Taipei 101 is offering children and their parents a chance to sleep over in the landmark skyscraper on Christmas Eve and a special tour of the 101st floor, which has never before been open to the public.
A total of 120 places will be available as part of the special offer. Those who buy tickets are scheduled to camp out on the 89th floor, which is 382 meters from the ground in the tallest building in Taiwan, according to the organizers.
Applicants will also be allowed to star gaze from the nation's highest outdoor platform on the 91st floor of Taipei 101 and receive a tour of the 101st floor, formerly only visited by foreign dignitaries or VIPs, as a special treat from the building's owner, to mark the festive event, the organizers said on Monday.
Tickets for the unique event can be bought on one of two online ticketing systems - kkyday.com and tickets.ndu.com. Foreign travelers with children are also welcome to take part, organizers said.