Taiwan or officially call “the Republic of China” is a state in East Asia. Neighboring states include the People’s Republic of China to the west, Japan to the north-east, and the Philippines to the south. Taiwan Island is located between tropical and subtropical by climate and surrounded by the sea. The average temperature is 22 degrees Celsius per year. Taiwan use Mandarin as the official language. They’re also use Hokkien (Hainan) in a common language used and senior people can use English for communicate.
Food in Native food
Condiments are usually derived from nature. Mostly wild foods. For example, the local food is cooked with wild boar meat. Roasted chicken Herbs from the forest to fry. This traditional dining experience. Taiwanese people are considered spiritual and culture of Taiwan. Sample of local favorites food such as peach, tea, fried pork, turkey, lotus, fried noodles, fish.
Where to go:
1. Sun Moon Lake in Yuchi Town
Sun Moon Lake or “日月潭” is in the foothills of Taiwan’s Central Mountain Range. Sun Moon Lake is locate in Yuchi town at Nantou County. It’s surrounded by forested peaks and has foot trails. East of the lake, the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village is a theme park with a section devoted to re-created indigenous villages. Displays here include centuries-old carved lintel pieces, handicrafts and weapons. The Sun Moon Lake Ropeway cable car offers views of the mountains and water. As beautiful as the painting with natural diversity of the water to the summit, from the height of 600-2000 meters, length 33 kilometers, is a complex mountain lake surrounded. Outstanding landscape The lake looks like the sun and moon crescent.
2. Fengjia Night Market in Taichung
Feng Chia Night Market (FengJia Night Market or 逢甲夜市) located at Wenhua Road, Xitun District, Taichung City, Taiwan. Fengjia Night Market is the market from Taichung city in Taiwan country. Market also the largest night market in Taiwan. This market open everyday from 16:00 pm. to 02:00 am. From Taichung Train Station (台中火車站) take TCBus (台中客運) route 35 and stop at Fengchia University stop (逢甲大學站).
3. Dongmen Traditional market in Taipei
Dongmen Traditional market in Taipei, Taiwan and address is No. 81號, Section 2, Xinyi Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan. The market have many types of foods.
4. Chung Tai Chan Monastery in Puli
The Monastery is a Mahayana Buddhist temple built in September 2000 as a pilgrimage site. Of Taiwanese It is a monastic university with thousands of classrooms for monks to study the Dharma and was named one of the most modern temples in the world. In 1999, a severe earthquake struck in Taichung district. The villages and buildings around the temple were severely damaged. However, the monk Shih Tzu was not damaged at all. Since then many people have put together faith in this measure very much. By Train: Take the train to Taichung Station. Continue by bus at Nantou and take off at Puli Station. Then take a taxi. To reach the temple
5. Nantou County
Nantou is located in central Taiwan and the largest county in Taiwan. It is the only one with no coastal area. Which most areas are mountainous. Its name derives from the Hoanya Taiwanese aboriginal word Ramtau. Nantou County is officially administered as a county of Taiwan. This city is rich with resources. Nantou is a tourist attraction. The most central part of the country is home stay. And watch the morning mist. During the summer, cool temperatures are about 13-16 degrees Celsius. Attractions on the Nantou Peninsula are Suriyan Lake, Chancheng Shandong Farm Show) and Jijji Train Station.
6. Shihmen Dam in Taoyuan City
Shihmen Dam is a major rock fill dam across the Dahan River in northern Taoyuan City. It is the most important dam and a place to visit. It is a wonderful place to find cherry blossoms. Watch some birds of the dam with a lot of fish. The dam opened to the public in 1964 with the height of 133m and 680,000m3 for the water conservation capacity with 6 gates. A power generator plant of Shihmen Dam on a circular walkway. The reservoir functions as a generator of electricity, supplier of water, preventer of flood, irrigator of farmlands.
7. Xuanzang Buddhist Temple
Xuanzang Temple located at No. 389, Zhongzheng Road, Yuchi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan. This temple is Temple of the Tang Dynasty also has another important place is a pagoda or chedi, which legend has it that the Tang Dynasty pagoda has built this pagoda up where the wild goose fell. This is a strange event. And believe that wild goose is a Bodhisattva. The chedi was built to commemorate the Bodhisattva. The pagoda is also used to preserve the relics, as well as the scriptures that were brought from India. I can remember that. The priests who study.
