The Most “Powerful” Temple in Taiwan

Longqi Wenheng Temple  |  Travel TaiwanTemples in TAIWAN Visiting Temples in Taiwan is a sacred mental, physical, and spiritual experience. Temple culture lies at the heart of Taiwan’s religious life. It not only reflects on the life of ordinary people but also acts...

Green Hoteliers in Taiwan | Sustainable Tourism Destinations

Green Hoteliers of Sustainable Tourism Destinations in TaiwanThe Future of Traveling – Sustainable Travel Travel is essential, and most people see the need to gain organic experiences from foreign places; According to the World Tourism Organization, tourism is one of...

Things to do in Sun Moon Lake │ Travel Taiwan

Sun Moon Lake│ Travel Taiwan Sun Moon Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Taiwan, located in the heart of the nation - Nantou. The stunning and ever-changing views of the Lake receives almost 3 million tourists annually and is rated the top 10 most beautiful...

Things to do in Taroko National Park │ Travel Taiwan

Have you ever heard of Taiwan 🇹🇼 ? Taiwan is in East Asia, neighboring Japan, China, and the Philippines. Taiwan is being talked around often in the news, mostly for political reasons! However, what lies behind is a country with its unique beauty that most people do not have the chance to see. Taiwan, for sure, is flying under the radar for travelers. Taroko National Park covers around 92,000 hectares of the Central Mountain Range, ranging 36 km from the north to south and 42 km from the east to west. Some of the cliffs are above 3,000m in elevation, which provides a spectacular marble steep gorge view. Unquestionable, this is one of the most beautiful parks we have been, it’s nothing but spectacular. 

The Lantern Festival in Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Lantern Festival Chinese New Year Lantern Festival celebrates on the 15th day of the Chinese New Year, and it marks the end of a sixteen-day long celebration. During the Lantern Festival, you may see children holding a paper-lantern walking around...

Taiwan Is More Than Its Politics!

Taiwan is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Vibrant cities are full of beautiful temples, fantastic museums, and nightlife. Visitors to Taiwan are spoiled for choice regarding things to do and places of incredible natural beauty to visit on the island – with so many attractions. It’s hard to figure out what to see.

We are sharing some hometown gems of our own!

The Most “Powerful” Temple in Taiwan

The Most “Powerful” Temple in Taiwan

Longqi Wenheng Temple  |  Travel TaiwanTemples in TAIWAN Visiting Temples in Taiwan is a sacred mental, physical, and spiritual experience. Temple culture lies at the heart of Taiwan’s religious life. It not only reflects on the life of ordinary people but also acts...

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Green Hoteliers in Taiwan | Sustainable Tourism Destinations

Green Hoteliers in Taiwan | Sustainable Tourism Destinations

Green Hoteliers of Sustainable Tourism Destinations in TaiwanThe Future of Traveling – Sustainable Travel Travel is essential, and most people see the need to gain organic experiences from foreign places; According to the World Tourism Organization, tourism is one of...

read more
Things to do in Sun Moon Lake │ Travel Taiwan

Things to do in Sun Moon Lake │ Travel Taiwan

Sun Moon Lake│ Travel Taiwan Sun Moon Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Taiwan, located in the heart of the nation - Nantou. The stunning and ever-changing views of the Lake receives almost 3 million tourists annually and is rated the top 10 most beautiful...

read more
Things to do in Taroko National Park │ Travel Taiwan

Things to do in Taroko National Park │ Travel Taiwan

Have you ever heard of Taiwan 🇹🇼 ?
Taiwan is in East Asia, neighboring Japan, China, and the Philippines.
Taiwan is being talked around often in the news, mostly for political reasons! However, what lies behind is a country with its unique beauty that most people do not have the chance to see. Taiwan, for sure, is flying under the radar for travelers.
Taroko National Park covers around 92,000 hectares of the Central Mountain Range, ranging 36 km from the north to south and 42 km from the east to west. Some of the cliffs are above 3,000m in elevation, which provides a spectacular marble steep gorge view. Unquestionable, this is one of the most beautiful parks we have been, it’s nothing but spectacular. 

read more
The Lantern Festival in Chinese New Year

The Lantern Festival in Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Lantern Festival Chinese New Year Lantern Festival celebrates on the 15th day of the Chinese New Year, and it marks the end of a sixteen-day long celebration. During the Lantern Festival, you may see children holding a paper-lantern walking around...

read more

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