Taipei is a city that never sleeps. After the sun goes down, the lights come on and the city comes to life.
The Chiang-Kai Shek Memorial Square lights up at night, and the nearby National Concert Hall and Theater host nightly performances.
Taipei teems with bass thumping night clubs playing host to world class performers and DJs. Luxy is one of the biggest and best.
The quaint gold mining town of Jiufeng, located just north of Taipei, lights up with red paper lanterns each evening.
Latecomers to the Juming Museum can create their own light display in the sculpture garden.
For spectacular views of Taipei's lights, take a spin on the Ferris wheel at the Miramar Entertainment Complex.
After watching the sunset from the scenic Danshui fishing village, check out the beautiful DaZhi bridge lit up at night.
After dark, the Shilin Night Market comes to life as crowds shop for clothes, accessories, souvenirs, and some of the best street food around.
Some of the best food in Taipei comes from the unimposing street vendors in the city's night markets.
The Taipei 101, the second tallest building in the world and the city's most iconic monument, is best viewed from the peak of Elephant Mountain. Come for the sunset and stay for the night views.
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