Spring into Action: Five Diversified Tours to Explore Taipei

Spring is truly the best time to visit Taiwan. We’ve hand-selected five tours for visitors to Taipei that show different sides of the city. Enjoy!

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Celebrating Women’s Pride in Taiwan at Witch House

“[A witch is not] an ugly old woman who turns you into her guinea pig, but a woman with certain powerful energies.”

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228: A Day in Taiwan’s History that should to be Remembered

Let us remember 228 in an effort to ensure that history does not repeat itself.

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Maokong – A Location for Tea-for-Two

The Taiwanese are fond of their tea and love to climb hills overlooking their hometowns to take in a “night view.” Put these two together, stipulate that you do not want to drive more than one hour, and Taipei residents still have a large number of choices. One of the most popular is the historic tea-growing area around Maokong in the southwestern part of the city.

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Netflix’s Love: The Best of Chiayi City’s Iconic Street Foods

Savor the most famous of Chiayi’s traditional snacks, at its favorite old-time eateries.

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Alishan – A World of High-Mountain Tea Up in the Clouds

Everything tea in one of Taiwan’s most beautiful high-mountain growing areas – Alishan.

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[Taiwan Insider] Reaching New Heights: A Guide to Taipei 101

“Taipei 101 is not just a landmark for people in Taipei and Taiwan. It’s also a spiritual symbol and guide”

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