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Taipei 101 Facts and Entrance Fees



Some say you have not reached to Taiwan if you have not visited the Taipei 101. A lot of OFW are going there just to take photos. But have you ever wonder why Taipei 101 is famous?

Did you know that Taipei 101 was formerly known as Taipei World Financial Center? And located in Xinyi, District, Taipei, Taiwan. It was recognized as the tallest building in the world from 2004 until the completion of Burj Khalifa in Dubai way back 2010.

Taipei 101 was also awarded the highest award according to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system and became the tallest and largest green building in the world.

Taipei 101 also held a record from 2004 until 2016 as the fastest elevator in the world, traveling at 60.6 km/h and transporting passengers from the 5th to 89th floor in 37 seconds. In 2016 the title for the fastest elevator was given to the Shanghai Tower in Shanghai, China.

How will I go up to the 89th floor?
You may proceed to 5th floor and purchase a ticket

Adult NT$ 600

Priority pass NT$ 1200

Group Ticket Minimum of 20 persons NT$540

Discounted tickets for Students and Children below 115cm  is NT$ 540

Free Admission for 115 cm and below

For online booking please visit https://www.passngo.com.tw/Order.101
For group booking please visit https://www.taipei-101.com.tw/en/observatory-ticket.aspx

What to expect at Taipei Observatory?
In 89th floor Indoor Observatory at 382 meters above the ground, the Floor will offer to visitors with a commanding view of the city and Taipei Basin in all directions. The world’s largest damper, weighing 660 metric tons, is also exhibited at this level. The Observatory is equipped with high-power binoculars, drinks bar, image services & souvenir shops.

In 91st-floor Outdoor Observatory
This observatory is only open on certain occasions and weather permitting. The Outdoor Observatory, accessible from the 89th Floor through a flight of stairs, offers a totally different viewing experience.





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