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A very large map of Taipei City

Postby Lil' Slugger » 14 Feb 2012, 09:01

LIke wall-sized, with the more detail the better. Anybody ever buy this from City Hall or whereever?
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Re: A very large map of Taipei City

Postby Craig0928 » 28 May 2012, 20:46

The free maps available at most MRTs are pretty good, if you don't want to pay for one from Caves bookshop that is...
The Caves one is made by a different company to the free MRT one, but they both offer plenty of detail. Really, the free one they give away at most MRTs is really good...
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Re: A very large map of Taipei City

Postby Mucha Man » 28 May 2012, 22:46

Just go to the main train station and pick up a map from the tourism desks. The cycling map of the city is an excellent overall map.
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Re: A very large map of Taipei City

Postby urodacus » 28 May 2012, 22:56

Print out all the Google pages and then stick them together.

If you're in Streetview, that should be a pretty big map.
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