- published: 17 Feb 2017
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I recently went on a trip to Taipei, and I found the car culture in Taiwan to be quite different from what I've seen in other Asian countries. Let me show you what I found! https://www.driveandreview.com/2017/02/17/the-unexpected-car-culture-of-taiwan/ Music: https://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepie/im-so
To celebrate being the host city of the upcoming Universiade 2017 -- the Olympics for international university athletes -- the Taiwanese capital has transformed a six-car train into six different sports venues -- a running track, a soccer pitch, a baseball field, a basketball pitch, a field for throwing sports and a swimming pool. And the eye-popping 3D artworks have inspired a few commuters to dive in. "Many people are still unfamiliar with -- and have never stepped inside -- some of the sports venues, we hope to bring sport closer to their daily life," a spokesperson for the city's Department of Information and Tourism said. "By choosing to revamp a train -- an everyday means of commuting, the public will have the opportunity to participate." The swimming pool car, with a floor that rese...
Eating, Checking out the Gondola, and Shilin Night Market in Taipei! Click to Subscribe to my sister Amely's channel: http://bit.ly/2iE6yY3 Click to Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/2cuINtO Places I visited: Yunnan Thai (Thai restaurant) Maokong Gondola (Cable cars) Shilin Night Market Cool people on this trip with me in the video: Amely - www.instagram.com/amelymoras Martin - www.instagram.com/widenka Where I get my gear from: My Camera: http://amzn.to/2hmAD8e My Tripod: http://amzn.to/2voPawa Find me on social media :) www.facebook.com/SameryMorasTKD www.instagram.com/SameryMorasTKD www.twitter.com/SameryMorasTKD Snapchat: tkdsamy For business inquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ♫Music By♫ Elektronomia - Limitless https://youtu.be/cNcy3J4x62M
Taipei, Taiwan. Reaching the Maokong station at the top of a mountain by using the scenic cable car Maokong Gondola. Amazing view and if you're lucky with the weather you can see the skyscraper Taipei 101: the tallest building in Taiwan. The Maokong Gondola has four passenger stations: - Taipei Zoo - Taipei Zoo South - Zhinan Temple - Maokong MUSIC: Tobu - Rollercoaster http://www.youtube.com/tobuofficial
TAIPEI — At least four people were killed and nine others were injured in a pile-up on Yangde Boulevard in suburban Taipei on Wednesday morning. A concrete mixing truck smashed into more than a dozen cars, sending vehicles flying into the houses on the side of the street. Taipei Fire Department said the concrete mixture allegedly suffered a brake failure when it was travelling downhill, which may have been the cause for this deadly accident. The driver of the concrete mixer was thrown out of the truck and was killed in the accident. Yangde Boulevard is the main road leading to the famous Yangmingshan area, but it is also one of the "deadliest" roads in Taipei. Eleven people were killed in accidents on this road in the past three years. -------------------------------------------------...
For more Red Bull Soapbox Race visit http://win.gs/18SzL2B Red Bull Soapbox Race first took place in 2000, and has visited over 80 countries since it's inaugural season. September 29th, 2013 marked the first time Soapbox has visited Taiwan, making it the only Asian country to host the event this year. The event saw over 50 teams race full speed down a track over 350 meters long in their home-made cars before finishing at the entrance of the Taipei National University of the Arts. Passionate, ingenious, and zany teams all battled it out to be crowned champ of speed, creativity, and overall showmanship. Get "Executioners Day (Clean)" by Heavens Basement here: http://bit.ly/18Uu2up _________________________________________________ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen i...
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The Maokong Gondola (Chinese: 貓空纜車; pinyin: Māokōng Lǎnchē) is a gondola lift transportation system in Taipei, Taiwan. Opened on 4 July 2007, the Maokong Gondola operates between Taipei Zoo and Maokong. The 4.3 km (2.7 mi) line has four stations Since March 30, 2010, 30 cabins have been retrofitted with 48mm thick glass bottoms, each weighing 213 kg. They operate with a service interval of three minutes. The capacity is limited to five persons per cabin. Crystal cabins, also called “Eyes of Maokong Gondola”, have their own waiting queue and a computer managed ticketing system, instructing passengers to enter the queue at a specified time. Currently, the price for taking a crystal cabin is the same as that of regular cabins. The cost of each cabin modification was NT$ 200,000
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