We are located
in the Centre of Taipei City. The nearest MRT station -
Houshanpi station - can be reached in only 2 minutes by
walking. Please find more area information below:
Convenience stores (open 24 hours)
Rao He night market
Wufenpu Garment Wholesale Area
Sung San Train Station
Hsin Yi Shopping area (with movie theatre, department
stores, shopping malls, nightlife entertainment &
Taipei City Hall
Nangang Sports Centre
TWTC (Taiwan World Trade Centre)
TICC (Taipei International Convention Centre)
Songshan Station is a Taiwan Railway Administration
station in Songshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. The
station will also be the terminal station on the
Songshan Line of the Taipei MRT system when that
line is completed (scheduled for December 2013).
Underground station and railway have been switched
to underground since September 21, 2008
Raohe Street Night Market is the very first tourist
night market for tourism in Taipei City, and is well
planned and organized. All stalls and store are put
together on two sides of a 600-meter street, and
strolling down the street is relaxing and pleasant.
A full round-trip street strolling with a gourmet
meal here takes only about 1 hour.
In addition to plentiful gourmet foods, shops of all
kinds also gather here, including fashion boutiques,
men’s boutiques, toy shops, and various household
supply stores. Prices are very low. Ethnic style
ornaments, textiles, and gems are also sold at quite
a few stalls. If you buyers for ethnic style
dresses, jades, and arts crafts, you may find your
favorite items here at the lowest price.
The167-meter long Rainbow Bridge lies across the
Keelung River, connecting Xinming Road in the Neihu
District and Raohe Street in the Songshan District.
Suspended at the center by four steel cables, the
uniquely S-shaped, red-painted bridge has an arch
structure reinforced with steel ribs, complete with
wooden railings. Generously paved with pink and pale
blue tiles, the bridge is a modern landmark and also
a public facility that can only be accessed by foot
and by bicycle. People are often seen strolling on
the bridge, which is a shortcut between Neihu and
the Raohe Night Market and Songshan Railway Station,
drastically saving travel time for those living in
the Songshan and Neihu Districts. The Rainbow Bridge
attracts many amateur photographers at night, when
its illumination adds much to the beauty of the
city’s nightscape. Meanwhile, the Blue Highway’s
terminal wharf established here also helps to draw
crowds to the bridge, making it an emerging, popular
tourist destination for those visiting Taipei.
Garment Wholesale Area
Wufenpu is Taipei's largest wholesale market for
clothes. This is the place where street vendors come
to purchase goods for reselling. Low prices also
attract many young customers.
Located by Songshan Station, the Wufenpu Garment
Wholesale Area is Taipei's biggest wholesale
clothing market. Over a hundred clothing stores are
packed into this area selling the latest fashions at
very reasonable prices. If you're ready for a change
from the malls, Wufenpu is a great place to hunt for
that perfect addition to your wardrobe.
》 Taipei 101 Mall
Taipei 101 Mall has gathered together the finest in
fashion and refined dining from around the world.
Out customers’ wishes are thoughtfully catered to in
a world-class space that brings together sensory
delights, a wonderful atmosphere...
Entrance After buying tickets, visitors may watch
the multimedia show or visit the souvenir Shop
before riding the elevators.TAIPEI 101 Observatory’s
elevators are Guinness Record-breaking high-speed
pressurized elevators in 2004, with a speed of 1010
meters per minute.
store of Eslite Bookstore
The bookstore’s spatially distinctive sections are
dedicated to children’s, Japanese, and various other
book categories, with a great array of events such
as cooking lessons available on the third floor.
Steeped in arts and culture, this bookstore/mall
offers designer goods and trendy cuisines.
Located at the base of Bailushan, Dahu Park is best
known for its large scenic lake. The 13-hectare lake
is crossed by the Jindai Bridge. There is also a
picturesque lake pavilion, which like the bridge, is
built in a traditional Chinese style.
The park is also a popular spot for weekend fishing,
picnics, and strolls in the scenic setting. Walking
along the lake, one can enjoy the rippling light on
the lakes and the flight of the egrets. Apart from
the greenery and trails, there is a heated swimming
pool, steam room, sauna, water slide, and other
recreational facilities to enjoy.
store of Eslite Bookstore
The TWTC was started in January, 1986 by Taiwan's
foremost trade promotion organization, the Taiwan
External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), to
provide a single, modern venue that would combine
exhibition space, conference facilities, offices,
and hotel accommodation for international business.
TWTC combines every possible service that brings
together a vast consulting service on trade-related
issues, trading partners, suppliers, and markets.
This four-in-one complex is designed to accommodate
the needs of the international business community,
which is why there is not just one, but four
structures at the TWTC. The Exhibition Hall, Int'l
Convention Center, Int'l Trade Building and Grand
Hyatt all comprise one integrated business complex.
The TWTC stands at the forefront of world trade
while serving as a model for global trade centers.
Uni-President Taipei is conveniently located in the
golden triangle of the deluxe Xinyi business
district. The Taipei City Hall Bus Station, located
at the intersection of Zhongxiao East Road and
Jilong Road, is the service nexus of the Taipei
Metro (the renowned Taipei Rapid Transit Systems),
long-distance and commuters bus services and many
internationally celebrated luxury resorts. Housing
nine stories in total - from Basement 2 all the way
to the 7th floor - the shopping center is
approximately 1,230 square feet in size. The
shopping plaza on Basement 2 is connected to the
Taipei City Hall metro station.The first floor
adjoins the bus services terminal. From the 8th
floor all the way to the 31st floor is W Hotel, a
global luxury hotel chain.
The four branches of XINYI PLACE (Shin Kong
Mitsukoshi Department Stores), each luring a
specific customer base, are located between Songzhi
and Songren Roads and connected by a skywalk to
neighboring malls (including TWTC) in a cityscape
that punctuates the latest fashion, particularly
when neon-lit in the night.