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Useful information about Taiwan

National Music Hall of Taiwan

Taiwan has made a name for itself as one of the most diverse destinations in Asia. It lies on the western edge of Pacific “Rim of Fire” and its continuous movement has created the spicy, scenic island of Taiwan. With pulsating modern capital Taipei, magnificent temple towns, majestic peaks, rolling hills, beautiful plains, basins and coastline, the country makes a habit of smashing its visitor’s preconceptions. It is one of the few places on earth where ancient, religious and cultural practices thrive, in an overwhelmingly modern landscape.

Why Go

Among several reasons that force visitors to enjoy a holiday trip to Taiwan is its delicious food and is referred as food capital of east. Its cuisines carry influences from China, Japan and the island’s aboriginal culture. Village tours and festivals are open to public and is a great way to experience its unique culture. The National Palace Museum houses the world’s largest collection of ancient Chinese art. Lantern Festival, a celebration that marks the end of Chinese New Year held in the month of February is also a big draw when thousands of lanterns inscribed with a wish for the New Year are released into the heavens is truly a great sight to marvel. There are 500 Buddhist and Taoist temples that stood for centuries in Tainan, the country’s oldest city and former capital makes it truly worth visit.

Best Time to Visit

Taiwan enjoys warm weather throughout the year. The strongest fluctuations in weather conditions are during spring and winters. Ideal time to visit it is from October to January and it is always wise to avoid visiting the country during major public holidays. Summer is not a good time to explore because heat and humidity is at its peak.

Major Airports

  • Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
  • Kaohsiung International Airport
  • Taipei Songshan Airport
  • Taichung Ching Chuang Kang Airport

Major Tourist Attractions

Taiwan is the most diverse and underrated travel destination in Asia. The mountainous island of country is a home to electric cities, gorgeous beaches, hot springs, lush jungles and rolling hills, the beauty of which seems untouched by man. It is the only place in the world where you can witness genuine ancient Chinese culture. It is decked with breathtakingly beautiful attractions and thus is referred as “Treasure Island”. Enjoy a visit to Yangming Mountain boasting beautiful volcanic sights, tranquil valleys and hot springs. It is the most beautiful natural area on the whole island. Taipei 101 is one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers is home to world’s fastest elevator is the landmark building of country. National Palace Museum has world’s biggest collection of Chinese art is also worth exploring.

Festivals and Events

Festivals and events are closely interwoven with the lives of people. The festivals are divided into two major categories. Festivals associated with traditional lunar calendar and official holidays are celebrated according to western calendar.  Some amazing festivals include Birthday of Kuan Yin, Lantern Festival, Spring Festival, Chinese New Year, Tomb Sweeping Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Ghost Festival, Double Ninth Day etc are few among many to take part and enjoy.

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