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Taipei Travel Diary

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It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

The monument is surrounded by a beautiful park, stands at the east end of Memorial Hall Square. We passed by there and easily spotted the beautiful memorial hall right away.

The monument is surrounded by a beautiful park, stands at the east end of Memorial Hall Square. We passed by there and easily spotted the beautiful memorial hall right away.

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I really love visiting historical places- I’m always so amazed by how different each sites look and feel. I really do have an old soul inside me.

I really love visiting historical places- I’m always so amazed by how different each sites look and feel. I really do have an old soul inside me.

The view of the National Theatre from the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. There was an on going bazaar below but I didn’t get to go there anymore since my parents were already to tired to go down the stairs. Hahaha.

The view of the National Theatre from the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. There was an on going bazaar below but I didn’t get to go there anymore since my parents were already to tired to go down the stairs. Hahaha.

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On the 5th floor, you get to see his statue up close. You just can’t touch it because there are ropes around him to protect the statue.

On the 5th floor, you get to see his statue up close. You just can’t touch it because there are ropes around him to protect the statue.

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Meet my very stylish brother Vince who’s too busy to mind me haha. That’s the National Concert behind him. It’s right across The National Theatre.

Meet my very stylish brother Vince who’s too busy to mind me haha. That’s the National Concert behind him. It’s right across The National Theatre.

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I was so lucky to have seen the changing of the guards ceremony. It’s a slow-motion march of the guards from the first floor up to the top floor with very deliberate marching and movements. I found it really unique!

I was so lucky to have seen the changing of the guards ceremony. It’s a slow-motion march of the guards from the first floor up to the top floor with very deliberate marching and movements. I found it really unique!

So many people waiting for the guards to arrive!

So many people waiting for the guards to arrive!

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Say hello to Taipei 101! Every time I go to Taipei, I just have to visit this mall. Seriously, everything inside is amazing. It was ranked the world’s tallest building in 2004 until Burj Khalifa opened in Dubai in 2010. I personally love the architecture of this building- so chic!

Say hello to Taipei 101! Every time I go to Taipei, I just have to visit this mall. Seriously, everything inside is amazing. It was ranked the world’s tallest building in 2004 until Burj Khalifa opened in Dubai in 2010. I personally love the architecture of this building- so chic!

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Last stop: National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, which means Father of the Nation Memorial Hall. It’s also located inside the city and is a beautiful place to visit. I’ll make sure to visit more tourist attractions the next time I go to Taipei but for now, I hope you guys are happy with my Taipei travel diary. BMS.

Last stop: National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, which means Father of the Nation Memorial Hall. It’s also located inside the city and is a beautiful place to visit. I’ll make sure to visit more tourist attractions the next time I go to Taipei but for now, I hope you guys are happy with my Taipei travel diary. BMS.

It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

It was raining when we went to Taipei, so I could only do a small tour around the city. I was very lucky that it didn’t rain on our last day! Our first stop: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It’s a famous monument in Zhongzheng District (it’s just inside the city) and is a known to be a tourist attraction in memory of their former president, who is Chiang Kai-Shek himself.

    4 Comments

    1. Lourine

      Hindi papahuli ang Taipei sa mga temple. I wonder, does that kind of changing of guards ceremony happens everyday? Or on ordinary days, guards just come and go?

    2. Kaye Alid

      Yay! :) )) I thought you’re with ate kryz,Camille and ate pat? O.o WANNA GO THERE SOON! :) this is an interesting blog post :)


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