25 Jan 13

Taipei – Monuments & Taipei 101

Just some pictures for this post. Pictures of mammoth monuments. Let’s start with these – One’s the National Concert Hall and the other is the National Theatre, I forgot which is which because they look identical.

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Below is the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. It’s in the same compound as the monuments above.

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On a different day, we popped by the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall. There’s two of him.

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After witnessing the change of military guards (quite lucky huh!), we walked towards Taipei 101.

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I did go up to the Observatory Deck which is at the 89th floor. I wouldn’t urge anyone to, if you’re considering. It’s prettier looking up at it than looking down from up there.

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3 Responses to “Taipei – Monuments & Taipei 101”

  1. paula says:

    Lovely pictures, I’m enjoying your Taipei guide immensely! :D

    (One might believe that the sights from a 89th floor would be breathtaking… )

  2. Chanel Jibal says:

    Living in Washington DC where it is full of monuments from American history… it’s lovely to see what other countries streamline as history into monuments :) really enjoyed his post.

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