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What are Taiwan's must see sights? It’s probably the first question on the lips of anyone thinking of visiting the country.

Whether you are a first time visitor looking for the top attractions in Taiwan or a seasoned traveller wanting to get off the beaten track – we can help.

Here’s our guide to the best things to see in Taiwan. Click on the tiles to find out why they should be on your bucket list and how to experience them on one of our holidays.

For the real inside track on the top sights in Taiwan and expert friendly advice on how to include them in your trip, give our travel experts a call.
 

  • Discover Taipei 101
    Taipei 101

    At 509.2m tall, the Taipei 101 Tower is one of the world’s tallest buildings and is Taiwan’s treasured skyscraper.

  • Discover National Revolutionary Martyrs Shrine
    National Revolutionary Martyrs Shrine

    Built in 1969 to commemorate the loss of almost 400,000 Taiwanese soldiers who lost their lives in several wars during the 20th century.

  • Discover Antique Assam Tea Farm
    Antique Assam Tea Farm

    An organic, working tea farm renowned for its specialty ‘Assam black tea’ brought back to life by the devotion and vision of 5 veteran workers.

  • Discover Longshan Temple
    Longshan Temple

    One of the largest and oldest temples in Taiwan, Longshan Temple was built in 1738 by Han immigrants from Fujian as a gathering place for Chinese settlers.

  • Discover Anping District
    Anping District

    This region is renowned for its deep culture and history but also for its beautiful natural scenery, stunning sunsets and awesome food and delicacies.

  • Discover Night Markets
    Night Markets

    Strolling through night markets is somewhat of a national pastime in Taiwan. Snacking and walking especially is the embodiment of popular culture in this food 

  • Discover Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village
    Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village

    The largest outdoor museum in Taiwan to display the traditional homes and architecture of Taiwanese indigenous tribes.