20 Best Things to do in Taipei with Kids

20 Best Things to do in Taipei with Kids

July 6, 2024

Planning a family trip to Taipei? Make sure you check out our guide for the best things to do and places to go with kids!

Taipei, the bustling capital of Taiwan, offers countless attractions that are perfect for families.

Get ready for an adventure-packed journey filled with culture, history, and endless fun for your little ones.

From interactive museums and lively night markets to stunning natural landscapes and mouth-watering street food, Taipei offers a great blend of traditional charm and modern excitement.

We'll guide you through the best things to do in Taipei with kids, from hands-on experiences to outdoor adventures.

So read on, and prepare to embark on a journey that will make your stay in Taiwan as educational as it is exhilarating!

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Contents - Best things to do in Taipei with Kids

Taipei City

  1. Taipei 101
  2. Ride on the Maokong Gondola
  3. Taipei Zoo
  4. Night Markets
  5. Ximending
  6. Taipei Astronomical Museum
  7. Children's playground at Meilun Park
  8. Taipei Children's Amusement Park
  9. Ferris Wheel at Miramar Entertainment Park
  10. National Palace Museum
  11. Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

Shifen/Yehliu Geopark/Jiufen

  1. Shifen
  2. Yehliu Geopark
  3. Jiufen


  1. Zhang Mei Ama's Farm
  2. Lanyang Museum

Beitou Hot Springs

  1. Thermal Valley
  2. Beitou Hot Spring Museum
  3. Xiaoyoukeng in Yangminshan National Park
  4. Tamsui District

Taipei City

Taipei 101

Taipei 101 is one of the most iconic landmarks in Taiwan.

Once the tallest building in the world until 2010, it stands at a staggering 508 metres.

This architectural marvel is designed to resemble a gigantic bamboo stalk, a symbol of strength and elegance.

A high-speed elevator that is one of the fastest in the world, takes take you to the Taipei 101 Observatory at up to 60.6 kilometres per hour.

In just 37 seconds, you'll find yourself on the 89th floor of the Observatory where breathtaking 360-degree views of the vibrant city below await.

Feeling adventurous? Take a step out onto the Skyline 460 outdoor observatory on the 91st floor where you can feel the wind in your hair and take in even more stunning cityscape views from 460 metres above ground.

There's usually something interesting happening around the building, be it Christmas decorations, new year light ups, or art displays

Within Taipei 101, you'll also find a shopping mall along with many restaurants and cafes.

Renowned Xiao Long Bao restaurant Din Tai Fung has an outlet here which is very popular with both locals and tourists.

Though if we're being honest, the food here is no different from its other branches overseas.

So it's probably not worth the wait if you already have a Din Tai Fung in your own country.

Location: No. 7, Section 5, Xinyi Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110 (Map)

Get tickets: 

Taipei 101 Observatory

Taipei 101 Skyline 460 Observatory

Ride on the Maokong Gondola

The Maokong Gondola is the first gondola system in Taipei and has 4 stations, covering over 4.03 kilometres of the hills south of Taipei.

The cable car ride takes you from the bustling city to the tranquil tea-growing area of Maokong.

Operating from the Taipei Zoo Station. it's a convenient add-on to your visit to the zoo.

You'll be gliding above lush green tea plantations, spotting temples nestled in the hills, and soaking in panoramic views of Taipei, including views of Taipei 101.

Once you reach the top, there's plenty more to explore.

Maokong is famous for its tea plantations, and there are numerous teahouses where you can sample fresh brews and learn about the art of tea making.

If you're up for some physical activity, there are several hiking trails that lead to picturesque viewpoints.

For those seeking a bit of extra excitement, try the Crystal Cabins.

These gondolas have glass bottoms, giving you a bird's eye view of the landscape below.

Fares for the Crystal Cabins are the same as the regular cabin but you'll need to enter a separate queue to ride in one of these cabins.

The Crystal Cabins depart from the platform every 2-4 minutes so you can expect a longer wait of 30 minutes or more during busy periods.

