Yangmingshan Geysers, Taiwan

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Yangmingshan National Park is the most strategically placed of Taiwan's national parks simply a short transport ride outside Taipei city. The park is home to a lethargic fountain of liquid magma which is the reason there are such countless natural aquifers in the area. Xiaoyoukeng is the best spot to see the geysers – there is additionally a guest place, and a few pathways and hiking trails.

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Fort Zeelandia, Taiwan

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Underlying the 1600s by the Dutch East India Company, this former Dutch fortress was a position of import during their standard over the western piece of the island in the seventeenth century. The fort is presently reestablished to its former greatness and is one of Tainan's most mainstream attractions.

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Taipei 101, Taiwan

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The one-time tallest building on the planet may at this point don't be a record holder, however, it is as yet one of Taiwan's most noteworthy buildings and certainly justified regardless of a visit. The 728-ton mass damper that permits the building to endure the island's numerous quakes is an amazing piece of engineering and can be seen from different points within the building.

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Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan

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Sun Moon Lake is the biggest waterway in Taiwan and an extraordinary destination for a short excursion. There are scores of inns situated around the lake which is occupied with yachts taking tourists from one side to the next. There is likewise a trolley here that takes you to the Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village.

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Maokong, Taiwan

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This notable spot is perhaps the best spot in Taipei to appreciate some tea. The incredible view merits the outing alone, however, it is maybe the gondola ride from the zoo to Maokong which has made it perhaps the most famous days excursions to make during a stay in Taipei.

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