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Two Weeks in Taipei

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I'll be headed to Taipei at the end of April to early May, on the invitation of a Taiwanese friend. I'm looking for some advice or suggestions on what to do while there, since my host won't be available every day. I'll be hitting all the usual tourist spots like the night markets, the National Palace Museum, Taipei 101, etc., but I'd like to see what quirky or off the beaten path destinations travellers here have to offer. I've talked to my friend about this, but he has little to say on the subject.

I'll likely also be making a day trip to Jiufen.

Additional note: I can't speak mandarin, although I can understand some of it, and can read some Chinese. I'm not entirely certain how troublesome it would be to get around on my own with a mix of English and Cantonese.

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