Mandarin Oriental, Taipei recommends a fashion photography exhibition, night markets and new gastronomic experiences as among the top Taipei attractions to enjoy this autumn. Guests who want to fully explore Taipei’s vibrancy, warm hospitality and distinctive culture can choose from a variety of room packages at the hotel, including the Discover Taipei, Gourmet Getaway and the Fantastic Taipei Escape.
Visitor attractions recommended by Mandarin Oriental, Taipei this autumn include:
Fantastic Taipei City Centre
Located close to stylish coffee houses, luxury retailers and famous food kiosks, the city centre hotel is also near the Taipei Arena entertainment venue. The Fantastic Taipei Escape package provides guests with a complimentary third night (valid only with two consecutive paid nights during a minimum three-night stay).
Autumn Gourmet Dining at Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
At Bencotto, Chef Loris Pistillo is committed to bringing guests traditional trattoria Italian cuisine with authentic nonna (“grandmother”) recipes. Meanwhile, at Ya Ge, Chef Kong Khai Meng is using his extensive experience of having worked at many international hotels to present a selection of delicacies from different Chinese provinces: Cantonese, Jiangzhe, Sichuan, Hunan and Taiwanese. Bencotto is located on the hotel’s 6th floor and Ya Ge on its 3rd floor.
Reflections at The National Palace Museum
Complementing its permanent collection of nearly 700,000 pieces of ancient Chinese imperial artifacts and artworks, the Taipei museum will hold Reflection of the Emperor, The Collection and Culture of Mirrors at the Qing Court from now until February 2017. Revealing the one-thousand-year history of mirrors, the exhibition offers an opportunity for visitors to analyze the changing roles and different uses of the looking glass in China through the centuries.
Fashionable Huashan 1914 – Creative Park
Exhibiting a wide selection of prints from the Condé Nast archives, the Coming into Fashion – A Century of Photography at Condé Nast at the Huashan 1914Creative Park will include images from the early days of fashion photography at the beginning of the 20th century. Held from now until 27 November 2016, the exhibition showcases works by many groundbreaking artists and notable photographers.
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei’s accommodation packages are subject to 10% service charge and 5% tax. Advance reservation is required. Package offers are subject to availability and cannot be used with any other discount offer. Reservations can be made through Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s on-line reservations service at www.mandarinoriental.com, by contacting the Group’s worldwide sales and reservations offices, calling Mandarin Oriental, Taipei directly on +886 (2) 2715 6800 or e-mailing [email protected].