Bali (八里區) is the newest tourist place in New Taipei.
Tamsui (淡水區) is a historical district on the north coast that was once the center of shipping and commerce in northern Taiwan. The district is still a popular day-trip destination from Taipei and boasts many historical attractions.
Xindian (新店區) is a district located to the south of Taipei where the apartment complexes of the metropolis meet the northern end of the Central Mountain Range.
Yingge (鶯歌區) is a district known for its high concentration of pottery and ceramic makers.
Yonghe (永和區) is a suburb district of Taipei known for its breakfast foods.
Zhonghe (中和區) is another suburb district of Taipei
New Taipei is basically an extension of Taipei and is the home of more than 3,500,000 people. The city has quite a diverse environment, from the densely populated industrial districts of Sanchong and Shulin to the coastal regions around the district of Tamsui and the sparsely populated mountain districts near Shenkeng.
Before 25 December 2010, New Taipei was known as Taipei County.
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (台灣桃園國際機場) (IATA: TPE) is the main international airport on the island, and the closest major airport to New Taipei. However, be aware that this name was only adopted in September 2006, the old name, Chiang Kai Shek International Airport (often abbreviated as CKS), is still commonly used. Airbus operates an express airport bus route that directly connects Taoyuan International Airport, Tucheng and Banqiao. The bus runs every 30 minutes during the day and costs NT$135. Travelers going to other regions of New Taipei however may have to visit Taipei city first, and head to the destination from there.
There are several TRA stations scattered through New Taipei .
Banqiao (Banciao) Railway Station (板橋車站) is the major transportation hub in New Taipei. This station connects the railways, Taipei MRT and Taiwan High Speed Rail. It also has local and inter-city bus stations. (Wunhua Road Sec. 1, Banqiao City)
Inter-city buses arrive and depart from the Banqiao Railway Station's terminal. The inter-city bus terminal is just east of the Banqiao Railway Station, and the local bus terminal is in the west. Bus services are easily available, both to travel in the city and from or to nearby regions.
Banqiao's Lin Family Mansion and Garden is one of the best examples of Qing era Chinese architecture in Taiwan. It is free of charge (this was formerly not the case, but was as of June 2012) and well worth a visit.
DanshuiFisherman's Wharf is New Taipei's most famous scenic sight.
Enjoy your coffee or tea beside the Bitan Lake, Xindian.
Jiufen is famous for gold mining. There is an excellent gold museum.
In Fulong, you will find a coastal district with an excellent beach. Every July, don't forget to attend the three day Ho-hai-yan Rock Festival.
Enjoy the aboriginal Dancing show and hot spring in Wulai.