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TAIWAN

Taiwan is a progressive country with some of the warmest locals we’ve ever met. It’s known for its bustling night markets and amazing street food. These articles will help you plan trips to cities like Taipei and Kaoshiung and lead you to some of the country’s best Taiwanese food.

Alishan Forest Tour: Explore Fenqihu and Alishan Scenic Area from Chiayi City, Taiwan

The Alishan National Scenic Area is a 415 sq km mountain reserve in Chiayi County. Along with Taroko National Park and Sun Moon Lake, it’s one of Taiwan’s most visited natural attractions, famous for its railway network, scenic hiking trails, and vast mountain wilderness.

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Two Weeks in Taiwan: A 14-Day Itinerary Exploring the Best of Taiwan

Taiwan is a small country with an efficient rail system so you can easily explore the entire country on your own. If you have two weeks to spare and want to experience the best of Taiwan, then I hope this 14-day itinerary can help you plan your trip.

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The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Taichung, Taiwan

According to an article from CNN, Taichung was found by locals to be Taiwan’s most livable city. Many Taiwanese prefer it to Taipei for its milder weather and laid back vibe. It’s regarded as an arts and cultural hub of Taiwan with its many interesting museums, art installations, and design boutiques.

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Explore Calligraphy Greenway, a Playground for Art & Design in Taichung, Taiwan

Located in the heart of Taichung, Calligraphy Greenway is the arts and cultural center of the city. It’s a must-visit place in Taichung where you can go to enjoy exhibits and performances, visit museums, and explore artsy neighborhoods with rows of interesting shops and boutiques.

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The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Taipei, Taiwan

There are many things to love about Taipei like its night markets and many museums. But beyond its attractions, what makes Taipei so alluring for me, is the city itself. With conveniences like a cheap but incredibly efficient metro system, and its plethora of well-maintained public parks, it’s a city that clearly puts its people first.

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