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Taipei 101 - Taipei City, Taiwan
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Taipei 101:S$ 217/night
Absolute cheapest price found:S$ 67/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
S$ 104 - S$ 332
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S$ 104 - S$ 504
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Cheapest hotels near Taipei 101, Xinyi District

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Homy Inn Zhongxiao Dunhua
Homy Inn Zhongxiao Dunhua
7.9 Good
7F,No. 107,Section 4,Zhongxiao East Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
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4.1 km from city centre,  

Homy Inn Zhongxiao Dunhua is located in Taipei City and is close to Taipei 101. It also provides luggage storage, laundry facilities and free Wi-Fi.

S$ 17
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3 stars

S$ 17 - S$ 329

Homy Inn Zhongxiao Dunhua

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S$ 17
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About Taipei 101

Formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, Taipei 101 is a super-tall skyscraper within the city’s Xinyi District. At just over 500 metres, it stood as the world’s tallest building until the Burj Khalifa was completed in Dubai in 2009 and has one of the world’s fastest elevators.

Taipei 101 was designed to reflect the evolution of technology, together with Asian architectural traditions and elements of feng shui, and it has received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’s (LEED) highest award for green building. It has also been designed to withstand typhoon winds and earthquakes which are common in Taiwan’s east, making it one of the most stable buildings ever constructed. It includes 101 floors above ground and five below, together with an adjacent multi-storey shopping mall. Its observatory is spread across four floors and offers incredible panoramas across Taipei, with entrance tickets and an audio tour available in eleven different languages. A multimedia corridor is situated on the 88th floor with 270-degree views taking in local landmarks, as well as an immense wind damper which is designed to offset the wind force hitting Taipei 101. An indoor observatory on the 89th floor provides equally impressive vistas, coupled with high-powered binoculars and a museum detailing the building’s design and construction. A staircase leads from here up to the 91st-floor outdoor observatory where visitors can view the building’s spire, while a small theatre inside presents films about the building and its annual New Year’s fireworks display.

Taipei 101 is easily accessed along the MRT lines to the Taipei 101 Station. Public buses also stop along Xinyi Road on its southern edge, or it’s a short walk from the start of the Elephant Mountain Hiking Trail.

Initial proposals for a modest 66 story tower to anchor the new Taipei 101 business district were put forth in 1997 before a more ambitious project was suggested. Construction began in 2000, and its roof was completed three years later, with the tower officially opened on New Year’s Eve 2004 with a live concert and fireworks display.

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  • What are the best hotels near Taipei 101?

    Grand Hyatt Taipei (8.6/10 from 1,790 reviews), San Want Hotel Taipei (8.2/10 from 1,385 reviews), and W Taipei (8.8/10 from 1,650 reviews) are all highly-rated places to stay near Taipei 101.