I went at off peak season and hours so no wait. Nice leisurely break from tourist walking. Nice views of city.
please bring a jacket with you if you coming here. it is very windy here and you wouldn't like to catch a cold during your trip. Signage was kinda blur and i was just simply walking around and have a meal there.
Nice view and it's only take 40 mins from xiemen ding to there. but the ride is like at least 25 mins to arrive the top station. Tried the recommend Green Tea and staff of the cafe teach us the step of enjoy the tea. it's a super nice experience. but the price it's a bit higher than normal. food... More
It is easy to get to maokong gondola ride by the MRT. It only costs 50 TWA for one way, about $2 Canadian (oct 13). Go here when it is sunny so you can have a beautiful ride up in the gondola. If you are not afraid of height, ride the. Glass bottom car. Make sure you line up in... More
Nice scenery and cable ride but very long wait for the cable ride! The air is refreshing and feels like being on top of the world.
Visited on Sunday Oct 13th afternoon so we expected crowds but thankfully the queues moved fairly quickly. Visitors without a metro easycard had to queue twice, once for the tickets, then for the ride. With an easycard, just head straight for the gondola queue - either the regular car or the 'crystal' car with a glass base. The latter queue... More
Imagine drinking Taiwan Tea at the top of the mountain overseeing Tapei and Tapei 101 under cool breeze in the high altitude. Time it correctly and you can also view fireworks from Taipei City. After the tea, one can jump on buses with different bus routes to tour the whole mountain which contains many tourist attractions with local cultural flavours.... More
We were able to travel up through the cable cars but had to go down via bus since a thunderstorm was expected & service had to be stopped. The bus ride down was jampacked tight & due to the many road curves-a backbreaking experience
Loved the gondola ride. We were there during pretty windy, slightly rainy weather in early October. The ride was still smooth and enjoyable. Even on a dreary day, we could see plenty of the skyline so I can only imagine the beauty on a clear day. We rode straight to the top from the Taipei Zoo to get lunch at... More
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