- Family Activities 101 Highlights Themed Shopping Areas
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No.7, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd, Xinyi Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Services & Facilities
- Accessibility for the Disabled
- Venue rental
- Lost and found
- Broadcast Service
- Nursery service
R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Taipei 101/World Trade Center
amazing buildingTaipei 101 is an amazing building. With 509 m, it was the tallest building of the world for several years until 2010. The mall on the first 5 floors is worth checking out as well... for those visiting with children, going up to the 101 Observatory is (almost) a must.....
101 ObservatoryWe took the kids and they loved waking through the Malls and seeing the structures. Once we go the tickets the line was Long and hard with kids. Was it worth the wait in line? Although the 360 views were great probably not. The outside observatory a few levels higher is a small section only and barriers impede photos
Good ViewWhen I visited 101, it was raining. Due to that, the view is not clear up there and quite foggy. As such the deck view is not open. Hence please arrange when weather is clear, more worth the money. Long Q for the lifts, please be aware that certain country people love to cut your q. So please aware when q-ing.
Beautiful views, amazing building, long lines....Bought a discounted ticket on klook.com (i recommend this as you save 20%) and then waited about 30 min to get in and 20 minutes to get out (only one elevator was working). Definitely something to try once, but prob not again as it's not worth dealing with all the tourists. The building itself is amazing and a great work of art, but there are so many people and the wait is long. Tickets are $20 at the desk but you can get them cheaper if you buy early
Spectacular at nightI went around 5pm when all the tour groups had left and it was before the evening crowd got there. Unfortunately the weather is not always clear to get good views and photos during the day, so I opted for an evening visit. The indoor observatory is on the 89th floor which is reached in 37 seconds from the ticket office on 5th floor. It provides a 360 degree view of Taipei and was once the tallest building in the world. There is a wealth of information about the construction of the building and the statistics of height etc. By climbing two flights of stairs you can access the outdoor observatory on the 91st floor. There are well designed safety barriers. Then go down to the 88th floor to see the huge wind damper that is the key feature that keeps the building secure and safe. It is like a golden ball with a diameter of 5.5 meters and weighs 660 metric tons and is displayed so you can take photos. Many international companies have their offices in Taipei 101 because of the prestigious address. There is a shopping mall on the lower floors, but I did not visit them.
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