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Family friendly travelling in Taipei

Most popular areas in Taipei for family-friendly hotels

Zhongzheng is Taipei’s cultural epicenter, where welcoming hotels can be found amidst family-friendly museums, spectacular national monuments, and beautifully preserved traditional buildings. Daan is a fast-paced, affluent commercial district, with first-rate accommodation, gleaming shopping malls, and irresistible eateries on every street corner. Zhongshan is a thrilling blend of traditional and modern, where glittering skyscrapers sit alongside tranquil temples. The neighborhood also boasts peaceful riverside parks, perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city.

Top family-friendly hotels in Taipei

The Hotel Midtown Richardson is a modern hotel, with a choice of spacious family rooms, which come equipped with premium bedding, handy refrigerators, flat-screen TVs, and free bottled. The Palais de Chine Hotel is another top option for families, and with a choice of restaurants serving international cuisine, a laid-back café perfect for enjoying some down time, and state-of-the-art fitness facilities should you need to blow off some steam. The Caesar Park Taipei is within walking distance of many major attractions, boasts a spectacular roof terrace and heavenly full-service spa, and offers flexible sleeping arrangements.

Where to find the best restaurants in Taipei

Taipei is bursting at the seams with food from all over the world, so you’ll find something to delight even the fussiest of eaters. Daan is home to Tonghua Night Market, where you can enjoy a culinary adventure sampling quirky treats like sizzling sausages with grilled sticky rice, or addictive ice-cream wraps. In Xinyi, you can visit American-style diners, and feast on juicy hamburgers, succulent chicken wings, or doorstop-sized club sandwiches. In Wanhua, you can have fun-packed family meals out, sharing giant wood-fired pizzas or baskets of fresh Chinese pork dumplings.

The most popular things to do in Taipei

Taipei Zoo is indisputably one of the city’s most popular family attractions. Set in lush, sprawling gardens, it’s home to an incredible array of well cared- or creatures from every corner of the globe, including cuddly koalas, magnificent Bengal tigers, and adorable giant pandas. Best of all, the admission fee is incredibly cheap. Afterwards, be sure to take a ride on the Maokong Gondola, which offers a spectacularly scenic cable car ride to gorgeous mountain-top village of Maekong. Once here, you can sip locally grown tea on a sunny terrace, whilst taking in jaw-dropping views of the glittering city below. The Miramar Entertainment Park is a gleaming shopping mall with plenty of attractions to delight younger visitors, such as a giant Ferris wheel and a super-sized IMAX cinema screen.

Best ways to get around Taipei

Getting around Taipei is generally a smooth and hassle-free experience. The Taipei Metro, or MRT, is a modern, inexpensive, and extremely efficient rapid transit network, which allows you to hop between sights with ease. Trains are clean and air-conditioned, so you’re ensured a comfortable ride. There’s also an extensive, reliable bus network, and information in English is available across all modes of public transport. Taxis represent good value for money if you’re traveling as a group, and it’s a good idea to write down your destination in Chinese to show the driver.

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