The Matsu Islands: Taiwan’s Northernmost Frontier

Northernmost frontier? Nine hours by ferry northwest of north Taiwan (flights also available). China’s mountainous coast your backdrop. The local culture a world away from the rest of Taiwan.

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Riding a Scooter in Taiwan (Part One): Safety Guide and Rental Instructions

Scooters are an important mode of transportation that many Taiwanese rely on everyday. Check our guide before you start your scooter experience in Taiwan!

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Take a hike: the best hiking trails in Taiwan

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.

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Visiting Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan’s Largest City

Not long ago, Kaohsiung wasn’t really on the international travel map. Sure, people in Taiwan knew it was a pretty relaxed city, but most international travelers visiting Taiwan chose the bright lights of Taipei, the majesty of Hualien, the history of Tainan or the scenery of Taitung over the arguably more subtle charms of southern…

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How to Pack for Your Trip to Taiwan

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!

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Flower Viewing in Taipei: Three Routes Recommended for Couples, Friends, and Families

From March to June, Azaleas, calla lilies and hydrangeas take their turns to appear on Yangmingshan. Many of these gorgeous blooms can be visited one after the other as a day trip. Below are some popular routes for flower viewing in the spring.

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