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.
Wulai hot springs are among the best hot springs in Taiwan. Wulai is an aboriginal village in Northern Taipei about an hour outside of Taipei.
Jiufen is one of the biggest tourist spots in Taiwan. You only need to visit once to see the magic in this place. Jiufen is a small mountain village located in the Ruifang District of New Taipei City.
Jiufen in Northern Taiwan was once a prosperous mining town that experienced a tourism boom in 1989, when Ang Li made a film called City of Sadness there.
Adventure travel in Taiwan is easy to find. The Northeast Coast National Scenic Area offers a diverse number of adventure travel activities. Surfing, jet-skiing, wind surfing, and parasailing are just a few of the activities that people enjoy in Taiwan.
Located on the Northeast coast of Taiwan, Long Dong (Dragon Cave) gets its name from the shape of the coastline, which resembles the body of a dragon. If ever there was a place for soul searching in Taiwan, it’s here.
There are numerous opportunities for hiking in Taiwan. Huang Di Dian is a fun and challenging hike that can easily be done as a day trip from Taipei.
This guest post was written by Stephanie Long, an American expat with a passion for hiking in Taiwan. This is a first-hand account about hiking Snow Mountain, the second tallest mountain in Taiwan.
The dust has settled and life has returned to normal for Formosa Adventurers – a young, adventuresome group of men who participated early this month in Taiwan’s Best Trip Contest to promote tourism in Taiwan. The guys got together last weekend to talk about their favorite parts of the trip and were kind enough to include some photographs taken during their four-day adventure by adventurer and professional photographer, Neil Wade.
The Formosa Adventurers’ final video from their four day trip for Taiwan’s Best Trip has finally been posted and their journey is at an end. Day 4 was a long, wet, rainy day, but the guys came through it like champs.