Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Taipei Night Tour including Mongolian BBQ Dinner submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Great way to begin a visit to Taipei in a cold evening with a nice buffet dinner. It was foggy to be able to see Taipei from the top of 101, but enjoyed the window shopping. Had a lot of fun in the night market.
The guide arranged a special visit to Longshan Temple before closing and safe return to the hotel.
BBQ Dinner is not that good. The Taipei is better if we had more time.Reviewed by: Cindy T Le, November 2013
This tour was not our favorite. The trip itself is something you should do on your own for more time as we did on our own the day after. We were rushed through the market with only ten minutes allotted for browsing, no shopping allowed. At Taipei 101, we did not get to go to the top because of the long lines. We were only given one hour to make it to through the lines and to the top...nearly impossible. The dinner was average. However, we highly enjoyed the temple and our tour guide's knowledge of the temple. Our tour guide Felix, was very personable and full of life. He made the trip more enjoyable.Reviewed by: ASHLEY B, October 2013
The tour guide was very nice, but it didn't last very long. Walked though snake alley but didn't stop. You also had to pay separate for Taipei 101. It was a little expensive for what it was.Reviewed by: Kelly O, August 2013
It was OK. Tour seemed a little rushed and the guide seemed more interested in going through the motions rather than giving us detailed information about the places we hit. Would have appreciated a little more time especially onTaipei 101, as the lift-ticket was very expensive for just 45 minutes or so, and separate from the cost of the tour! The views were magnificent and the accompanying audio guides were very thorough, but did not have time to go through all within the specified time limit. The Dinner was excellent, but again we seemed squeezed for time. Guide sat separate from us. Personally, I would have appreciated conversing with a Taiwanese about the city. Would suggest this tour only if you were absolutely unwilling or unable to travel to these sites on your own.Reviewed by: Efe S, September 2013