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Taipei 101 Observatory Admission Ticket

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Taipei City
Starting from
₱ 1,033.09
₱ 991.76
Inclusive of taxes
Available Today
Opening Hours : 09:00-22:00
Good for : Fun-Loving Families
Visitor Reviews

The 101 is the best. Very beautiful country. I hope I can back to 101. I love Taipei 101! So.... guys u must go!

Lim S. W.

Good experience when visit 101 tower. Due to I have booking the admission ticket through Traveloka. I’ve got special access to redeem the voucher

Gita W.

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Know Before You Go
  • Soar up to the 89th floor with the world fastest elevator at Taipei 101 Observatory
  • Take in the amazing 360-degree views of Taipei and enjoy the view even more with high-power binoculars equipped at the observatory
  • Visit the beverage bar, souvenir shops, and the world’s highest mailbox

Located in the bustling Xinyi District, Taipei 101 is a must-see for tourists. Overlooking Taipei City from the Observatory on the 89th floor has become an exciting experience not to be missed when visiting the city.

After buying tickets, visitors may watch the multimedia show or visit the souvenir shop before riding the super-fast elevators upward. The Observatory’s elevators are Guinness Record-breaking high-speed pressurized elevators, with a speed of 1,010 metres per minute. Each of the two elevators takes only 37 seconds to reach the 89th floor from the fifth-floor entrance.

After arriving at the Observatory on the 89th floor, you will enjoy the best view in the city. On sunny days, you will be able to see the buildings in the city become cute little blocks surrounded by green hills and gasp in amazement at this beautiful and charming city.

In addition to the high-speed pressurized elevators, the building also features a 5.5 metre-diameter damper weighing 660 metric tons, the world’s largest wind damper. It is also the only wind damper opens to the public. It consists of 41 layers of 12.5 centimetre-thick large steel panels welded together. The damper is hung from the 92nd floor to 87th floor, and it is an important piece of Taipei 101’s disaster and wind damage prevention structure. Tourists are actually able to see this spectacular damper when visiting Taipei 101.

The Observatory is also equipped with facilities including high-power binoculars, a beverage bar, photography services and souvenir shops, and the world’s highest mailbox. Taipei 101 hopes these thoughtful designs will bring an unforgettable experience to all visitors.

Price Includes

  • Admission fee

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses
  • Transfer services

Attention:

Please be advised that on December 14, 2018, Taipei 101 observatory will be closed to the public due to a private event.

Notes for Taipei 101 Observatory:

Open Hours: 09:00-22:00 Daily (Last admission is at 21:15)
Adjustments to opening hours may be provided for extended holidays. Please refer to public announcements and notices for details.
Smoking, chewing gum and betel nuts are not allowed on the premises
Taipei101 reserves the right to deny admission to those who are inappropriately attired. No slippers are allowed.
When crowded, please proceed in an orderly manner as directed, and pay attention to your personal safety and belongings.
Please do not bring outside food, pets, restricted substances, illegal items, or hazardous items into the venue.
Fines will be imposed for any damage to equipment and facilities.
Please cooperate with the safety inspections of personal belongings.
Please follow regulations and the guidance of our service personnel.
Please do not bring large video-recording equipment into the venue without a permit issued by the venue.
No admission ticket is required for children below 115cm.

Limitations for the National Palace Museum:

This product is valid for visiting NPM Main Building, NPM Southern Branch and Zhishan Garden. For visiting Zhishan Garden, please present the QR CODE upon entry. For visiting NPM Southern Branch, please present the QR Code in the ticket counter of Southern Branch to exchange the admission for entry. The validated period of the combined tickets is 90 days from the date that the first time the ticket has been used.
Free admission for visitors below 18 years old.

National Palace Museum Operating hours:

Exhibition (Main Building) (Daily): 08:30 to 18:30 (Fridays and Saturdays: until 21:00)
Zhishan Garden (closed on Mondays): April to October: 08:30 to 18:30
Zhishan Garden (closed on Mondays): November to March: 08:30 to 17:30
National Palace Museum Southern Branch (closed on Mondays): 09:00 to 17:00

Chiang Kai-Shek Shilin Residence Operating hours:

Tuesday - Sunday, 09:30-12:00 (Last Entrance at 11:40); 13:30 - 17:00 (Last Entrance at 16:40)
Closed on Mondays, Chinese New Year (New Year’s Eve to the 4th day of Chinese New Year), Qingming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, regular maintenance time (two weeks every September) and under special conditions. Any adjustment will be announced on the official website, please visit the website before planning your visit.
Due to the capacity of the historic landmark, visitors will be divided into groups with time slots to enter when 100 visitors are inside.
Please visit the official website for visiting information and instructions. (https://www.culture.gov.taipei/frontsite/shilin/index.jsp)
Concession rate is available for student with International Student Identity Card. Please purchase the ticket on spot at Chiang Kai-Shek Shilin Residence.
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Transportation & Venue Info

Make your own way
• For Taipei 101 Observatory: (No.7, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City 110, Taiwan (R.O.C.))
• National Palace Museum: Make your own way either to NPM Main Building in Taipei (No.221, Sec. 2, Zhishan Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei City 11143), or NPM Southern Branch (612, Taiwan, Chiayi County, Taibao City, 故宮大道888號), whichever you want to visit first.
• For Chiang Kai-Shek Shilin Residence: (No.60, Fulin Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)).

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