Credit: Maokong Gondola

Operating hours: 

  • Weekdays: 9am-9pm
  • Weekends: 9am-10pm
  • The Maokong Gondola is closed on Mondays except for national holidays and the first Monday of every month

Tickets: Available at the stations or online

Get tickets to Maokong Gondola plus combo Taipei Zoo admission tickets on Klook

Taipei Zoo

For animal lovers, the Taipei Zoo is a must-do for families travelling to Taiwan.

It's not just one of the largest zoos in Asia, it's also a well-kept sanctuary that's home to a diverse range of animals from all corners of the globe.

As soon as you step into Taipei Zoo, you'll be struck by the sheer size of it. With 165 hectares to explore, it's a fantastic place for parents and kids to stretch their legs, breathe in some fresh air, enjoy the lush greenery, and learn about wildlife from around the globe.

From African elephants and gorillas to penguins and pandas, there's something to thrill every animal lover here.

One of the highlights has to be the Giant Panda House. The adorable panda residents Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan and their offspring Yuan Zai are a sight to behold, and guaranteed to bring a smile to your kids' faces.

Watching these gentle giants munching on bamboo is a heartwarming sight that both kids and adults will adore.

Despite its size, the zoo is easy to navigate, and there are plenty of amenities to ensure a comfortable visit. Stroller rentals are available for those with young children, and numerous food stalls dot the park, offering a range of options from traditional Taiwanese snacks to Western-style fast food.

Handy Tips: A fantastic way to get to Taipei Zoo is through the Maokong Gondola. As the zoo is built on a hill, alight at the Taipei Zoo South Station which brings you to an entrance at the top of the Zoo. You can then walk downhill towards the Zoo's main entrance.

Location: No. 30, Sec.2, Xinguang Rd., Wenshan Dist., Taipei City 116016 (Map)

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Night Markets

The vibrant and lively night markets are an experience that you cannot miss when travelling to Taiwan.

As the sun sets, the night markets come alive with a kaleidoscope of lights, sounds, and enticing aromas.

The star of the show? An incredible array of street food that is as varied as it is delectable!

The food stalls lining the streets are a culinary treasure trove. From sizzling dumplings and fried chicken, to succulent grilled sausages and the infamous stinky tofu (don't knock it till you've tried it!), there's a yummy delight waiting at every corner.

What's more, the food here is as affordable as it is delicious, making it perfect for families on a budget.

And let's not forget about the bubble tea which is practically a national treasure in Taiwan.

You'll find endless varieties of bubble tea shops here, each offering their unique spin on this beloved drink.

There's more to the night markets than just food.

Step into a world of fun and excitement with claw machines packed with everything from cute plushies to collectable anime figurines.

Your kiddos will be thrilled by the challenge, and the joy on their faces when they finally snag a prize is simply priceless.

Carnival games are another highlight of the night markets. From ring toss to balloon darts, these games offer a chance for some friendly family competition and the opportunity to bag some fun prizes.

Round off your night market adventure by capturing the moment in one of the many photobooths that are scattered around the markets.

With a range of funky props and cute backgrounds, these booths offer a unique way to remember your night market experience.

Shilin Night Market is the most well known night market and the first name that pops up on most people's recommendations of Taipei's night markets.

However, this also makes it the most crowded, which can be overwhelming for those with young kids.

Tonghua Night Market at Linjiang Street is a place we like to go to as it offers a less crowded and more relaxed and child-friendly experience.

It's easier to navigate with kids and gives you a more authentic feel of the local life.

Plus, the food offerings are just as diverse and delicious!

Our top picks for night markets: 

  • Tonghua Night Market (Map)
  • Shilin Night Market (Map)
  • Ximending Night Market (Map)
  • Raohe Street Night Market (Map)
  • Shida Night Market (Map)
  • Ningxia Night Market (Map)

Explore the trendy Ximending neighbourhood and shopping district

Often dubbed the Harajuku of Taipei, the vibrant pedestrian only Ximending shopping district is known for its trendy shops, street performances and delicious street food.

You'll love exploring the shops selling everything from trendy clothes and shoes to anime merchandise and unique souvenirs.

