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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: email@example.com ♫Music By♫ Elektronomia - Limitless https://youtu.be/cNcy3J4x62M
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
Taipei, Taiwan. Reaching the Maokong station at the top of a mountain by using the scenic cable car Maokong Gondola tour. 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
A travel guide for riding the MaoKong Gondola in Taipei Taiwan. The MaoKong Gondola is a 4 KM long cable-car ride that takes passengers from the Taipei Zoo Station to the mountainous region of MaoKong famous for it's Tea-houses. Check out some of my other Taiwan Travel Guides: MaoKong Region Travel Guide: http://youtu.be/52gjin1tRVk Best Night Markets in Taipei: http://youtu.be/jU9MdHDgqWA Keelung Night Market: http://youtu.be/fXcyxHrU3gY Raohe Street Walkthru: http://youtu.be/QAYbb6T_UWY Shilin Foodcourt Walkthru: http://youtu.be/iWAnDTZRHhU Beitou Hot Springs: http://youtu.be/aWfw4P8fMSc Ximen Travel Guide: http://youtu.be/insgxEopfDM Elephant Mountain: http://youtu.be/NvSDlKIdb1I Best Mango Shave Ice: http://youtu.be/P-JtJPLnhwI Follow me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Yello...
The Maokong Gondola is a cable car that takes you high above Taipei and over the surrounding mountains and tea fields. A ticked on The Maokong Gondola costs around £6 return making it one of the cheapest tourist attractions we've been to! Shot with Xiaomi Yi Action Camera Oh and did I mention that I'm scared of cable cars?
A magical journey into the tea mountains of Taipei Whether you are planning a day at the Zoo or looking to soak in some of the most breathtaking views of Taipei City and Taipei 101 - the MaoKong Gondola always delivers the goods. The unique “crystal cabins” offer glass transparent bottoms which provide soaring views of life below. Enjoy every minute (20?) as you ascend the mountain while some of the world's highest quality tea awaits you at the top (we like Yaoyue tea house). Gondola Service is contingent upon the weather, but we highly recommend catching a sunset with that special someone - views like this aren't meant to be enjoyed alone. Learn more: https://black-buddha.com/play/maokong-gondola
Filmed on: December 14,2016 On our second day in Taiwan, we went to Taipei Zoo, Maokong and Shilin Night Market. //Taipei Zoo// It was generally a good experience. The entrance fee was cheap: 60 NTD and the zoo was really huge. There were a lot of places to visit but we didn't get to visit all of them because of time constraints. Jed really enjoyed our Taipei Zoo trip - it was his favorite part. He loved seeing the koalas and pandas. Lol. He was like a kid. //Maokong// The ride on the "Maokong Gondola" was okay. Too bad it was quite foggy during our ride. Beware of expensive tea at Maokong. We had to pay 590 NTD for our "authentic tea". Too expensive in my opinion. Make sure you clarify how much you have to pay before actually ordering. We also visited Ikea |we do not have Ikea in...
Taipei has a gondola from Taipei Zoo up to Maokong. It's cheap and offers some decent views over the city. At the top there's an abundance of tea houses where you can sit and enjoy a break from the big city. http://magictravelblog.com/2012/11/day-trips-from-taipei-maokong-gondola-and-traditional-tea-tasting/ Blog: http://magictravelblog.com/ Click here to SUBSCRIBE to Magic Travel Blog and never miss a post: http://magictravelblog.com/MTBMCSubscibe Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MagicTravelBlog Twitter: http://twitter.com/magictravelblog Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/magictravelblog YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/magictravelblog/ Click here to SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel: http://magictravelblog.com/MTBYTSubscribe
The Maokong Gondola (perhaps better known as a cable car) is a Taipei "must do". This beautiful journey will take you from the Taipei Zoo station to the enchanted village of Maokong, with several scenic stops along the way. Once you have purchased your ticket, you are free to get off and on at each of the stops. The fares for each passenger's journey are based on the number of stations traveled and concessional fares are available to the disabled and seniors aged over 65 years of age. Fares can be paid by purchasing tickets at the Maokong Gondola station, or by swiping the Taipei Metro EasyCard. With each adult ticket purchased, two children are able to travel free and discounts are available for those travelling in groups. Take note that is may be cheapest to purchase the one-day Taipei p...
Hey guys! This is my third vlog and this time I visited the amazing Taipei Zoo. Myself along with my friends from Academia Sinica shares some amazing moment in Zoo captured here and also we go for Cable Car ride. The view was mesmerizing. There are lot more and tried to input as much possible in this video. All the moments captured were using my mobile phone so it won't be much mature vlog you think to expect. Sorry :( Special thanks to Ahmed (from Egypt), Saimoon (from Bangladesh), Mehbub (from Bangladesh) and Arving (from India) who joined me in this Vlog. Please drop your comments about your experiences and views for this Vlog and Taipei Zoo. Thanks for watching :) You can follow me on twitter @iamsaumyadip and at Instagram @saumyadip.sarkar27
Cable car from the city to the mountains
►Check out my Taipei Travel Guide for Food Lovers: https://goo.gl/PbAuzQ ►Subscribe to my videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe 0:32 Maokong Gondola - Taipei cable car On our first few days in Taipei, we tried to take the Maokong Gondola cable car, and unfortunately due to stormy weather, they canceled the service as they don’t run it when there is any sort of bad weather. So on Day 11 of this Taipei travel guide video series, we returned to Taipei Zoo Station and returned to the Maokong Gondola, this time in the morning when it was nice and sunny. Since it was a morning on a weekday, there was little traffic, so we easily got on the cable car, and took the ride to Maokong station, which took a little under 30 minutes to reach the top. The Maokong Gondola is one of the best things to d...
Man/Eng/Nat Taiwan's cable T-V industry is booming, with more than 60 channels competing for an audience share of the T-V-obsessed population. With an estimated 70 per cent of Taiwanese receiving cable and an equal number listing television as their main past time, the cable market is a lucrative one. But competition is increasingly fierce. With the possibility that foreign satellite companies could soon join the fray, programmers are for the first time having to respond to viewers' demands. Walk down any street in Taipei and you can't fail to miss the mass of wires strung across the buildings overhead. Around 70 per cent of the Taiwanese have cable beamed into their homes, with an equal number listing television as their favourite pastime. It's a hugely profitab...
SeanCool24 takes a trip to Taipei Zoo and goes on a cable car ride.
A ride in Taipei cable car line
a trip to an rc racetrack and a cable car ride on the maokong gondola in taipei. music: sikh knowledge by skwee inna dancehall http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Sikh_Knowledge/