Lakeside Luxury: Sun Moon Lake’s Top Luxury Experiences

Sun Moon Lake is known for its stunning natural view. Here’s some of its best kept secrets that provide for the ultimate luxury experience.

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New Year Shopping in Taipei — Where the Locals Go, What They Buy, and Why

Ready for shopping for the Lunar New Year? Check out where the locals go, what they buy, and Why!

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Cruise Kaohsiung Taiwan Part 3: Kezailiao Fish Market Tour

A stop off at Kezailiao Wharf is the perfect addition to your cruise Kaohsiung Taiwan experience. Find out what you can do there now!

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Cruise Kaohsiung Taiwan Part 1: Fo Guang Shan and Tianliao Tour

Planning your cruise tour in Taiwan? Fo Guang Shan and Tianliao Moon World could be your first and second stops after you docked at Kaohsiung!

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Welcome the New Year at the Chic and Trendy Hotels in Taipei

As the year’s end approaches, the streets of Taipei are filled with a festive atmosphere for the new year. Here are three trendy hotels that feature its own unique charm when it comes to celebration of new year!

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Pride Hopping this Fall? Here’s Why Taiwan Should Be Your First and Only Stop

Taiwan Pride is one of the rising stars of this movement. This year the annual pride parade takes place in Taipei on October 26. Here are a few things to learn about the Taiwan Pride before the parade.

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Belle of the Zhiben Hot-Spring Ball The Hotel Royal Chihpen

Words by Rick Charette Let’s spend a little time getting to know a place with a legitimate claim to being Taiwan’s premier hot-spring resort hotel. When the Japanese controlled Taiwan as a colony from 1895 to 1945, they transplanted their love of genteel mineral-spring soaking to the island. A distinctive Taiwanese hot-spring culture then bubbled…

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Taiwan Culture and Cuisine Shine on New Netflix Series “Street Food”

Taiwan’s unique culinary traditions make tasty waves in an episode of the new #Netflix series Street Food, skipping the usual #Taiwanese tropes of night markets and stinky tofu for the lesser-known city of Chiayi.

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Savor the Tea and Enjoy the Pleasant Aroma in the City on a Springtime Day

In Taipei, you are never far from a century-old tea shop. Blessed with frequent international exchanges over the centuries, the city is the confluence of tea houses from different cultures. No matter where you roam, there is no way you can miss the elegant smell of tea among Taipei’s streets and alleys.

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