Chan Brothers - Package Tours
Planning a free and easy trip is sometimes a hassle, but not if you are travelling to Taipei. Language wouldn't be much of a problem as most Taiwanese can speak basic English. On top of that, some of the road signs are in Engliash as well. With the Metro system, getting around in Taipei is going to be really easy too! As for the food, there are so many good local delicacies, you'd be spoilt for choice. So let's get started!
Sightseeing :
Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
As the name suggests, this famous monument is erected in memory of Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. Do you know? The blue and white colours of the building, as well as the red colour of the flowerbeds, actually echo the colours of the flag of the Republic of China. And if you want to know how old Chiang Kai-Shek was when he passed on, you might want to count the number of steps on the white stairs leading to the main entrance.

How to get there:
Alight at Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall Station and exit from Exit 5

Hell Valley
The Hell Valley, located at Beitou, is covered in misty steam all year round, making it look like a really mysterious place. The hot spring is sulphurous and highly erosive, so please don't be a curious cat and put your hands in. Probably that is why the locals call this attraction "the source or sulphur water" or the "ghost lake". And while you are at Beitou, don't forget to soak and relax in the many hot spring resorts scattered around the area. But do note that the spring water here is acidic, so don't wear anything that could be damaged by acid, like pearls.

How to get there:
Alight at Xinbeitou Station and walk uphill for approximately 20 mins

Celebrity-owned Shops:
Other than their full-time job as actors/singers/hosts, many Taiwanese celebrities simply love to do something outside their curriculum, like setting up their own businesses. Ranging from dessert shops to apparel boutiques, these celebrities are more than willing to share with their fans what they love to do during their free time.
 
The Sweet Dynasty (opened by Jacky Wu)

What:
A dessert stall, similar to Hong Kong Cafes

How to get there:

Alight at Zhongxiao Dunhua Station and exit via Exit 4 or alight at Zhongxia Fuxing Station and exit via Exit 5
PHANTAC (opened by Jay Chou)

What:
An apparel boutique selling limited edition basketball shows, trendy male clothes and designer dolls.

How to get there:

Alight at Ximen Station and exit via Exit 6. Walk along Hanzhong St. When you see the East Dragon Hotel, do not cross the road, but turn left and walk all the way straight to Hankou St, Sec. 2. Look for No. 58 and go down to B1.
Mr. J French-Italian Restaurant (opened by Jay Chou)

What:
A restaurant which sells French-Italian cuisine and features props from Jay Chou's movie "Secret", including an antique grand piano.

How to get there:

Alight at Taipei City Hall Station and exit via Exit 2. Take the free shuttle bus to Taipei Medical University.
STAY REAL (opened by Ah Shin from May Day)

What:
An apparel boutique featuring clothing designed by Ah Shin himself and No2Good.

How to get there:

Alight at Zhongxiao Dunhua Station and exit via Exit 2. Turn left when you reach the first street.
Black As Chocolate (opened by Stella Huang)

What:
A cake shop that sells really unique cakes and pastries, divided in 3 categories: a tease, a rush and overkill.

How to get there:

Alight at Zhongxiao Fuxing Station and exit via Exit 5. Walk straight and turn into Civic Blvd Sec. 3 opposite Breeze Centre.
STAGE (opened by Show Luo)

What:
An apparel boutique which sells clothes that you would commonly see on Show Luo.

How to get there:

Alight at Ximen Station and exit via Exit 6. Walk along KaiFong St until you reach Shop No. 66.
Oops! J Nail Parlour (opened by Jolin Tsai)

What:
A nail parlour which offers manicures and pedicures.

How to get there:

Alight at Taipei City Hall Station and walk to Songgao Rd. Enter H Park (Hairdressing Salon) at Eslite (Xinyi Store) Level 6.


Night Markets :
When the night falls, you wouldn't want to miss out on the many famous night markets in Taipei. Each night market has different selling points. That means you could cover one night market each night during your visit here, and not have to worry about getting bored. There are many things to see and buy, ranging from clothes, accessories, local food products, pets accessories, cosmetics and many more. But what you absolutely must try is the food there!
Shida Night Market +^'Yï�Y^

Must-eat:

Lantern hot stew (Èq`|÷nsT),
Hsu's pan-fried dumplings (1ŠŠuNqS),
Ah Nuo crepes (?–þŠÕl_ïS—ž™)


How to get there:
Alight at Taipower Building Station and exit via Exit 3.
Raohe Street Night Market Õ~³lY^

Must-eat:

Hu Jiao Bing (á€i|™),
Stinky Tofu (í�FŒP�),
Dongfa Oyster Noodles (qg|v_†µ†ÔNµžÚ})


How to get there:
Alight at Songshan Station and walk towards Bade District.
Shihlin Night Market ëX—gY^

Must-eat:

Sheng Jian Bao (uNqS),
Big Sausage wraps Small Sausage ('Y €S\ €),
Oyster omelette (µ†ÔNNq),
Hot Star Large Fried Chicken (jŒ'Y'YÞ–’c)


How to get there:
Alight at Jiantan Station and exit via Exit 2.
Gong Guan Night Market lQ†™Y^

Must-eat:

Run Bing (do™),
Shaved ice ((R°Q),
Wheel Cakes (ÊŽ*�™),
Little Li's Pig Blood Cake (\Ng*s@ˆÕ|)


How to get there:
Alight at Gongguan Station and exit via Exit 4.
 

Night Clubs :
Don t waste your night sleeping when you can join in the locals as they party their nights away in some of the more famous night clubs in Taipei. Girls in Taiwan are pretty hot and wild at times. So other than getting high on booze, you get to find some eye candies there too. Who knows? You might even bump into a local celebrity!

Room 18

How to get there:

Alight at Taipei City Hall and exit via Exit 3. Walk straight and turn into Songren Road.
 
Luxy

How to get there:

Alight at Zhongxiao Dunhua Station and exit via Exit 2.
 
Lava

How to get there:

Alight at Taipei City Hall and exit via Exit 3. Walk straight and turn into Songren Road.
 
Primo

How to get there:

Alight at Yongchun Station and exit via Exit 1. Turn right and walk straight to Attoui (red building) next to The Tango Hotel.

Taipei is a great destination to go with your friends! You get to explore the place without having to worry about getting lost. And if you really got lost, there are always cabs around for you to hop on!