Go and take in Taipei’s iconic landmarks, feed your hunger at the bustling night markets, and jump right into the colourful culture.
If you’ve ever wanted to launch your own sky lantern, explore the remains of a Japanese gold mine, and walk through streets that inspired Miyazaki’s classic "Spirited Away," you’re in for a treat.
Here you’ll find the most magnificent terrain of giant red cypress trees that are more than 2,000 years old, Rivendell-like hiking trails, and trains from a different era.
I have no doubt that when you can actually see a sunrise, the view is quite glorious. We weren’t quite lucky enough due to the time of year, but that’s kind of how it goes!
The southern city of Kaohsiung is Taiwan’s second-largest city is nothing like its bigger brother and that’s what makes it such a worthy destination. With its graffiti, art installations, galleries, trendy cafes, and boutiques, it’s the perfect place to wander.
Kenting occupies the most southern part of Taiwan and is the country’s very own beach vacation destination with long stretches of sand, big waves, and more. We made the best of it with our mix of water and land-based fun.