Hope Valley in Keelung, Taiwan

Cruise to Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan

Surrounded by mountains on three sides, the harbor city of Keelung is the gateway to Taipei. After your ship arrives, take the 25-minute drive into Taiwan's capital, where art, nature and architecture both traditional and modern meet. Cruise to Taipei and walk the narrow corridors of Jiu Fen Old Street, stopping to take tea while you soak in the mountain and ocean scenery. Then, see the city's modern side by climbing Taipei 101, a 449-meter-tall skyscraper with a sightseeing deck for panoramic views. Or spend your time absorbing the natural splendor: Hike Mount Keelung to its now-extinct volcanic summit, then see the Golden Waterfall below before you head to the Yin Yang Sea for some beach time.
National Language Mandarin
Currency Accepted New Taiwan Dollar (TWD)

Things To Do in Taipei (Keelung)

Rocky coast of Hi Park in Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan, Hi Park



Ho Ping Island Park is a little slice of coastal terrain that will make you feel as if you've just landed on the moon. Wander through the park while listening to the waves crash on the shore, and discover the unique rock structures that have been carved by thousands of years of erosion.

The Baimiweng Fort in Keelung, Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan, Baimiweng Fort

Easy Breezy

Easy Breezy

Once safeguarding the Keelung Harbor, Baimiweng Fort is now the perfect place to take in the stunning coastal views of Northern Taiwan. Explore the three stations with your camera in hand. Snap a photo of the boats in the harbor from the top, and enjoy the breeze coming off the sea.

Giant Buddha statue in Keelung, Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan, Giant buddha statue

Visit a Goddess

Stretch your legs and climb the hilltop of Zhongzheng Park to visit Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy statue. On your way back down, stop at the Buddhist Temple and the Statue of Confucius before wandering the grounds, which are home to tennis courts and a skating rink.

A bowl of beef noodle soup

Taipei, Taiwan, Beef Noodle Soup

Local Cuisine

Taipei's night markets are the place to go for Taiwanese street food — and despite their name, many open around noon. Cruise to Taipei to fill up on lu rou fan (braised minced pork over rice), or niu rou mien, a bowl of noodles topped with tender braised beef and served in comforting beef broth. Then, cool down with pao pao bing, a sweet flavored ice. Or try liu sha, a golden-fried donut filled with sweet, eggy custard.

Red lanterns in Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan, Red lanterns


Head to Jiufen Old Street, lined with beautiful red lanterns, for distinctive, traditional souvenirs. The street is home to several tea houses, where you can purchase handmade tea leaves and delicate tea sets so you can brew your own Taiwanese tea at home. With your Taiwan cruise vacation, bring home a miniature replica of the sky lanterns you see hanging above the alleys here.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 Plan your day out in advance! Most of the best spots to visit in Keelung are a 30-minute taxi ride away.
2 Download the Keelung App before you go so you can have access to the shuttle schedule, best places to eat, and more.

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