You can find on this page the Taipei tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Taipei tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Taipei in Taiwan.
Taipei 101 and night markets are tourist attractions that come to mind when you mention Taiwan capital city. But there is so much more to this vibrant city than the former tallest building in the world (see Taipei tourist map).

Taipei tourist map

Map of Taipei points of interest

The Taipei sightseeing map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Taipei. This tourist attractions map of Taipei will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Taipei in Taiwan. The Taipei tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Services, including those related to commerce, transportation, and banking, have become increasingly important. Tourism is a small but significant component of the local economy with international visitors totaling almost 3 million in 2008. Taipei has many top tourist attractions and contributes a significant amount to the US$6.8 billion tourism industry in Taiwan as its mentioned in Taipei tourist map. National brands such as ASUS, Chunghwa Telecom, Mandarin Airlines, Tatung, and Uni Air, D-Link are headquartered in Taipei City.

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A record high of 11.84 million individuals visited Taiwan in 2019, representing 7 percent growth compared to the 11.07 million seen the previous year as its shown in Taipei tourist map. Chinese accounted for the lion share of the total arrivals at 2.71 million, edging up 0.5 percent since 2018. Among the 9.14 million non-Chinese visitors, arrivals from Japan and South Korea increased by 10 percent and 20 percent, respectively, while visitors from New Southbound Policy countries were up 6 percent, according to statistics released by the Tourism Bureau. Tourist numbers from China to Taiwan have never quite recovered to the highs of the pre-2016 years, when a government that espoused closer ties to Beijing was in power in Taipei.

The statistic shows Taiwan revenue from international tourism from 2010 to 20189. In 2019, approximately 14.37 billion U.S. dollars were generated from international tourism in Taiwan, around 0.67 billion U.S. dollars more than the previous year. According to the report, the number of visitors in Taipei broke 9 million for the first time in 2015, the highest in 7 years, and a 5% growth from last year. Global rankings has reached #14. Moreover, CNN reported that the number of visitors in Taipei has been seeing positive growth for the past 5 years. The latest survey showed Taipei surpassing #15 Seoul (8.82 million) and #17 Tokyo (8.45 million) as its illustrated in Taipei tourist map. Taking a closer look at Taipei performance in the past five years (Diagram 2), the city came in 21st in 2011 with a total of 5.25 million visitors.

Taipei attractions map

Map of Taipei tourist places

The Taipei attractions map shows the main monuments, museums and parks of Taipei. This tourist places map of Taipei will allow you to easily plan your visits of tourist attractions of Taipei in Taiwan. The Taipei attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall as you can see in Taipei attractions map is a famous monument, landmark and tourist attractions that was erected in memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. The structure stands at the east end of Memorial Hall Square, site of the National Concert Hall and National Theater and their adjacent parks as well as the memorial. The landmarks of Liberty Square stand within sight of Taiwan Presidential Building in Taipei Zhongzheng District. The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is a memorial to one of the most recognizable founding fathers of the Republic of China, Sun Yat-sen, and was completed on May 16, 1972. From the opening of the hall, majority of the exhibits displayed were revolutionary events of the national founding fathers at the end of the Qing Dynasty.

The National Palace Museum is an art gallery and museum built around a permanent collection centered on ancient Chinese artifacts. It should not be confused with the Palace Museum in Beijing (which it is named after); both institutions trace their origins to the same institution. The newly developed Xinyi District as its shown in Taipei attractions map is popular with tourists and locals alike for its many entertainment and shopping venues, as well as being the home of Taipei 101, a prime tourist attraction famous for being one of the world tallest buildings. Malls in the area include the sprawling Shin Kong Mitsukoshi complex, Taipei 101 mall, Eslite Bookstore flagship store (which includes a boutique mall), The Living Mall, ATT shopping mall, and the Vieshow Cinemas (formerly known as Warner Village).

Taipei 101 is a 101-floor landmark skyscraper as its mentioned in Taipei attractions map that claimed the title of world tallest building when it opened in 2004. Taipei 101 is now the world second tallest building. Designed by C.Y. Lee & Partners and constructed by KTRT Joint Venture and measuring 449 m (1,473 ft) from ground to roof, Taipei 101 lost the title of the tallest completed skyscraper in the world on January 4 2010. The thriving shopping area around Taipei Main Station includes the Taipei Underground Market and the original Shin Kong Mitsukoshi department store at Shin Kong Life Tower. Other popular shopping destinations include the Zhongshan Metro Mall, Dihua Street, the Guang Hua Digital Plaza, and the Core Pacific City. Taipei is rich in beautiful, ornate temples housing Buddhist, Taoist, and Chinese folk religion deities. The Longshan Temple, built in 1738 and located in the Wanhua District, demonstrates an example of architecture with southern Chinese influences commonly seen on older buildings in Taiwan.

Taipei zoo map

Map of Taipei zoo park

The Taipei zoo map shows recommended tours of the Taipei Zoological Park. This zoo map of Taipei will allow you to easily find out where each animal is and where to picnic in the Zoological Park of Taipei in Taiwan. The Taipei zoo map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Taipei Zoo (Chinese: 臺北市 立 動物園), sometimes referred to as the "Muzha Zoo" (木柵 動物園), is a public institution affiliated to Taipei City in Taiwan as you can see in Taipei zoo map. It is the most famous and a leading zoological garden in Taiwan in terms of the efforts on recreation, conservation , research and education, it is also the present largest zoo in Asia. Taipei zoo was founded in 1914 , when Taiwan was under Japanese sovereignty , in Yuanshan on the northern suburb of Taipei City. It was originally a private zoological garden owned by a Japanese citizen, Mr Oe. The Japanese government in Taiwan bought the property the following year and opened it as a public park. After World War II , the Republic of Chinacame to Taiwan and the ownership of the park was passed to the Taipei city government of ROC.

Due to a need for expansion and for better raising conditions for the animals, the zoo was moved to its current site in Muzha on the southeastern suburb of Taipei City in 1986. It is, therefore, sometimes referred to as the "Muzha Zoo" (木柵 動物園) because of its location and to be distinguished from the former "Yuan-shan Zoo". The current site encloses 165 hectares, including 90 hectares open to the public as its shown in Taipei zoo map. The Taipei Zoo displays animals from Taiwan , Australia , Africa , the Asian tropical rainforest , the desert , and the temperate zones . The zoo displays aussi icts in domestic animals Children Zoo, as well as over 12,000 birds of over 130 species in year aviary. Other exhibitions in the zoo include an Insectarium, amphibian and reptile house, penguin habitat, koala habitat, nocturnal animals display, and a panda exhibition.

In 2008, the zoo received two pandas from the People Republic of China (PRC), named Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan (meaning "reunion"), as a gesture of unity as its mentioned in Taipei zoo map. The gift of the endangered pandas had been rejected by President Chen Shui-bian in 2005 as a violation of international law, but the incumbent President Ma Ying-jeou , of the Kuomintang , had forged stronger economic and diplomatic relations with the PRC under his presidency , and was willing to accept them. The offering of pandas as a gift from the PRC is often known as " panda diplomacy", and the zoo expected to draw around 30,000 visitors a day as a result of their arrival. The move was criticized by supporters of Taiwan independence and the opposition Democratic Progressive Party , who said that" Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan means a union, which perfectly matches Beijing goal of bringing Taiwan into its fold."