Rooftop bar - the worlds best in one guide -
Rooftop bar - the worlds best in one guide -

Rooftop bars

A guide to the 2 BEST ROOFTOP BARS IN TAIPEI in 2018.

Here you'll find the best Taipei rooftop bars with all info about each place. Opening hours, dress codes, pics, maps and much more. The warm climate and large number of high-rise buildings contributes to a couple of superb roof terraces in Taipei. Most of them located in the heart of the city and with sweeping skyline views. You can also find some luxurious rooftop swimming pools here. Just scroll down and find the Taipei rooftop bar best suited for you.

Rooftop bar Taipei

Rooftop-grade: 4/10
Prime season: all year
Residents: 6,5 millions
Climate: humid subtropical

The warm climate contributes to the rooftop bars in Taipei being able to stay open all year round. Unfortunately, there are not that many rooftops here. Which is very unusual for being i big city in Asia.

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About Taipei

Taipei is Taiwan's largest city and its capital. Taipei is also Taiwan's central office in terms of economy, politics and culture. The city is surrounded by the rivers Sindian, Danshuie and Keelung. The city's large main attraction is the skyscraper Taipei 101. Since the city is situated in a valley the climate is very humid and hot. And it is not unusual with typhoons here, especially between June and October. If you want to get ahead smoothly in the traffic here, you should go by vespa - or scooter as they are called here. Scooters have special traffic rules and are allowed to go between the cars and sometimes even against the traffic.