Flowers-Blossoming Hometown of Lotus: Baihe Business District in Tainan

A trip of flower viewing, hot spring and marathon (if you want).

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The Tainan that Is More than History: Taijiang National Park

Your alternative choice when visiting Tainan.

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How to Do Yanshui: Tainan’s Most Explosive District

Yanshui in Tainan, Taiwan is known for its notorious Beehive Firework Festival and Yuejin Lantern Festival.

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3 Water-based Attractions in Tainan You Probably Didn’t Know About

From unique hot springs to stunning seaside salt fields, here are three water-related places to visit during your trip to Tainan.

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Ringing in Taiwan’s Hot Spring Season in Guanziling, Tainan

With the weather finally cooling, we headed down to the hot spring town of Guanziling, famous for its fresh air, muddy hot springs and excellent coffee.

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5 ways to experience Tainan, Taiwan’s Ancient Capital

Tainan is an Taiwan’s oldest city, and (some say) Taiwan’s most “Chinese” city. Taiwan Scene therefore provides 5 ways to experience this mysterious city.

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Exploring Tainan’s Natural Side and a Brief Trip to Hell

“This area is famous for its fireflies,” Chen-hui said, “but of course, they come out closer to dark.” Though we saw no fireflies as we hiked, we could hear the melodic chirping of cicadas. And as we climbed higher, the views became  more impressive.

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Exploring the History, Handicrafts and Culture of Tainan City

Not long ago my partner Stephanie and I were invited to take part in a two day tour of Tainan by the Tainan City Tourism Bureau. They offered us a few suggestions for places to check out, but were also genuinely interested in customizing the tour to fit our desires.

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