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.
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.
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.
Taiwan hot springs offer some of the best hot spring bathing in the world. There are over 100 hot natural hot springs on this tiny island in the Pacific.
Yang Ming Mountain has remained a first choice getaway for city residents and tourists looking for a different Taiwan hot springs experience.
Explore the beautiful town of Yingge, Taiwan. Yingge has been producing traditional Taiwanese handicrafts and pottery for over two hundred years.
Guest author Ava Apollo lists her top five Taiwan tourist attractions that travelers shouldn’t miss when they visit this pretty little ilha formosa in the Western Pacific Ocean.
The Yangmingshan Flower Festival in Yangmingshan National Park runs from March to May, when the mountain is covered in azaleas and cherry trees.
A photo essay and travel commentary on the lunar-like landscape of Yehliu Geopark in Northern Taiwan.
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.