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Entry Fee : Adult - TWD 500,
Child - TWD 450

Timings : 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM,
Last ticket sale 9:15 PM

Taipei 101, Taipei Overview

Taipei 101 is a symbolic piece of architecture. It was the tallest building in the world when it was opened back in 2004 and is a major attraction in the city today.

The building, at a staggering height of 509 metres, today is the world's 8th tallest structure. It was a symbol of the rapid rise of South Asia in 2004 and remains the largest and the tallest 'green building' in the world. The name comes from the fact that it has a 101 floors. The skyscraper becomes a breathtaking sight on New Year's Eve, with spectacular fireworks shows right off the top of it. The building is a major attraction mainly because of it's observation deck and shopping mall. The indoor observation deck lies at a height of 383 metres and the outdoor observation, a few floors above it, at a height of almost 392 metres, making it the highest such platform in Taiwan. The shopping mall in the first few floors of the building has loads of up-market brands and other supermarkets. Not just that, the building also displays many pieces of art throughout, from paintings to exhibits. The indoor observatory actually hosts quite a few exhibitions and also has a small cafe area and gift shop.

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