Niutousi Farm is a small operation in Yilan, allowing visitors to get up close with retired water buffalos and cows. You can also try your hand at ploughing and use cow dung as fuel for firing an oven to make popcorn.
Ask any sweet-toothed visitor to Taiwan about local traditional-style pastries and they will surely rhapsodize about pineapple cakes. Delve a little deeper and you will discover a whole industry catering to confection cravings built on families of bakers that have honed their craft over generations.
Taichung is a modern city with many accommodation options for travelers. In this post we are introducing four four fine places to stay, located in the urban core of the city.
The Dakeng Scenic Area, located east of Taichung City’s urban core is a great area to go on hikes through verdant mountains and enjoy splendid views of the city in the distance.
There are countless heritage places in Taichung worth visiting. Many of them have been given new life and are great for one- or two-day walkabout tours.
The west region of Nantou County in central Taiwan is well known as a tea growing area. Tea plantations can be visited from the flatlands to mountains about 1,600 meters up.
The past decade has witnessed the proliferation of long-distance routes thanks to the hard work of one organization, the Taiwan Thousand Miles Trail Association.
Michelin, publishers of the world’s best-known restaurant guides, included the south of Taiwan for the first time when researching the latest edition of their Red Guide gourmet bible.
Here is an introduction to some of the top choices for accommodation in Kaohsiung most iconic city center views, such as Kaohsiung Port and Love River. Also find short introductions to four museums in central Kaohsiung.
Shoushan is the green lung of Kaohsiung City’s urban core. It’s easily reached and you can hike for a whole day without retracing your steps. Monkey sightings guaranteed!