Street performances are a common sight at Ximending

And then there's the food!

From mouth-watering dumplings to bubble tea, every corner of Ximending offers a culinary adventure.

Mochi and red bean covered fresh strawberries are hard to resist!

Popular food spots here include Xin Fu Tang which in our opinion serves up some of the best bubble teas in town.

Their signature drink, the Brown Sugar Boba Milk, is a heavenly blend of fresh milk, brown sugar, and chewy tapioca pearls, topped off with a creamy mousse.

The kids were mesmerized watching the pearls being stir-fried in brown sugar right before their eyes - and the taste was an instant hit!

Xin Fu Tang

Another food stall you shouldn't miss is Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle.

This legendary street food stall serves up a comforting bowl of thick, chewy rice noodles in a flavourful broth, topped with pieces of pork intestines.

The best part is that you can customize the spice level and add vinegar or garlic to suit your preferences.

Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle

Both of these places are hugely popular so be prepared to see long queues.

But don't worry, the lines move quickly so don't let that intimidate you!

Taipei Astronomical Museum

The Taipei Astronomical Museum is where the mysteries of the universe come alive in a journey designed for curious minds of all ages.

Located in the Shilin District, this museum is full of interactive exhibits and engaging experiences that will ignite your child's passion for space exploration.

Kids will love the hands-on displays where they can touch, feel, and explore the wonders of the cosmos.

From touching meteorites that have travelled millions of miles to reach us, to peeking into telescopes that let them gaze at distant stars, the museum offers an immersive adventure that will leave your little ones wide-eyed.

One of the highlights is sure to be the Cosmic Adventure ride.

You and your kiddos get to hop aboard a spacecraft and zoom off into the unknown in a 10-minute adventure ride.

As you travel deeper into space, you'll get up close and personal with celestial bodies, marvel at the beauty of galaxies, dodge a few asteroids, and even come across a alien sighting!

The ride is not only thrilling, it's also a great way for your little astronauts to learn more about our universe in an immersive and fun way.

It's a ride that's as entertaining as it is enlightening!

Location: No. 363, Jihe Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111 (Map)

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Children's playground at Meilun Park

Situated next to the Taipei Astronomical Museum, the children's playground is an expansive playground designed with children's endless energy and curiosity in mind.

There are play features here for kids of all ages, from gentle slides and swings that provide fun without the fright, to taller slides and obstacles for the thrill seekers.

There are so many things to do here that your kids will be begging to stay longer!

Fortunately, the park is beautifully landscaped, providing a serene environment for parents to stretch your legs, soak up some sun, and enjoy a bit of peace amidst your hectic travel schedule.

There are also plenty of benches here where you can sit back, relax, and watch over your children.

With a cup of coffee in hand, it's the perfect way to recharge before continuing your adventures in Taipei.

Location: No. 16, Lane 152, Meilun St, Shilin District, Taipei City (Map)

Taipei Children's Amusement Park

Credit: Taipei Children's Amusement Park

The Taipei Children's Amusement Park boasts attractions and rides that cater to all ages and thrill levels.

Crowd favourites include the Magic Star Trek roller coaster, a thrilling ride full of twists and turns that will satisfy your little daredevils' appetite for adventure, and the Drop Tower which is modelled after a jungle treehouse and offers a heart-racing free-fall experience that is sure to give you a shot of adrenaline.

You won't be able to resist the charm of the classic Ferris Wheel with its unbeatable views of the Taipei basin, making it a hit with both kids and adults alike.

Location: No.55, Sec.5, Chengde Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei City 111063 (Map)

Get tickets including unlimited rides at 13 attractions

Ride the Ferris Wheel at Miramar Entertainment Park

Towering over the cityscape, the Miramar Ferris Wheel is an iconic park of Taipei's skyline.

Located on a rooftop of a bustling shopping complex, the Ferris Wheel stands at an impressive height of 70 metres and is the largest in Taipei.

Once you're up in the air, you'll be treated to 360-degree views of Taipei from an altitude of 95 metres.

On a clear day, you can see city landmarks, surrounding mountains, and even the Pacific Ocean in the distance.

