You can find on this page the Taipei streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Taipei roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Taipei in Taiwan.
The Taipei streets map shows all street network and main roads of Taipei. This streets map of Taipei will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Taipei in Taiwan. The Taipei streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Out of 632 street names, only the following need tone marks on at least one of the similar-sounding names to avoid having different roads appear to have the same names as you can see in Taipei streets map: Jinghua St. (Jǐnghuá and Jǐnghuà)Tong'an St. (Tóng'ān and Tōng'ān)Wanqing St (Wànqìng and Wànqīng)Wuchang St. (Wǔcháng and Wǔchāng)Xiangyang Rd (Xiàngyáng and Xiāngyáng). Dihua Street is the most popular grocery market for shopping Chinese New Year goods. It is located in Datong District of Taipei City, Taiwan, with a total length of 800 meters. On ordinary days, Dihua is a relatively quiet street. However, the street will be lively and crowded few weeks before Chinese Lunar New Year.
Jiguang Street is one of the oldest shopping streets in Taichung as its shown in Taipei streets map. During the early 70s and 80s, this street was the busiest and booming commercial district in the area. Decades later due to the business hub shift to other place. Jiguang Street remains as one of the tradition old streets in Taichung. However Taichung City Hall has frequently held many events on this street in recent years, so it becomes a popular tourist shopping street again. Kaohsiung Sanfong Jhong Street or Sanfong Central Street is located in Sanmin District near the Sanfong Temple, which the Sanfong Street got its name from. Sanfong Jong Street is about 400 meters long with more than 100 shops. It has been century old since Qing Dynasty, and it used to be a main street imported exotic foreign goods. Now it is still a largest groceries wholesale market in Kaohsiung.
Tainan Xinhua Old Street as its mentioned in Taipei streets map is an important business hub during the 1920s due to the wholesale fruit. Xinhua Old Street is located in Xinhua District on Zhongzheng Road near the intersection of Zhongshan Road. In 1921s, a wealthy man Mr. Lin who owns the clothing business began the construction on the west side of the Zhongzheng Road. East side of the street began its construction later on, so the locals distinguish between the west and east side of the street by its completion period. Yanping Street is the oldest among the old streets in Tainan. It is also known as Anping Old Street or Taiwan 1st Street as it is the first established merchant street in the area. This street has little shops and food stalls that cover a full range of souvenirs and handmade products of different prices. The roads of Anping Old Street are rather narrow and winding, visitors may either walk or ride a bike to explore the every little stories of each old building.
The Taipei roads map shows all road network and highways of Taipei. This roads map of Taipei will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Taipei in Taiwan. The Taipei roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The city is characterized by straight roads and public buildings of grand Western architectural styles. The city is built on a square grid configuration, however these blocks are huge by international standards (500 m (1,640.42 ft) sides as you can see in Taipei roads map). However there is little uniformed planning within these blocks; therefore lanes (perpendicular to streets) and alleys (parallel with street, or conceptually, perpendicular to the lane) spill out from the main throughways. These minor roads are not always perpendicular and sometimes cut through the block diagonally.
Xinsheng South Road is known as the "Road to Heaven" due to its high concentration of temples, shrines, churches, and mosques as its shown in Taipei roads map. Most (but not all) road signs and street signs have both English and Chinese. However, English spellings of towns, streets and even cities are amusingly inconsistent from place to place.(Hsinchu and Shinju, Taitung and Taidong, Zhongshan Road and Chung Shan Road…the list is endless). Road conditions are generally good, but motorists driving in the mountains should be mindful of the fact that Taiwan mountain roads are especially vulnerable to damage from typhoons and earthquakes, and are thus regularly under repair.
Getting around Taipei is extremely simple. The roads and public transport networks are universally efficient and simple to understand and there is a range of trustworthy options available to get you to every corner of the city (see Taipei roads map). It is important to note that all vehicles drive on the right-hand side of the road in Taiwan and that, in the event of an accident, you should not move your vehicle at all, even if you are obstructing a major junction. Call the rental centre and they will give you instructions for the next steps.