10 Free Things to Do in Taipei, Taiwan’s Bustling Metropolis

Taiwan is visa-free for Filipinos until 2020!

The Dalongong Bao’an Temple in Taipei is included in the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for cultural heritage conservation. This temple is dedicated to Taoist saint Baosheng Dadi and is now well-known for the Baosheng Cultural Festival which encourages participants to perform cultural activities. Across the street from Dalong Bao’an Temple is the Confucius Temple dedicated to the influential Chinese philosopher, Confucius, which you can also visit for free.

The Mengjia Longshan Temple is another must-visit when you’re in Taiwan. It is one of the largest and oldest temples in Taiwan dating back to 1738 when it was made as a gathering place for Chinese settlers. Since then, the temple has survived wars and natural disasters, undergone renovation and became a famous tourist site.

READ MORE: 5 Rainbow-Themed Destinations Around the World

Enjoy Taiwan’s night markets

Via Agoda

Shilin Night Market