City Offers 2 New Year Holiday Fun Routes

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City Offers 2 New Year Holiday Fun Routes

City Offers 2 New Year Holiday Fun Routes

Wondering where to spend the four-day New Year holidays? The Department of Information and Tourism (TPEDOIT) recommends two three-day itineraries in Taipei for holidaymakers who seek to embrace nature or embark on a cultural excursion.

The recommended destinations for the two itineraries are as follows:

The “New Year Route—Family-friendly Destinations”

Day 1: Taking the Maokong Gondola to escape the city’s hustle and bustle→Visiting the observatory of Taipei 101 to take in the landscape of Taipei from high above→Shopping, dining, and going to the theaters in the Xinyi Commercial District→Watching the New Year’s Eve fireworks show.

Day 2: Bringing kids to the playground at Daan Forest Park→Dining in Yongkang Commercial District→Shopping for outfits for the New Year at the wholesale garment market in Wufenpu→Tasting local snacks at Raohe Night Market.

Day 3: Enjoying a bath at Beitou hot springs→Dining at Beitou Market→Going for some thrilling experience at the newly-opened Taipei Children’s Amusement Park→Having dinner at Shilin Night Market.

The “New Year Route—Highlights on Culture and Prayers”

Day 1: Visiting exhibitions at Songshan Cultural and Creative Park→Having lunch at exotic restaurants around Ln.216, Sec.4, Zhongxiao E. Rd. and Guangfu S. Rd.→Feeling the nostalgic atmosphere at Four Four South Village→Watching performances or appreciating art at Huashan 1914 Creative Park→Attending the New Year’s Eve Countdown Party.

Day 2: Wishing for a year of good fortune at Longshan Temple→Visiting Dihua Commercial District to admire the retro-style architecture→Praying for love and good marriage at Xiahai City God Temple→Having dinner at Ningxia Night Market.

Day 3: Visiting Treasure Hill Artist Village to learn more about the cultural cluster→Dining at Shuiyuan Market→Taking the Zhonghe-Xinlu Line to MRT Dongmen Station, walking to Yongkang Commercial District and Qingtian 76 historical site to uncover Taipei’s cultural treasures.

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  • Updated: 2014-12-31 15:00
  • Reviewed: 2014-12-31 15:00
  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government

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