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Taipei 101 re-opens observatory deck to public, ticket price at NT$300

The indoor observatory on the top floor of the iconic Taipei 101 skyscraper, the tallest building in Taiwan, has been opened to visits by the public on a trial basis, while the cost of visiting the outdoor area has been reduced, the managing company said Tuesday.

The regular NT$300 ticket for the observatory on the 89th floor now allows visits to the indoor observatory on the 101st floor, according to Taipei Financial Center Corp. (TFCC), which manages the building.

Meanwhile, tickets for public visits to the outdoor area on the 101st floor, which previously cost NT$2,700 per person on weekends and NT$3,000 per pair on weekdays, have been sharply reduced, TFCC said.

Visitors to the 89th floor observatory will need to pay only an additional NT$999 to go up to Skyline 460, as the outdoor area on the top floor is called, the company said.

The new prices and public access are being implemented on a trial basis for the month of December, with visits to the top floor limited to 200 persons per hour, because a special elevator is required to go up there, TFCC said.

After the one-month trial period, the costs of visiting the indoor and outdoor areas of the top floor observatory will increase by NT$101, the company said. -Central News Agency, Photo Flickr


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