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89th Floor, #7 Xinyi Road, Section 5, Taipei City, Taiwan
7 months ago
Beautiful views both inside and out. The even less than a minute ride on the elevator is an entertaining showcase of lights. Makes you really feel like you’re on top of the world.
a day ago
Learn about the history of Taiwan at this massive memorial hall, dedicated to controversial figure Chiang Kai Shek, the leader who unified and led China and later became Taiwan's first president. 💬 Mandarin tours are available daily (English and Japanese tours must be booked in advance).
2 months ago
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse was declared a National Historical Landmark on August 13, 2004 and a National Cultural Treasure on June 20, 2005 by the Philippine Government The caretaker said they close at exactly 5pm because you will hear or see creepy things after.
6 months ago
Here you’ll find miles of walking tracks and over 900 buildings constructed in the finest Ming Dynasty style. Some tips if you’re going for the first time: 1. Bring your passport or some form of identification 2. Go Early 3. Be patient, there’s a lot to see & a lot of people too 4. Wear comfy shoes
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