In Taiwan, 7-Eleven’s way more than just a store where you can grab snacks and beer. Here’s a list of things you can do/get that might be useful for visitors.Read More
Taiwan is a must-visit destination for fans of the great outdoors. From sprawling national parks to magnificent mountain peaks, whether it’s a leisurely stroll or a more challenging climb, Taiwan’s got you covered. Read on for all you need to know about how and where to hike in Taiwan.Read More
Taiwan is known for its tropical forests, breath-taking mountains, and dramatic sea views. It can be tricky knowing how to pack for so many scenarios but don’t worry. In this article, we’ll help you decide how to pack for your trip to Taiwan!Read More
Does Taipei 101 have base isolators to prevent from earthquakes? What are some good gluten free options at Chinese restaurants? Taiwan Scene replied eight common asked questions on Quora by the Taiwan-Curious.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?
2019 is the year of the pig, we’ll be centering our recommended experiences for 2019 around the themes of abundance, indulgence, getting in touch with nature, and coming full circle.Read More
Why return from a trip to Taiwan with generic gifts for friends, family and colleagues back home when you can customize your gift to fit the person? Who gets what? Let Taiwan Scene break it down for you!Read More
This month, Taiwan Scene answered a few questions on Quora, on subjects ranging from food, booze & beer to travel, language and history.Read More
Folks looking to explore the breadth and depth of greater Taiwan will find no more efficient mode of travel than the humble rental car.Read More
It’s been said that Taiwan has two seasons: Wet, hot summers and cool, damp winters. Let’s keep it simple, starting with a few basic and usually reliable generalities about Taiwan’s climate.Read More