Ximen Basic Mandarin-Learning Course (3 Hours)
Traditions and Folk Customs
The "Harajuku" of Taipei, this pedestrian shopping haven is one of the city's cultural centers, hosting a massive variety of fashion clothing shops, eclectic restaurants, clubs, and bars.
Located just west of Taipei Main Station in the historic Wanhua District, Ximending was founded during the Japanese colonization era as a recreation district, and today has grown into a cultural icon with inspiration drawn from its Japanese roots.
One of the most popular destinations for tourists, the Ximending Pedestrian Area is the center of the district, and accessible from Exit 6 of Ximen Station. The area is very popular with tourists and Taipei youth, and, along with shopping and restaurants, also hosts street performances and exhibitions.
Having an enjoyable experience with several different types of Taiwanese foods.
Explore Tamsui old street with a friendly guide and discover where the local foodies eat
Learn about the foundation of Mandarin, then have the chance to practice with locals.
Group: 1-6 People
From 9 am to 9 pm, available every day!
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
The Red House
Heritage and Culture Education Center of Taipei City
Fun Town Club
Huaxi Street Night Market