|Most expensive month:||April|
|Average price in Ximending:||$71/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$14/night|
|Most expensive day:||Sunday|
Dream Of Red Mansions Wanguo Branch
12F, No. 52, Hanzhong Street, Taipei City, Taiwan
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The pedestrianised streets of Ximending are a memorable highlight of visiting Taipei City, filled with unique fashion stores, Japanese culture, and a vast array of markets and bars. While some parts of Ximending have a very modern feel, the area also reflects its location in Wanhua, the oldest district in Taipei.
Ximending was the first pedestrianised zone in Taiwan and continues to be the largest. The only way to get around is on foot, a journey that immerses visitors in the atmosphere of the streets. Taipei's young and trendy hang out around the shops, countless bars and restaurants offer views over the streets, and the whole of Ximending throbs with life throughout the day and night.The area was built by the Japanese as a dedicated entertainment and business area. Icons like Taihokohzai and Red House Theatre still stand after over a century, providing a contrast to the contemporary stores elsewhere in Ximending. The New Wanguo Market was built in 1902 and offers another ambient trip into the colourful chaos of the area. In many ways, Ximending epitomises the allure of Taipei City, an area filled with unusual charms, flashing lights, and seemingly thousands of places to explore.
Wanhua is the oldest part of Taipei and the central district where Ximending is located. Various bus, train and underground lines crisscross throughout Wanhua. Any bus going along Zhonghua Road provides direct access to Ximending, as does Ximen Station on the Taipei Metro.
From its history as a theatre street a century ago, Ximending was always at the heart of entertainment in Taipei. Currently, it boasts over 3 million shoppers visiting the area every month.
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