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13 yr. old in taipei. where to go?

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13 yr. old in taipei. where to go?

Postby yelomonkey » 23 Jul 2016, 01:12

Where can I take my 13 year old daughter in Taipei?
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Re: 13 yr. old in taipei. where to go?

Postby Liam Og » 23 Jul 2016, 21:53

Cycling along the riverside park is a good one
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Re: 13 yr. old in taipei. where to go?

Postby Petrichor » 24 Jul 2016, 07:31

What kind of things does she like doing? It's a little warm at the moment but you could take her to Taipei Zoo or take the gondola up to Maokong. Or if you're in southern Taipei she might like to go to Wulai. I've included lots of activities in this post on what to do on a rainy day, and the follow-up post. Most of these work for the hot days we're having at the moment too. http://talesfromthebeautifulisle.blogsp ... =rainy+day
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