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Considered to be a global tourism city, Taipei is the national capital of Taiwan. It is in the northern part of the island in a basin between the Yangming Mountains and the Central Mountains. Taipei is located on the Tamsui River. Taipei is the political, economic, and cultural centre of Taiwan. Taipei has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate which is slightly short of a true tropical climate and charming for the tourist.

Once the newcomer has a feel for the city, getting around is easy. The city is characterized by straight roads and public buildings of grand Western architectural styles. The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is a famous monument, landmark and tourist attractions that was erected in memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. The National Palace Museum is an art gallery and museum built around a permanent collection centered on ancient Chinese artifacts. The Taipei Fine Arts Museum was established in 1983, it is was the first museum in Taiwan dedicated to modern art.

Taipei is known for its many night markets, the most famous of which is the Shilin Night Market in the Shilin District. The surrounding streets by Shilin Night Market are extremely crowded during the evening, usually opening late afternoon and operating well past midnight. Most night markets feature individual stalls selling a mixture of food, clothing, and consumer goods. The newly developed Xinyi District is popular with tourists and locals alike for its many entertainment and shopping venues, as well as being the home of Taipei 101, a prime tourist attraction famous for being one of the world's tallest buildings. Taipei maintains an extensive system of parks, green spaces, and nature preserves. Parks and forestry areas of note in and around the city include Yangmingshan National Park, Taipei Zoo and Da-an Forest Park. Yangmingshan National Park is famous for its cherry blossoms, hot springs, and sulfur deposits. Taipei is rich in beautiful, ornate temples housing Buddhist, Taoist, and Chinese folk religion deities.

The city offers a wide range of events and festivals right through the year to the tourist. Many yearly festivals are held in Taipei, including the Taipei Lantern Festival when thousands of sky lanterns are released in Pingxi. You love most of the Taipei hotels because these are reasonable priced and having so many good foods and services even Taipei hotels have washing machines and dryers for free usage. Some of the popular dishes of Taiwan are; Mantou (steamed buns), Danbing (pancake with egg and spring onions, rolled and sliced, served with chili sauce), beef noodles, milkfish porridge, Taiwanese rice noodles and many more.

The Taiwanese are friendly and helpful for tourist. Public transport accounts for a substantial portion of different modes of transport in Taiwan which can help you for Taipei travel. You can use private transport consists of motor scooters, private cars, and bicycles in Taipei travel. Most scheduled international flights are served by Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in nearby Taoyuan County. From Airlines northwest you can book or buy flight tickets. Airlines northwest has extensive and quick service which can make you happy.