Best Free Tours In Taipei

One of the best things about Taipei is it’s very walkable. Taipei has good sidewalks and the city is well planned. This makes walking from one district to another actually a bit leisurely. I my self think that the on of the best ways to see Taipei is through free walking tours. Here are the best free tours in Taipei that you can join.

 

Tour Me Away

Tour Me Away offers 5 free tours in Taipei and also offers a pub crawl around the city. The group also offers customize tours if you are tight with time and would like to cover specific areas only. The team is composed of young energetic individuals aiming to promote Taipei’s Culture and Heritage through these free tours in Taipei.

The free tours that the group offers are Old Town Taipei, Chill Out Taipei, Long Shan Temple Tour, Hunger Game and the Vintage Tours. Tours typically starts around 4 in the afternoon (be sure to check their website for schedule changes) with meeting places near MRT stations or popular landmarks making it easier for people to locate.

If you want to have a feel of how it’s like to be in one of their tours you can watch the video below of Haley Dasovich’s tour with them on her trip to Taipei with Ave and Daniel Marsh.

Website: www.tourmeaway.com
Email: service@tourmeaway.com

 

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Like It Formosa

An independent group established by young Taiwanese to promote Taiwan’s culture. The team aims to let people see Taiwan by trying to present the country they way locals see them. The group offers five free tours in Taipei namely: The Historic, Modern, Golden Age, Beitou and LGBT Tour.

 


 

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Now that the Philippines will have been accepted to the country visa free, now’s the best time to plan your trip starting with these free tours in Taipei. So make sure to join one of their fun tours and learn more of Taipei’s culture and heritage!

Got more information or know another group offering free tours in Taipei? Let us know so we can add them up on the list!

Travel Guide: Shilin Night Market

The biggest night markets of all of Taiwan, The Shilin Night Market offers a wide array of delicious Taiwanese food!

wandering around you can just get lost through the maze of streets offering a wide array of food options. Grilled, stewed, baked, just about any way of cooking can be found in the streets of the Shilin Night Market!

The Shilin Night market will not just satisfy your tongue with great Taiwanese foods but with great fusion food as well.

I love starting my Shilin run through by getting my self some cool drinks that will help cleanse my palate one dish after another! No wonder even lonely planet recommends a visit.

Shilin Night MarketCranberry juice lady, they even offer to customize your drink for the same price

 

Shilin Night MarketBarbecued asparagus wrapped in marinated chicken meat is just savory!

 

Shilin Night MarketThe biggest fried chicken I have ever seen! It’s actually a whole chicken fried without the wings and legs!

 

How to get to the Shilin Night Market

The best way to get your self to the night market is through the Taipei Metro. Some might tell you to get off at the Shilin station but it is easier to reach the night market via the Jiantan Station which are both on the MRT red line.

Via bus:
1. Take minibus no. 15 (小15), 16(小16), 17(小17), 18(小18), 19(小19) to Yangming Theatre stop (陽明戲院站).
2. Take bus no. 109, 203, 216, 220, 260, 267, 279, 280, 285, 310, 606, 612, 646, 685, 902 or Zhongshan Line (中山幹線) to Ming Chuan University stop (銘傳大學站).
3. Take bus no. 203, 216, 218, 224, 266, 280, 304 Chengde Line (304 承德線), 308, 310, 606, 616, 618, 665, or minibus no. 18 (小18) to Xiaobei Street stop (小北街).
4. Take bus no. 41, 529, 620, or 30 Red (紅30) to Shilin Market (士林市場).
5. Take bus no. 109, 220, 203, 260, 267, 277, 279, 285, 612, 646, 685, 902, or Zhongshan Line (中山幹線) to MRT Jiantan Station (捷運劍潭站).

Since starting June 1, 2017 Filipinos can now enter Taiwan visa free, you will surely enjoy the amazing food adventure in Shilin Night Market! So make sure that you put this on your list!