The Most Scenic Mountain In Taiwan — A Full Guide To Alishan

The five wonders of Alishan’s beauty—railway, sunrise, cloud sea, sunset and sacred trees, attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world. In this article, we provide a full guide for you to plan your trip to this beautiful mountain.

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Hiking In Taiwan For Beginners — Xiluan Mountain

Despite ranking at 92nd among the top 100 mountains in Taiwan, Xiluan Mountain takes determination and perseverance to conquer and to appreciate the beauty of this mountain.

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The Mother Goddess of Taiwan

Mazu worship is concentrated along China’s southeast coast, in Taiwan, and amongst the Chinese diaspora of Southeast Asia. According to legend, back in the late 10th century a mortal lass living along China’s southeast coast, named Lin Mo-niang (林默娘), went into a trance and magically saved seafaring male family members who’d been caught out at sea in a storm. Soon thereafter she ascended to heaven, becoming an immortal. (There are many legend variations; learn more in the “Mazu” Wikipedia entry.)

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Recollecting Fragrances of Taiwan at Mao Shiang Tan Fang

Want to know about the fragrances of Taiwan? Here is a story of Taiwan aroma from the Editor’s pick that you would not like to miss it!

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4 Marathons in Taiwan That Are Worth Running For

Marathon is popular in Taiwan. This article will tell you 4 marathons which you cannot miss! It will be a good way to explore about Taiwan.

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5 Fantastic Motels in Taichung to Get the Party Started

Karaoke, pools, and jacuzzi. These are the motel party beyond your imagination in Taichung.

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Hiking, Art, and More in Ershui, Changhua

In central Taiwan, Changhua has more to offer when going deeper. Visit Ershui to find out the best hiking route and other activities.

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A First Timer’s Guide to Yushan National Park

Before you make it to the highest peak in Taiwan, here are more to do in Yushan National Park.

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