Leaving the port you will drive to Taipei 101 Building where a photo stop will be performed before arriving to National Palace Museum. Famous for it's rich antique collection amounts to nearly 700,000 pieces whose age range covers almost the entire five-thousand-old of Chinese history including pottery, porcelain, bronze & jade, sculptures, embroidery and calligraphy, as well as paintings with each piece a true curio.
Next visit will be the Martyr's Shrine, which was built in 1969. Its grand and magnificent architectural style is similar to one of the hall of the Imperial Palace in Beijing on Mainland China, which symbolizes the martyrs' brave spirit. Before the establishment of the Republic of China, 330,000 men sacrificed their lives to the revolution, which fell during the Sino-Japanese war and the Chinese Civil war and they are worshipped here.
Last visit will be the National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall. This is the former Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. The great building has become a landmark of Taipei City. There are places for international art performances such as the National Theatre and National Concert Hall. World famous musicians (such as the great cello performer Yo Yo Ma and the great violinist Shao Lian Lin) and renowned playgroups have conducted performance here. The place is enriched with the beauty of traditional Chinese gardens.