in 1738, the temple has been improved and now serves as a worship house for a mixture of Buddhist, Taoist, and deities like Mazu devotees.
Conveniently located next to the temple is the famous Huaxi Street Night Market. Try the famous snake soup, a unique treat found only in the market. Stroll around to visit shops selling traditional goods, seafood restaurants and stalls, quaint boutiques and traditional Chinese massage parlors.
After the market visit, tantalize your taste buds with delicious soup dumplings (xiaolongbao), beef noodle soup and other authentic Taiwanese food at Din Tai Fung, which was ranked one of the world's Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times.
Before the tour ends, stop at one of the world's tallest buildings, Taipei 101. Towering above the city, this outstanding landmark was designed to resemble a bamboo stalk. You may also visit the observatory (at own expense) and experience to be whisked upward by high-speed pressure-controlled elevators. From the observatory, enjoy unobstructed view of the city in all directions. One of the decks also houses a museum where you will learn about the design process and construction of the building.
Your tour concludes with a drop-off at your hotel.
Huaxi Street Night Market
Dinner at Din Tai Fung
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Pick-up at Select Hotels in Taipei
Dinner at Din-Tai-Fung (~ 60 mins)
Indulge in the Michelin Starred restaurant, Din Tai Fung
- Hot and sour soup
- Stir fried vegetables
- Fried rice
- Xiaolongbao set
- Steamed dumplings set
Huaxi Street Night Market
Chinese traditional lamps are hung along the street. There are old, historical stores to check out and stalls that provide tasty street food. This is a great spot to experience the true culture of Taiwan and take awesome snapshots!
Check out the shops, gaze up at the incredible bamboo-like architecture or choose to ride the elevator all the way to the top for phenomenal views!
(Additional fee required to go to the top. Please note that due to crowds, there may be days you cannot go up.)
~ 22:00 Hotel Drop-off at at Select Hotels in Taipei
Price & Options
This tour is a mixed language tour, and the languages used will vary depending on the participants on the day.
Admission to the observatory of Taipei 101 is not included. Please pay on site if you would like to enter: NT $500 (as of April 2014). At busy times it may not be possible for you to go up to the observatory in the allotted time.
The pick-up service operates for all major hotels within the Taipei city area. Please let us know your hotel details during booking or as soon as you have booked accommodation.
If you will be staying in a hotel outside of the city or one where pick-ups are unavailable, then we will set a hotel for you to get picked up from.
The meal is communal so you will be seated with other members of the group.
The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
The menu is subject to change without notice.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any cancellations made within 1 business days of your activity (after 09:00:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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