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Yehliu Geopark: The Queen’s Head, Fairy’s Shoe, and More

Looking like a brush stroke of a Chinese calligraphy, an island of Taiwan is packed with interesting geological features. That’s the reason how we could soak in the mineral-rich hot springs... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 12-05-16


My Funny Taipei

Coincidence. Serendipity. And then some. During the few days I recently spent in Taipei, I’ve encountered a few head scratchers. It’s not really about cultural differences; it’s more like discovering interesting items... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 05-05-16


Beitou Hot Springs: Taipei’s Urban Heaven

Is there a better way to spend an afternoon than soaking in a natural hot spring? Well, there might be but this is pretty hard to beat. Even before buying a... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 04-05-16


Exploring (But Mostly Just Eating) Taipei

I’d had no plans to go to Taiwan. It’s not like I had anything against the country. It’s just that, like most other Westerners, I knew little about it. As a tech... Read More

Travel Post by Whats Dave Doing? on the 01-07-15


Inside a Buddhist Temple in Taiwan

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Travel Post by LandLopers on the 20-02-14


Accidental Travel: Corporate Team Building In The Jungles of Taiwan

A few months ago I traveled to Taiwan with AFAR Magazine to co-write an advertorial sponsored by Taiwan Tourism. The goal was for me to experience many divergent activities around... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 15-01-14


Three Must-See Sights in Taiwan You Didn’t Know Existed

I learned a lot while traveling around Taiwan, but I was especially surprised by how little I knew about this island nation before first arriving. Of all the sites and... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 22-12-13


Jungle Trek: Learning About Aboriginal Culture in Taiwan

I was in Taiwan on an assignment with AFAR Magazine and the guest of the Taiwan Tourism Bureau but all thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.Amidst the glitz and... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 21-12-13


My Favorite Adventure Travel Experiences of 2013

I describe my web site and style of travel as luxury adventure, yet most people aren’t always familiar with this term. That’s ok, it’s purposefully vague as it encompasses a... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 17-12-13


Fog Rolling Over Rice Paddies in Taiwan

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Travel Post by LandLopers on the 02-12-13


Hanging Wish Cards at the Paper Dome Church in Taiwan

The post Hanging Wish Cards at the Paper Dome Church in Taiwan appeared first on LandLopers. ... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 26-11-13


42 Things I Love About Taiwan

1. Peking duck at the Celestial Restaurant in Taipei. Best.In.The.World.2. Getting answers from divination stones at any Buddhist temple3. Eating at one of the many quirky cafes in Taiwan –... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 07-11-13


Red Chinese Lanterns And A Blue Sky In Taiwan

The post Red Chinese Lanterns And A Blue Sky In Taiwan appeared first on LandLopers. ... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 30-10-13


The Day I Chewed Betel Nuts in Taiwan

Driving around Taiwan I saw the bright neon signs everywhere, like twinkling spokes of a wheel beckoning customers to stop. The shops were all similar, glass boxes or small stores... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 21-10-13


An Unlikely Adventure Travel Hotspot – Taiwan

Before first setting foot on Taiwan’s soil I had certain preconceptions about what to do and see there. I imagined good meals, interesting temples and fast paced cities. What I... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 17-10-13


The Impressive Memorial Hall Square in Taipei, Taiwan

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Travel Post by LandLopers on the 15-10-13


Five Offbeat Destinations In Taiwan

Taiwan will always hold a special place in our hearts. It’s a place where the locals go out of their way to display enormous amounts of kindness to each and every... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 04-10-13


Learning How To Eat The Best Dumplings In The World at Din Tai Fung

  “Sometimes I wait for two-hours on the weekends just to get in,” my host shared with me as we casually walked through the doors of the busy restaurant, servers darting... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 24-09-13


One of My Favorite Views: Lotus Blossoms and Rice Paddies in Chishang, Taiwan

The post One of My Favorite Views: Lotus Blossoms and Rice Paddies in Chishang, Taiwan appeared first on LandLopers. ... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 23-09-13


Best things to do in September 2013

A Venitian goldola regetta, a nomad festival, moon cakes for all, and a few weeks of hedonistic drinking… September could be a big month for you! Regata Storica Venice, Italy: September 1 The... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 14-08-13


Adventures in Asia Amid Teaching ESL in China and Taiwan

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.TeachingTraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.TeachingTraveling.com it has been stolen without permission.... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 24-07-13


Bicycling and hiking in Taiwan

Taiwan is a unique landmass formed about six million years ago when the Filipino and Asian plates began colliding with each other.  The central mountain range formed from the Asian plate... Read More

Travel Post by Family on Bikes on the 15-07-13


Taiwan’s East Coast: A rugged, yet spectacular, area

The small mountain range that runs along Taiwan’s east coast is covered with lush green forests which accentuate the already spectacular coastline. Rugged in both its physical and cultural characteristics, the... Read More

Travel Post by Family on Bikes on the 11-07-13


Exploring Taiwan: A Photo Essay

There was a compelling force within me, driving me forward, demanding that I push on. Riding a bicycle always does this to me. It gives me the freedom to explore and... Read More

Travel Post by Family on Bikes on the 07-07-13


A Great Job Teaching in Taiwan Without Experience or TESOL

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.TeachingTraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.TeachingTraveling.com it has been stolen without permission.... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 22-06-13


Ladies Smiling on Metro | Taipei, Taiwan | Travel Photo

Today’s smiling faces travel photo is of a couple of Taiwanese ladies smiling while taking the Metro (MRT) around downtown Taipei – Formosa, Taiwan.  One of the advantages of having... Read More

Travel Post by Smiling Faces Travel Photos on the 11-10-12


Performer in Taiwan | Danshui, Taiwan | Travel Photo

Today’s smiling faces travel photo is a foreign performer doing some incredible stunts while delighting a weekend crowd in Danshui, Taiwan.  It was obvious that she had spent hours perfecting... Read More

Travel Post by Smiling Faces Travel Photos on the 05-09-12