8 Taiwanese Movies and Dramas to Watch on Netflix During your Coronavirus Quarantine 

Binge watch the time away with some local favorites.

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Spring into Action: Five Diversified Tours to Explore Taipei

Spring is truly the best time to visit Taiwan. We’ve hand-selected five tours for visitors to Taipei that show different sides of the city. Enjoy!

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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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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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5 Ways to Get into the Christmas Spirit in Taiwan

From Christmas dinner with a difference, to getting merry on local whisky, here’s how to feel Christmassy in Taiwan this December

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Cool dip: a quick guide to cold springs in Taiwan

You’ve heard of hot springs, but did you know Taiwan also has springs you can cool off in when the mercury is rising?

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Five Best Places to Get a Foot Massage in Taipei

Spend the day wandering around Taipei City, and you’ll soon begin to notice a very interesting cultural sight: signs for “腳底按摩” (foot massage) lined up every few blocks you go. In today’s article, TaiwanScene is going to try out five different foot massage spas in Taipei to give you the lowdown on what to expect and which might be more fitting for a busy, trotting traveler like yourself.

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Adagio hotel, Jinguashi: Experience the five senses with slow travel

For the environmentally-conscious traveler, slow travel has become the new way to see the world. With a belief that travel should be sustainable and leave a positive impact on the environment and surrounding communities, globe trekkers are now choosing to visit places that practice environmental conservation, sustainable development, and the preservation of local culture and traditions.
For the founders of the Adagio hotel in Jinguashi, Taiwan, (“Adagio” meaning “in a slow tempo”) slow travel is also an art meant to be experienced leisurely with all five senses. Throughout the month of March, Adagio holds a series of events that allow guests to enjoy a sensory experience for the ears (musical performances), the eyes (art classes), the nose (fragrance and incense workshops), the mouth (wine tasting, for example), and the hands (plant designing classes).
The hotel is located high up in the mountainous roads, not far from the Golden Waterfall. A cozy vicinity with no cable, Adagio is a hotel that creates a sense of community, with a limited number of rooms and group activities that allow you to meet other guests.

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The Taiwanese Spa Hour: Taipei’s Best Health and Beauty Spas

Everything from massages, facials, detox, and collagen treatments can be found in the smallest yet most luxurious of spas. Here I explore some of the best spas around Taipei, each with their own unique offerings.

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