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15 Most-visited Sights in Taiwan

Taiwan remains largely undiscovered and seriously underrated by Western travelers, but those that make it here are in for a real treat. In the 1990’s Taiwan became the first true Chinese democracy, developing a sense of civil society bewildering to its giant neighbour across the Taiwan Strait. Since then, popular culture has blossomed on the island, an eclectic mix of Chinese, Western, Japanese and indigenous influences.

It has sensational food, traditional Chinese and aboriginal festivals and exuberant temples, yet the biggest surprise is Taiwan’s hinterland: think towering mountains, eight national parks, a selection of alluring offshore islands and numerous hot-spring resorts.

Taroko Gorge

Taroko-Gorge-National-Park-

Dalongdong Baoan Temple

Dalongdong Baoan Temple

13 Coffee (Cafe)

13 coffee cafe

National Palace Museum

National Palace Museum

Tainan

tainan

The Penghu Archipelago

penghu

Cycling Taiwan’s East Coast

Cycling Taiwan's East Coast

JL Studio (Restaurant)

Jl Studio

Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area

Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area

Hiking Jungles and High Mountains

Hiking Jungles and High Mountains

Miaokou Night Market

Miaokou night market

Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival

Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival

The Mazu Pilgrimage (Festival)

The Mazu Pilgrimage (Festival)

Indigenous Culture in Orchid Island

indigenous culture in orchid

Beitou Hot Spring Museum

beitou hot spring museum

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