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Most popular areas in Taipei for 4-star hotels

Zhongshan is one of Taipei’s most bustling central districts. Here, you’ll find a host of 4-star hotels, which sit amidst lush green parks, gleaming shopping malls, and buzzing bars and nightclubs. Zhongzheng is Taipei’s political heartland, home to iconic sights like the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, and a host of beguiling street markets, which are among the best spots in town for people watching. Daan is a lively neighborhood, with glittering skyscrapers, dazzling designer boutiques, and charming traditional tea houses.

Top 4-star hotels in Taipei

The Caesar Park Taipei offers luxury and style at prices that won’t break the bank. Here, you can indulge in a massage at the full-service spa, enjoy some down time on its elegant rooftop terrace, or savor a gourmet meal in its restaurants. The Madison Taipei is modern 4-star hotel, where you can burn of steam in the slick health club, and where room rates include free breakfasts, WiFi, and onsite parking. The FX Hotel Taipei Nanjing East Road Branch is a smart, central hotel, where the guestrooms come with Egyptian cotton sheets and rainfall showers.

Where to find the best restaurants in Taipei

You’ll find an abundance of eateries on practically every street corner in Taipei – the city is truly one of the world’s great food destinations. In Xinyi, you can feast on Thai comfort food classics like creamy green curry and succulent satay chicken, or freshly rolled sushi in chic, modern surroundings. Head to Daan to check out American-inspired restaurants, where you can indulge in a feast of Cajun-style seafood. Or be spoiled for choice in Zhongshan, where you can pick from authentic Italian home cooking, traditional Chinese fare, or elegant European haute cuisine.

The most popular things to do in Taipei

To get your bearings in unmatched style, take a trip up to the observation deck on the 89th floor of Taipei 101, a skyscraper that looms over the city like a giant bamboo stalk. The National Palace Museum is home to what may be the world’s finest collection of Chinese art and antiquities, spanning over 8,000 years of cultural history. Its most prized treasures include the Jadeite Cabbage, a priceless 19th-century sculpture. The Shilin Night Market is a spectacular assault on the senses, where you can enjoy haggling for chic local fashion and colorful souvenirs, and replenish some energy with sweet bubble tea and tempting street food snacks like succulent grilled shrimp.

Best ways to get around Taipei

The Taipei Metro, or MRT, is a modern and efficient rapid transit system, which allows you to hop between neighborhoods quickly and cheaply. You’ll find English signage at stations and on trains, so you can expect a hassle-free experience. The city’s also served by an extensive bus network. You can save on public transport costs by buying a pre-paid EasyCard, which can be topped up with credit whenever you like. Metered taxis are also readily available, and fares are reasonable compared to many other major cities.

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