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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22 things to eat and do around Taiwan’s Presidential Office Building

All the best restaurants and tourist attractions near the Presidential Office Building

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Summer in Taipei: Calendar of Good Times

Summer is a wonderful time when festivals are all over Taiwan.
Here’s a few festivals that TaiwanScene list for you.

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72 Hours in Taichung, Part 2 (How?)

Taichung’s Central City is well worth visiting. Taiwan Scene proposes a three-day itinerary mixing culture, history, recreation, and food.

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72 Hours in Taichung, Part 1 (Why?)

Taichung is an amazing place for the casual traveler looking to delve deeply, and for more than a few reasons. Taiwan Scene would like to share some tips on stuff to do in Taichung.

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A Perfect Day in Taipei’s Xinyi District

Home to artist hangouts, tons of amazing restaurants, trendy clubs, luxury malls, Taipei 101, the Xinyi District is more than just the Commercial hub of Taipei. It’s also a spot worth spending at least a full day exploring on any visit to Taiwan.

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Seven Taiwan Night Markets Everyone Needs to Visit

Getting slightly less attention were the 36 establishments awarded Bib Gourmand distinction, ten of which are humble stalls from several of Taipei’s famous night markets.

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Taichung in a Day: An Exploration of Taiwan’s Central City

Taichung is quickly emerging as a sort of Taiwanese Chicago, an unpretentious working class town with deep historical chops, a serious art and culture scene, and an unusually quirky vibe.

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Indigenous Culture, not Food, is Taiwan’s Top Tourist Attraction

Robbins, who hails from Los Angeles, is an expert on Taiwan’s indigenous peoples. In 2005, she set up Tribe-Asia, a website that features indigenous handicrafts and cultural tours to indigenous communities.

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