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5 Activities You Can Do Inside Taipei 101


Taipei 101 in Taipei City in Taiwan is the most iconic of all the buildings in the city, it is one time the highest building in the world and also have one of the fastest elevator. There are several activities you can do inside the towering building, check below 5 activities you can do inside Taipei 101:


1. Luxury shopping at Taipei 101 Mall



You can do shopping inside the Taipei 101 mall with shops like luxury Bvlgari, LV, Burberry, Nike, Adidas and the likes with electronic shops like Sony and the biggest Apple hub in Taiwan. This one is literally ship ‘til you drop as long as you have a huge amount of money.

2. Local and international food galore



On the ground floor and basement, Taipei 101 offers a lot food selection from local and international cuisine. The famous Din Tai Fung restaurant is serving their delicious Xiao Long Bao is located at Taipei 101, supermarkets are also available.

3. Visit the tower’s observatory deck



Have a good view of the city in all directions by visiting the Taipei 101 observatory deck, you will ride one of the fastest elevator in the world going up. The best time is during the sunset as you also see the city charm with lights at night.

4. Have your photo ops



Do not forget to have your photo opportunity inside the mall, there are lot of picturesque stuffs inside the building. Well, if you can’t afford buying one, just take a picture of it as a souvenir for yourself.


5. Have your coffee at the highest Starbucks at 35th flr



If you are a Starbucks fan, you must not miss this place as it offers one of the coolest ambience, it is like having your coffee while viewing the city on the 35thfloor, although you need a reservation for you to enter the store.

Taipei 101 is the main attraction in Taiwan as it stands tall in the middle of busy city, besides there are lots of parks, memorial halls and temples. Sure there are lot more activities you can do specially on holidays like lantern festival, Christmas seasons and the fireworks display during new year’s eve.
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