Taiwan on the Road to Reopening Its Borders, Quarantining Ending: Important Traveler Questions for Visiting

Over the past few years, one of the main reasons Taiwan has managed to keep the spread of COVID-19 at bay has been its strict quarantine regulations imposed on people entering the country. Restrictions are now, at last, being eased in two phases. The first will take effect September 29. If all goes well, the second is tentatively scheduled go into force on October 13.

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Quarantining in Taiwan (Updated in June, 2022): 12 Important Traveler Questions for Visiting Taiwan

Everything you need to know about quarantining in Taiwan. (2022 version)

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A Full Guide to Surfing in Taiwan

Few people used to surf in Taiwan but oh how the tides have turned. With great spots popping up like a pro on a short board, we give you the low down on surfing in Taiwan.

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Asia Pride Games Set to Open in Taipei

The starting gun is about to go off on the highly anticipated queer sporting event. Here’s all you need to know.

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How Taiwanese Coffee is Stimulating Sustainable Farming

Coffee, an important cash crop during the early 20th century, is making a comeback in Taiwan and energizing sustainable farming in the process.

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9 Taiwan Series on Netflix to Add to Your List in 2022

We take you through our top picks of what Taiwan series to watch next on Netflix. Happy binging!

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Taiwan 2022: The Best New Year’s Eve Fireworks to Ring in the Year

With just days left in this calendar year it’s already pretty evident that Taiwan is set on closing out 2021 with a bang. Here are the best places to have a blast on NYE.

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Aaron Nieh on the Digital Trends Reshaping Taiwanese Creativity

The secret code to digital scarcity in Taipei.

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9 Alternative Hiking Trails with Views of Taipei 101

Let’s not talk about the Elephant in the room. Here’s our pick of the best Taipei 101 hikes that aren’t Xiangshan.

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Ginger Duck: Taiwan’s Winter Comfort Food That’s Impossible Not to Love

Hot pot in Taiwan isn’t all Sichuan peppers and shabu-shabu. With winter here, we take a look at one of our favorite ways to deal with the cold.

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