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  • National Palace MuseumTaipei travel tips
    You can't get enough of this museum, it is so amazing. We spent almost a half day inside the National Palace Museum and we still felt we could have stayed a longer. The museum has an outside garden and the three exhibition buildings. [...]
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  • Flavors Swedish RestaurantTaipei travel tips
    In all Taipei, I have to say, the Flavors Swedish Restaurant is THE best! They serve excellent Western food in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere. The owners of the restaurant is a Swiss couple, the husband being the cook and the wife taking [...]
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  • Five Dime RestauratTaipei travel tips
    Though mostly famous for its architecture, the Five Dime Restaurant has excellent food to provide, not just an exquisite, interesting environment. The design of the place is unique, eclectic and really something to see. Their dishes, [...]
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  • Mitsui Japanese CuisineTaipei travel tips
    I would say, the Mitsui Japanese Restaurant serves the best Japanese food you can get in any of the Taipei restaurants. They have several branches in 6 locations, all of them designed in modern, elegant style and serving excellent food. [...]
    D: 4mi00
  • National Taiwan Memorial HallTaipei travel tips
    Picturesque and worthwhile, the National Taiwan Memorial Hall is an imposing building surrounded by gardens and parkways along a 62-acres land. There are several live performances, Chinese, Japanese, and other nationals. The whole place is [...]
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  • Shin Yeh RestaurantTaipei travel tips
    Grown into a well-known and popular amongst locals and visitors as well, Shin Yeh Restaurant serves excellent Taiwanese food that takes your breath away. Their dishes are rich in flavor and spices and while eating any of their food you feel [...]
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  • Yangmingshan National ParkTaipei travel tips
    At the northern part of the Taipei basin, Yangmingshan National Park is one of the most beautiful and enchanting places in whole Taipei. Issued to become a national park area, the place has become one only two decades ago. Now it a place of [...]
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  • Taipei Red HouseTaipei travel tips
    Formerly an old Theater building, the Taipei Red House is now home to various kinds of shops and artists. On the first floor you can find jewelry, designer clothes stores, handcrafted toys and paintings. It is fun to stroll around and look [...]
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  • Sun Yat-Sen Memorial HallTaipei travel tips
    Dedicated in the memory of the great Dr. Sun for its part in shaping the Republic of China, the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall is open to the public, holding lectures and exhibiting (free of charge) some of his works and personal belongings. [...]
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  • Yeh LiuTaipei travel tips
    Not far from Keelung, on a small peninsula, you can find interesting and bizarre stone formations that have been shaped by water and wind for thousands of years. This park, called Yeh Liu, though not very popular, is a sight to be visited. [...]
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Taipei History

The ROC was denied the United Nations seat to mainland China in 1971; and in 1979, most countries including the US recalled their acknowledgement of the ROC government. But most of these countries backed up an independent self-governing Taiwan. Taipei City continued to thrive and the economy continued to escalate in spite the challenges that the Taiwanese people came across including the declaration of martial law. In 1986, the hope for a political reform was almost within reach as opposition parties took seats in the legislature. And the lifting of the martial law in 1987 became the door for the advent of democracy in Taiwan. [...]
 
 
 

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