Top 5 Must Visit Attractions Tourists Need To See In Taiwan

Tourists who want to explore Taiwan will never run out of places visit with its diverse attractions.
Tourists who want to explore Taiwan will never run out of places visit with its diverse attractions. (Photo: Luke, Ma/Flickr)

Tourists who want to explore Taiwan will never run out of places to visit with the country's scenic landscapes, tourist spots, and the list goes on. So, if you want to see how diverse this nation is when it comes to sites, here are the top five must-visit attractions you need to see.

Taipei 101

If you want to see the modernity of Taiwan, you should visit Taipei 101. It used to be the tallest building in the world. But although it doesn't hold the record anymore, it is still the country's most impressive building, per The Culture Trip.

Taipei 101 holds the most advanced piece of engineering with its 728-ton mass damper that helps it resist the many earthquakes hitting Taiwan. The building is also skillfully and artfully arranged that could be noticed in different places inside the building.

National Palace Museum

From the modernity, tourists can also get a glimpse of Taiwan's culture and history at the National Palace Museum. The gallery holds one of the largest collections of Chinese imperial artifacts that enable everyone to see the imperial past of China.

There are thousands of items visitors can see at the National Palace Museum. The artifacts are said to be rescued by Chiang Kai-shek's government as they left China during the Cultural Revolution.

Yushan National Park

To see how diverse Taiwan is, tourists can also visit Yushan National Park to connect with nature. Here, visitors can experience the serenity and calmness of the natural world, while they can also be close to the environment by trekking, hiking, and trying other sports activities.

According to Travel Triangle, Yushun National Park is one of the best places to visit in Taiwan. It holds many tall peaks that go over 3,000 meters tall. It is also the home of the tallest mountain in the country - the Jade Mountain that stands 3,952 meters tall.

Rainbow Village

Rainbow Village is considered to be an important part of Taiwan's tourism and culture. It was started by a former soldier named Huang Yung-Fu, who loved art and painting.

He initially wanted to save the houses in his neighborhood by restoring with his artwork. From here, it started to gain attention due to its unique and colorful designs. The houses hold different patterns from birds, people, and different animals that attract every visitor coming. 

Shilin Night Market

Of course, any vacation won't be complete without shopping. Shilin night market is one of the best places tourists need to see in Taiwan.

If you want to experience the life of local people, it is the place to be. The place mostly has street food, fried delicacies, and local delights. There are also different items like vintage cassettes, arcade games, and other interesting stuff. However, you should be very careful of vendors who are trying to scam tourists to make profits. 

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