Right next to the Ferris Wheel, there's a carousel and arcade for even more fun for the little ones.

Location: No.20, Jingye 3rd. Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.) (Map)

Get tickets to Miramar Ferris Wheel

National Palace Museum

The National Palace Museum is a treasure trove of stories, culture, and history, just waiting to be explored.

It's no surprise that it's often referred to as the "Louvre of Asia" due to its vast collection of nearly 700,000 pieces of ancient Chinese imperial artifacts and artworks.

Walking through the museum is essentially a journey through centuries of Chinese history.

Each artifact, from the intricate jade carvings to the ancient bronzes, tells a unique story.

The museum boasts one of the world's largest collections of Chinese art, making it a paradise for art lovers.

When you're done at the museum, take a stroll through the Zhishan Garden which is located within the museum grounds.

It's a great spot to unwind after a day of exploration.

Location: No. 221, Sec 2, Zhi Shan Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City (Map)

Get tickets to the National Palace Museum

Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

Located in the heart of the city, this iconic landmark is hard to miss.

You can't help but be awed by the scale and grandeur of the Memorial Hall,

The design is steeped in symbolism, representing both Chiang Kai Shek's life and the traditional Chinese philosophy. The 89 steps leading up to the hall symbolize Chiang's age at the time of his death.

Inside the hall, you'll find a huge bronze statue of Chiang Kai Shek, watched over by two stoic guards. Every hour, there's a changing of the guards ceremony, a spectacle that is worth catching.

The Memorial Hall also houses a museum, which offers a deep dive into Chiang's life and Taiwan's history. From personal artifacts to historical documents, the exhibits provide a comprehensive look at the man behind the memorial and the era he lived in.

Location: No.21, Zhongshan S.Rd., Zhongzheng Dist.,Taipei City 100012 (Map)


Day Trips from Taipei

Taipei is not just a city filled with skyscrapers and night markets.

It's also your gateway to some of the most stunning landscapes and cultural experiences this beautiful island has to offer.


But travelling with children comes with its own set of challenges.

That's where private tours and chartering a car come into play.

You get the comfort and convenience of a private vehicle, which means no more juggling strollers and backpacks on public transport!

Plus you get the freedom to plan your day according to your family's preferences.

Need to make a pit stop for a diaper change or snack break? No problem at all.


What's even better is having your very own tour guide who doubles up as a driver.

They know the lay of the land like the back of their hand, and they’ll whisk you away to the best spots.

Having a local show you around transforms your trip from "great" to "unforgettable’"!

Wondering where to book these tour options? One of our favourite platforms is Klook, a trusted platform offering a wide variety of options for booking your tour.

Whether you're looking to immerse yourself in the enchanting old streets of Jiufen, explore the geological wonders of Yehliu, or experience the thrill of releasing sky lanterns in Pingxi, Klook has got you covered.

Here are some of the tours that we've booked for day trips around Taipei: 


Shifen/Yehliu Geopark/Jiufen


Located 36km to the east of Taipei in the Pingxi District, Shifen is a charming little town brimming with rich traditions, scenic beauty and activities for the whole family.

At the heart of Shifen's allure is the magnificent Shifen Waterfall, often dubbed the "Niagara of Taiwan".

This 40-meter tall cascade is not only a sight to behold, but the journey to get there is equally captivating as you'll be strolling through lush serene landscapes.

There's a pedestrian path leading to the waterfall, making it an easy and safe trek for families.

As you approach the waterfall, you'll cross the Jingan Bridge which offers picturesque views of the surrounding landscape - ideal for those family photo ops!

Next, take a step back in time as you explore Shifen Old Street with its quaint shops selling local delicacies and handicrafts.

The star of the show here are the train tracks running right through the middle of the street.

Trains still pass through multiple times a day, and it's a thrill for both kids and adults alike to watch them chug by so close.

One of the most popular things to do in Shifen is to release sky lanterns.

In Shifen, it's customary to write your wishes on a lantern and release it into the sky.

You can choose different coloured lanterns, each symbolizing different blessings.

