Join this tour, you will visit some of the must-see attractions at the eastern side of Taipei. Your tour guide will meet and greet you at MRT Taipei 101 Station at 4:30 pm. Your first stop is Forty-Four South Village, which is known as Xinyi Public Assembly Hall. The village was built in 1948 and is believed to be first military family dependents’ village in Taiwan. Nowadays the village allows tourists to have an opportunity to experience the old simple style military community.
Next, you will walk across the street to Taipei 101 building. Taipei 101 was officially classified as the world’s tallest building in 2004. You will take the world fastest elevator and visit the observatory at the 89th floor. There is a museum where you can learn about the design process and construction of Taipei 101. Of course, you cannot miss the fabulous panoramic view of Taipei.
Your dinner will be served at the world-famous restaurant, Din Tai Fong. You will surely enjoy the soup dumplings and many other delicious dishes.
After the meal, you will take the MRT to Tonghua Night Market, which is the nearest night market at Taipei city center. Even though it is not a very big night market, you definitely can find out various food options here. After your long walking tour, at the end of the day your feet will most likely be in need of some well-deserved recuperation. So before heading back to the MRT station, you will have a chance to experience the foot massage. Your tour guide will walk you to the MRT station after the massage and the tour ends.
Suggested Dinner Menu:
• Hot and Sour Soup
• Stir-Fried Seasonal Vegetable
• Pork Fried Rice with Egg
Dim Sim: Pork Xiao Long Bao, Crab and Pork Xiao Long Bao, Steamed Vegetables and Pork Dumplings, Steamed Fish Dumplings, Steamed Shrimp and Pork Shao Mai and Vegetable and Pork Wonton Dessert: Red Bean Xiao Long Bao
MRT Taipei 101 Station - Forty-Four South Village - Taipei 101 observatory deck - Din Tai Fung - Tonghua Night Market - MRT Xinyi Anhe Station.
[Taipei 101 Building]
Constucted in 2004, Taipei 101 (臺北101) was once the tallest building skyscraper in the world and held that claim until the opening of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010. Awarded with a LEED Platinum certification in July 2011, it is officially the tallest and largest green building in the world comprising of 101 floors above ground and 5 floors underground. There is a mall, club, and many world-class restaurants within the building.
[Forty-Four South Village]
Which is known as Xinyi Public Assembly Hall. The village was built in 1948 and is believed to be first military family dependents’ village in Taiwan. Nowadays the village allows tourists to have an opportunity to experience the old simple style military community.