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Affordable Day Rental near Taipei 101 & World Trade Center

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Affordable Day Rental near Taipei 101 & World Trade Center

Postby netuser » 07 Apr 2010, 00:12

If you or someone you know is attending exhibitions in Taipei World Trade Center and need an affordable, clean and comfortable day or short term rental near the location, check out

5 minutes walk from Taipei City Government MRT subway station

101Stay provides affordable and comfortable short term stay in Taipei 101 area.

We are within 8-20 minutes of walking to Taipei 101, Taipei World Trade Center, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Shopping Mall, Taipei City Government, and Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park.

The prices range from $50 to $60 per day.
For more information, please visit

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