And as your lantern drifts into the twilight sky, carry your wishes with it, you'll find it's the perfect end to a perfect day in Shifen.


Yehliu Geopark

Located on the North coast of Taiwan, Yehliu Geopark is known for its stunning rock formations shaped by the forces of nature over thousands of years.

The park covers an area of approximately 1,700 metres and is home to various geological wonders that have captivated visitors from around the world.

One of the most famous rock formations in Yehliu Geopark is the Queen's Head, named for its resemblance to the profile of a queen wearing a regal headdress.

This natural sculpture has been shaped by wind and water erosion, creating a truly unique sight.

Aside from the Queen's Head, the geopark is dotted with an array of other fascinating rock formations, each with its own story to tell.

From the imposing Sea Candles to the intriguing Fairy Shoe and Elephant Rock, every corner of Yehliu Geopark is filled with geological wonders waiting to be explored and worthy of s snapshot.

The park is beautiful in all weather conditions, but there's a certain charm in the wintry rain and wind that struck a chord with us.

The park can get crowded, especially around the popular formations.

But don't let that damper your spirits!

The views are just phenomenal - the water looks beautiful, and the rocks are simply cool.

Get tickets to Yehliu Geopark


Nestled in the lush hills of Northern Taiwan, Jiufen is a picturesque town known for its narrow alleyways, views of the coastline, and rich history.

Once a prosperous gold mining town, Jiufen has transformed into a charming destination that retains its old-world charm while offering modern amenities for visitors.

One of the highlights of visiting Jiufen is wandering through its historic streets lined with traditional shops and tea houses.

As you stroll through the narrow alleyways, you'll be transported back in time to an era of bustling markets and lively cultural exchanges.

There will be lots of tempting street food here including meat ball soup, taro cakes, and peanut ice cream rolls, which are sure to be a hit with your kids.

Jiufen is also a hub of cultural activities, making it a perfect destination for families seeking immersive experiences.

You'll come across many interesting shops such as this one selling fortune cats

From traditional tea ceremonies to hands-on workshops where you can learn to make your own souvenirs, there's no shortage of ways to immerse yourselves in the local culture.

Your kids will love getting involved in these interactive experiences, and you'll all come away with a deeper appreciation for Taiwan's rich heritage.

One of the most breathtaking aspects of Jiufen is its panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and ocean.

Credit: Amei Tea House

Be sure to visit one of the many viewpoints, such as the iconic AMei Tea House, where you can sip tea while enjoying a stunning vista of the coastline below.

The Amei Tea House is also said to have inspired the bathhouse in the Studio Ghibli film "Spirited Away".


Zhang Mei Ama's Farm

Nestled in the heart of the lush Taiwanese countryside, Zhang Mei Ama's Farm is one of the most popular attractions in Yilan.

From the moment you arrive, you'll be greeted by the warm hospitality of the local farmers who maintain this charming place.

The stars of the show here are the adorable animals.

The farm is home to a variety of cute critters including alpacas, capybaras, baby kangaroos, rabbits, Patagonians, and Valois Blacknose - an incredibly fluffy breed of sheep that your kids (and let's admit it, you too) are going to fall in love with!

The chance to feed these friendly animals is sure to be a highlight of your visit.

Families can also roll up their sleeves and join in some vegetable harvesting (additional charges apply).

And what better way to celebrate your harvest than by cooking up a storm?

The farm offers cooking classes where you can learn how to whip up authentic Taiwanese dishes using the very ingredients you've picked.

Location: ​No. 161, Section 2, Xingjianxi 1st Road, Sanxing Township, Yilan County (Map)

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Lanyang Museum

Located in Yilan County, Lanyang Museum is known for its striking architecture that is inspired by the local landscape and traditional oceanic culture.

Once inside, you'll find yourself immersed in a world of discovery, with exhibits that showcase the region's natural beauty, indigenous culture, and historical significance.

Kids love this museum because it isn't just about looking at old stuff behind glass.

The museum offers a range of hands-on activities and exhibits designed specifically for children.

