Yangmingshan Flower Festival 2017 – Cherry Blossom Season

If there’s one thing you should see when you are visiting Taiwan in February and March, it’s the Yangmingshan Flower Festival. There’s no need to go to Japan to see the cherry blossoms when you can view them from Taipei’s backyard. Continue Reading →

Photo Moment: Queen’s Head Rock in Yehliu Geopark

Yehliu Geopark is home to Queen’s Head Rock in Wanli, Yehliu, Northern Taiwan. The park is operated by the North Coast and Guanyinshan National Scenic Area. Continue Reading →

The Haunted Pod Village of San-zhi

San-Zhi Pod Village is a uniquely designed and abandoned luxury vacation spot in Taiwan that was destroyed completely in 2009. There are many stories surrounding the circumstances of its original abandonment. Continue Reading →

Finding The National Palace Museum in Taipei

This is the newly-renovated National Palace Museum, which currently houses several special exhibits in Northern Sung Painting and Calligraphy, Ju Ware from the Northern Sung Dynasty and Sung Dynasty Rare Books in celebration of it’s re-opening.  For more information, you can visit their website at www.npm.gov.tw This morning we woke up to rain, which dashed our plans of returning to the Su-Hua Highway on Taiwan’s eastern coastline for another long day of scenic driving.   So, we fell back on our contigency plan Continue Reading →