Taiwan's Top 10 Tourist Attractions Taiwan is a beautiful island with many attractions to visit.

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Taiwan's second-largest city Kaohsiung has a population of just under 3,000,000.

Kaohsiung Mosque

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Sun Moon Lake is the largest body of water in Taiwan. It is located in the center of the island and is absolutely beautiful!

Sun Moon Lake 

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The National Palace Museum, located in Taipei, Taiwan, is a world-renowned museum that houses an extensive collection of ancient Chinese art and artifacts.

National Palace Museum

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Taiwan attractions in Taipei include Taipei 101 and the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. Both 101 and CKS characterize Taipei, and Taiwan overall is an incredible

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

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The oldest Buddhist temple in Taiwan is Longshan Temple, which is also the most important temple in Taiwan. It was shot during the Chinese New Year.

Longshan Temple

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Dahua Street, Datong District, Taipei City, is a wholesale district where Chinese medicine, dry food, and clothing wholesalers gather.

Datong District 

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Tamsui area of Taipei, Taiwan, is a very popular place for everyone who wants a place away from the city center; families and couples also especially enjoy this place.

Tamsui Old Street

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Taipei Zoo, also known as Musha Zoo, is a public zoological garden in Wenshan District, the largest zoo in Asia, and home to the Yuan Zhai Panda. A must-see for animal enthusiasts.

Taipei Zoo

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This is one of the most popular night markets in Taiwan for tourists to visit. Known for its large array of vendors specializing in street food, clothing, jewelry, and more.

Shilin Night Market

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Taipei 101, formerly known as Taipei World Financial Center, is a landmark skyscraper located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan.

Taipei 101