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Waterfalls / / / / Waterfalls and rainbows, who doesn’t love them? High mountains with loads of natural rivers make most of Taiwan a source of continual waterfalls. The entire island hosts all types and shapes of waterfalls. Some are along roads and easy to see and access others require a short hike or an over night camping trip to […]
Rock Climbing / / Taiwan has plenty to offer keen rock climbers and mountaineers. Long Dong, in the north of Taiwan, is the country’s premier rock climbing destination; it is about an hour from Taipei. It is an extensive sandstone cliff offering around 500 sport and traditional climbing routes. Being by the sea, it is also a popular deep-water […]
Outer Islands / / A scattered collection of islands, some off Taiwan’s western and southern coasts, and several right on the periphery of mainland China, Taiwan’s numerous outer islands are fascinating destinations rarely visited by outside travelers. Many of these islands are geographically and physically disparate, ranging from beautifully clear white sand islands to rocky, imposing mountains that have […]
Birdwatching / / Taiwan has a warm and humid climate and a variety of terrain, including sandbars, plains, basins, hills, plateaus, and mountains. As a result, the country is home to abundant animal and plant life, including various endemic species, and can therefore be regarded as one gigantic eco-park.Because of the formation of mud flats and mangroves along […]
Biking / Considering Taiwan has several famous homegrown bicycle companies, including the worlds largest, Giant Bicycle Manufacturer, its no wonder that cycling has become somewhat of a national pastime. Miles upon miles of rugged coastlines, lined with pristine beaches, mountain passes and spanning rice fields make up some of the most amazing topographies for bicycle lovers. Taiwan […]
Sun Moon Lake / / / The largest freshwater body in Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake is a beautiful, picturesque mountain lake that stands at 2,454 feet (748 meters) above sea level. Located in central Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake has long been inhabited by groups of Taiwanese aboriginals, most notably the Thao tribe, who have been in the area for at least […]
Alishan / / / In the heart Taiwan, Alishan National Park is a mountainous area of natural beauty set in the hills and peaks of Chiayi County. Spanning more than 160 square miles, it covers terrain as varied as rugged mountain passes and green, lush tea plantations. The National Park encompasses four small villages which are seats of ancient […]
Kenting National Park / / / / Located on the southern tip of Taiwan, Kenting National Park a popular holiday or day trip destination for locals and visitors alike. This large recreational area of outstanding and varied natural beauty is home to sandy beaches, weird and wonderful rock formations and stalagmite-filled grottos caused by centuries of erosion. There are forests and beautiful […]
Hot Air Balloon Festival / / / Since it’s beginning in 2011, The Taiwan International Hot Air Balloon Festival has been gaining international popularity. With professional ballooners coming from all over the world to participate. Not only can you see the balloons floating on the horizon everyday, you can also experience tethered or a hot air balloon ride for yourself, along with […]
SurfingSurfing / / / / Taiwan also known as the Hawaii of Asia is an up and coming surf destination, located strategically north of the Philippines and South West of Japan and is in perfect position to score the back-to-back swells that result from the northern hemisphere winter storms. On the Tropic of Cancer, Taiwan experiences a tropical marine climate […]