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List of tourist attractions in Taiwan

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List of tourist attractions in Taiwan

Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Center, Kaohsiung

Popular tourist attractions in Taiwan include the following:

Attractions

Historical buildings

Memorials

Skyscrapers

Public places, squares and art centers

Lighthouses

Temples and pagodas

Churches

Mosques

Museums

Tourist towns

Night markets

Streets

Natural scenery and forest

Lakes and reservoirs

Mountains and cliffs

National parks

City parks and gardens

Rivers

Waterfalls

Beaches

Harbors, wharf and piers

Hot and cold springs

Islands

Leisure resorts

Cultural centers

Theme parks

Zoos

Shopping districts

Shopping centers

Educational centers

Libraries

Halls and theaters

Stadiums

Transportations

Attractions by region

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.themeparks.net.tw/eng/index.asp
  2. ^ http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2014/01/01/2003580269

External links

  • Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Republic of China
  • Travel Section, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Sydney
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