Kids can engage in activities like traditional handicraft workshops where they can learn about local crafts such as pottery and weaving.

There are also interactive displays that teach children about the natural environment of Yilan County, allowing them to learn while having fun.

One of the highlights is the Archaeological Kid's Land, where kids can go on an archaeological adventure to uncover the fascinating stories of the prehistoric people in Yilan.

They can even get hands-on to do some excavating at an "archaeological site" to uncover treasures hidden within!

The kids had the most fun here so this area is a must visit for families when you're at the museum.

Location: No. 750, Section 3, Qingyun Road, Toucheng Township, Yilan County 26144,Taiwan(R.O.C) (Map)

Beitou Hot Springs

Beitou District is located in the northernmost part of Taipei City, at the foot of a collective of mountains known as Yangmingshan, which provides a stunning backdrop to this scenic district.

Beitou is famous for its natural hot springs and the district has many hot spring resorts and public baths where visitors can soak in the rejuvenating waters while surrounded by the beauty of nature.

Thermal Valley

The Thermal Valley is one of Beitou's star attractions.

It's also known as "Hell Valley", but don't let the name scare you off; it's far from hellish!

The area around the lake is beautifully maintained, with wooden walkways and viewing platforms, making it safe and accessible for visitors of all ages.

The gem of the location is a lake that is so green and steamy it felt like we had stepped into a fantasy world.

The sight of the emerald-green sulphur lake amidst the rising mist truly is something to behold!

Beitou Hot Spring Museum

A short walk from the Thermal Valley is the Beitou Hot Spring Museum.

It's a historic building that once served as a public bathhouse during the Japanese colonial era.

Today, the museum showcases the history of Beitou's hot springs and its significance in Taiwanese culture.

Xiaoyoukeng in Yangminshan National Park

One of the most intriguing aspects of Xiaoyoukeng is its active volcano status.

This volcanic area offers a fascinating blend of natural beauty, geothermal wonders, and splendid views that will captivate both you and your little adventurers.

The first thing you'll notice when you arrive is the thick plumes of white steam billowing out from the ground, reminding you that you're in the heart of a volcanic landscape.

The area's unique geothermal features offer a rare opportunity to witness the Earth's forces in action, making it an educational and awe-inspiring experience for both kids and adults.

The steaming vents and bubbling hot springs are a constant reminder of the geothermal activity happening just beneath our feet.

Take a leisurely walk along the wooden boardwalks that wind through the area, allowing you to get up close to the steam vents.

Once you reach the viewing platform, you'll be treated to panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and Taipei City in the distance.

It's the perfect spot to capture some memorable family photos against the backdrop of this unique volcanic landscape.

If you're feeling adventurous, consider exploring the surrounding areas of Yangmingshan National Park, which is home to a variety of hiking trails, hot springs, and picnic spots.

There are various restaurants around the countryside where you can savour authentic local cuisine, often prepared using locally sourced ingredients

You can also indulge in a hearty meal at one of the park's restaurants, savouring delicious Taiwanese cuisine while taking in the beautiful scenery.

While Xiaoyoukeng is a fascinating destination, it's important to prioritize safety, especially when visiting with children.

Make sure to stay on designated trails and platforms, as the area can be unstable due to its volcanic activity.

Tamsui District

Tamsui also known as Danshui, is a beautiful seaside district situated on the Northern tip of Taiwan.

It's a place where history, culture, stunning waterfront views, and mouth-watering street food meet.

Start your exploration at the heart of Tamsui - the Tamsui Old Street.

This vibrant area is where you can browse through a variety of shops selling everything from handmade crafts to souvenirs and sample the local delicacies.

One of our favourites was the White Bittergourd juice mixed with a touch of honey. It's deliciously refreshing and a hit even with the little ones who are usually not fans of bittergourds!

The street is also filled with various carnival games that the kids will love trying their hand at.

Next, take a leisurely stroll along the Tamsui River.

This area offers picturesque views, especially at sunset - perfect for those family holiday photos!

For your little adventurers, the Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf is a great opportunity to learn about the local fishing culture and marvel at the beautiful Lover's Bridge.


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