This was a cool place to go. It's not very expensive and the views are incredible. Go on a sunny day to get a more clearer view.
For $600NT, you can go to 101 observation deck. After queuing all the way through the long corridor, you can finally get the fastest elevator in the Guinness World Records and feel the speed up and down. Looking down Taipei from the top, you can most excitedly take a picture of the income of the oval giant eggs! ______ The coral in the exhibition hall is also beautiful.
Taipei 101 Building, designed according to the bamboo figure, reaches 89 floors in 30 seconds, and then goes up to the viewing platform. Standing on the viewing platform, Taipei has a panoramic view of the city. Because the floor is too high, looking down more often will be a cloud of fog, want to see clearly below can only wait for the fog to dissipate.
Take the high-speed elevator, it seems that it will reach the top in less than a minute. Ears buzz. There are a lot of tourists in the viewing platform. You can see the panorama of Taipei from all angles. Unfortunately, when I went, it just rained. It was a bit foggy. You can see the big eggs in Taipei.
Free, 16:30. In the fifth floor to buy ordinary tickets, 500 yuan a person, JCB bank card only has a discount. Line up for about twenty minutes. Down the elevator, you can choose to go directly to B1, but the queue time is a little longer. B1 through MRT and Dingtaifeng Food Plaza.
Taipei 101 is the second tallest building in the world, second only to the Hafari Tower in Dubai. Building 101 is a landmark building in Taipei, which integrates office building, viewing platform and shopping center. The 89th floor is the indoor view layer, and the 91st floor is the outdoor view platform. There are all-round excellent view views, photographic service of memorial certificate, voice guide counter, ice cream shop, souvenir shop and the world's tallest mailbox, which can send blessings to friends at home and abroad. There are ticket offices and entrances on the 91st floor on the south side (exit on the North side).
Taipei 101 viewing platform: 101 is a must-see scenic spot in Taipei. Once the third tallest building in the world, it has the fastest elevator in the Guinness World Records and the largest accessible Wind Damper in the world. Take the subway to get off at 101 and follow the road signs. On the first floor, there are shops selling specialty products. There are too many people and many tour groups. Team members take the elevator directly from the first floor to the 89th floor. Individual passengers need to go to the fifth floor before taking the elevator. Ticket sales and online booking ticket collection are on the fifth floor. The attitude of the place where tickets are collected is not good, which is the worst attitude of service in all scenic spots this time. There is also a discount for 101 tickets on high-speed rail. The elevator on the fifth floor needs to be queued. It is estimated that there are a lot of people in the rush hour, but there is a little less people in the evening. There is a place to take photos in the middle of the queue. The photos are taken on the 89th floor. The set of sunlight and night scenery totals 600 NT, or not. The elevator first arrives at the 89th floor, looking through the glass window, as well as souvenir shops. Postcards can be mailed, but it's not sure if they can be received back to the mainland. I haven't received them yet for a month. It's very difficult to meet the opening time on the 91st floor because it depends on the weather outdoors. You can only walk down the stairs to 88 floors. The stairs are a little steep and the elderly are a little laborious. 89 Downstairs is like a sandwich, you can look down at the big ball of the wind damper, and then down the stairs is 88 floors, you can see the big ball at close range. Catching up with the team will be super many, affecting the photography. After watching the ball, along the road is the Coral Hall, many counter sales of coral products. When you take the elevator back to the ground, you have to queue up. There are many people on the first floor, but few people on the fifth floor. You can go to the fifth floor first, and then change to another elevator to get down. Near 101 is Taipei's largest Shinkuang Sanyue, which can be accessed within 10 minutes on foot. It has four pavilions, all of which are very large. There are roads between them, so you can go shopping. Taiwanese tourists have stamps everywhere, even at every subway station. We must prepare a thick big copy. Individual stamps will be bigger than small ones.
Taipei 101 is a must-see place in Taipei. It has a beautiful night view. Taipei 101 can be said to be worth a sightseeing elevator, the sky ceiling, arrival at extreme speed, a step closer to the sky. Besides watching the night scenery, there are also many interesting souvenirs in 101. It's romantic to take girls.