Friday 3 February 2012

Travel Taiwan ~ Taipei City (part 2)

On day 3, we started off early to the National Palace Museum. Sorry, I don’t have any pictures of the museum as photography wasn’t allowed.. The museum houses the worlds largest collection of priceless Chinese art treasures, one which spans China’s nearly 5000 year history… from brassware, to porcelain to precious and semi precious stones and a lot more!! 

From the National Palace Museum we went to the Martyr’s Square, just in time for ‘changing of the gaurds’. I believe this place houses the graves of some of their freedom fighters and martyrs. The place is stunning, and the guard changing was surely worth watching..

Onwards to the Grand Hotel. It is believed that this hotel is situated on a hill in Taipei, is constructed under every single direction of Feng Shui and has the most amount of positive energy. It was truly buzzing and definitely worth a visit. The view from here, of the Taipei 101 are breathtaking.. 

More on Taipei 101 in my next post... *smiles*


  1. Views are awesome n architecture is wonderfull :) loved watching the picture I am sure u had a blast visit to this lovely city

  2. They look awesome



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