Air pollution in Taiwan is a serious matter than many of us have complained about for years. It causes no end of health problems to everyone living here.
Taiwan’s tourism hotspots are finally getting the recognition they deserve. Taroko Gorge…Yilan. What? Yes,
Yilan is magic and Yilan is off the tourist map.
This is Little Taiwan. It’s a slab of rock that is typically visible at low tide on the island of Cimei (Qimei) in Penghu County, Taiwan. It’s famous because of its resemblance to the shape of Taiwan itself.
The Penghu Islands in Taiwan are well known for their unique geological terrain. The southeast part of the Penghu archipelago boasts unique rock formations.
A glutton’s complete guide to Taiwanese street food and eating out in Taiwan night markets. Eating out at a nightmarket is a national pastime in Taiwan.
Postcards from Penghu! Please vote for my entry in the 100 Fun Things to Do in Taiwan contest!
MSW guest blogger Ava Apollo shares her favorite attractions in Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan.
Taiwanese deep-fried chicken is a popular night market snack. Taiwan has perfected the art of producing chicken dipped in batter with herbs and spices.
Photo by Carrie Kellenberger
Wangan Island in Penghu, Taiwan isn’t just known for its spectacular scenery. This beautiful little island in the Penghu Archipelago is also a sea turtle conservation area and a historical heritage site.