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2019 has been another great year for MyTaiwanTour. Here’re the 30 best shots of the year in Taiwan we want to share with you. See you soon in 2020!Read More
From Christmas dinner with a difference, to getting merry on local whisky, here’s how to feel Christmassy in Taiwan this DecemberRead More
Taiwan Scene got exclusive behind the scenes photos of Viral video Don’t go to Taiwan! Check out where all the scenes in the video took place!Read More
On our LGBT map you’ll find a colorful selection of our top queer picks in Taipei of millions. From bars and boutiques to clubs and cafes, there’s plenty to explore. What are you waiting for?Read More
April 1, 2019: Citing concerns that not enough is being done to encourage families with small children to experience the majesty of Taiwan’s most famous scenic area, Taiwan’s Ministry of Unspecified Services has announced joint plans with local authorities to Child-Proof Taroko Gorge for this year’s Children’s Day Festival. On April 4th, 2019, Nineteen kilometers of the famous gorge stretching from the Taroko Park Visitor’s Center westward past the village of Tienxiang will be filled with approximately fifteen trillion colorful plastic balls, turning the most visited stretch of Taiwan’s most beloved scenic area into a child-friendly ball pit.Read More
As a writer who lives in Taiwan and has traveled extensively in Thailand (most recently on an eight-day trip to Chiang Mai and the surrounding area), I thought it would be useful to compare and contrast these two countries from a travel perspective, answering the following questions:
How are Taiwan and Thailand different?
How are they similar?
Which place is better for what kinds of travel?
Though it’s become fashionable to declare the death of print media, visitors to this year’s Taipei International Book Exhibition would probably disagree with the sentiment. According to Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture, 580,000 people attended the 2019 event, which ran from February twelfth through the seventeenth. It’s an impressive number, but not totally shocking. Taiwan is…Read More
Euromonitor came out with its ranking of the Top 100 City Destinations in the world in 2018. Taipei was ranked 10th in Asia and 17th overall.Read More
Asia has emerged as a fierce tourism battleground. How should Taiwan’s tourism sector be improved and upgraded so that Taiwan can be better appreciated by its people and stand out in the world?Read More