Walk in Taiwan, a Taipei-based tour organizer, has spent the past ten years crafting meaningful excursions for both domestic and international tourists. Based on the philosophy that you have to walk through a place to get a true sense of it, its tours offer in-depth insights into a selection of Taiwan’s unique communities.
There is an ever-growing number of quality options to get your cocktail fix in Taipei. Whether you want a multisensory experience in a chic bistro or just want to take your drink home, the city’s talented mixologists will be sure to have something that will meet your needs.
As well as being the arrival gateways to eastern Taiwan for many visitors, the cities of Hualien and Taitung are also focal points of local indigenous culture. So before you set off to explore the wilds of the east, it’s worth taking the time to experience some indigenous life in these urban settings.
The once remote East Coast is one of Taiwan’s last great tribal strongholds. Traveling here, it’s hard to miss the myriad roadside indigenous totems, murals, arches, and statues, but to get any real understanding of tribal Taiwan you need to delve a little deeper.