8. Rainbow Village in Taichung
Rainbow Village is a small village but the charm of the Taichung city was Taichung, a city in the Republic of China (Taiwan) Rainbow Village. It was built between 1940 and 1950 to serve as a temporary military residence. But ended up being a permanent settlement of those soldiers. Today, the village has become a hotspot for tourism in Taichung.
9. Sun Moon Lake Wen Wu Taoist temple
Sun Moon Lake Wen Wu Taoist temple in Taiwan. The temple located at No. 63, Zhongzheng Road, Yuchi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan. Wen Wu Temple or Guan Temple is a famous temple and is said to be another holy place of Taiwan. The statue of the Confucian Prophet, the god of wisdom and the deity of the goddess, is enshrined. It is respectful of Chinese and Taiwanese. The temple has two lions marble, which is worth 1 million Taiwan dollars ever.
10. Taiwan Hot Spring
Taiwan mineral water have benefits of mineral water in the hot springs. It’s a great and wonderful way. Helps to enjoy and have health benefits. Relaxation Stress Sulfuric mineral water can help treat many joint diseases and skin diseases. In contrast, hot spring with sodium carbonate. Clear and no color The smell helps with gastrointestinal disorders. Sometimes it can be drunk. This type of hot spring is common in Taiwan.
11. Taipei 101 Building in Taipei
Taipei 101 located at No. 7, Section 5, Xinyi Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan. Taipei 101 was one of the tallest buildings in the world. Until July 22, 2007, it was ‘Burj Khalifa’ or ‘Dubai Tower’. It’s a tall skyscraper in Taipei. Taiwan is 508 meters high. Designed by C. Y. Lee, Taiwanese architect. Structural engineering Built by excellent engineering, it is resistant to earthquakes and aerial sabotage The fastest elevator in the world. At a mere 1,010 m, it is one of Taipei’s most fashionable shopping districts.
12. The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (中正紀念堂) is a national monument, landmark and tourist attraction erected in memory. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Made of the whole marble. For the study of biographies and works of former President Chiang Kai-shek, take a photo with a large brass statue located in the upper hall. The lower floor is the exhibition hall and belongings of the former leader. The building is marble in the back. It looks like a candle in Beijing. Spectacular It is a very famous tourist attraction of Taipei City. The side of the memorial tower It is a large musical theater and theater. The Memorial Hall builted with Chinese architecture.
13. Tamsui Old Street in New Taipei City
Tamsui Old Street (Danshui) in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Tamsui Old Street is historical place in New Taipei City, Taiwan. This is an ancient road along the Tonle Sap River, which was once a national port in 1858, so the city is filled with the aura of prosperity. And the pride of the former seaport. Within the city are buildings and buildings in the form of Western architecture. And southern japan Throughout the river, there are many shops selling local produce. Including local restaurants, full of shops, carnival games, restaurants, cafés, and xiaochi snacks.
14. Yehliu Geopark
Yehliu Geopark in New Taipei City. Yehliu Geopark is home to a number of unique geological formations including the iconic “Queen’s Head” in northern Taiwan. The area is pointed to the sea. When the Taiwanese began to push from the sea to the surface millions of years ago. The erosion of sea water and sea breeze causes the stalagmites are quite different shapes. Particularly, the headstone of Queen Alice, Beth It is famous around the world. Visitors to the trip will have to take pictures with this stone.
15. Jiufen Old Street
Jiuquan Ancient Village (Jiufen Old Street, 九份) located in Jiuquan City It is a mountain village and has a unique history. Located in the mountains in the city of Keelung. This is the most famous pedestrian street in Taiwan. Filled with various things From the toys, beautiful products and crafts. This is the scene of the filming of the movie “Pingsch Cheng” and “Wuyuan Sun San Chiu”. There are beautiful mountain scenery in the movie scene.
16. Sanxia Old Street in Sanxia District
Sanxia Old Street (三峽老街) is between the mountains and plains of northern Taiwan. It is one of the first lands to bring prosperity to Taiwan due to its access to the river. Ancient streets of Dacia Baroque architecture symbolizes the city’s prosperity before other cities. The ancient baroque streets of Taiwan are preserved with architecture of this city will be held in the old days when the newly established People’s Republic of China. There are shops and streets in the streets of the city and selling a lot of products.
17. Cihu Mausoleum Historical landmark
Cihu Mausoleum Historical landmark (兩蔣文化園區, 慈湖雕塑紀念公園) is field Marshal Chiang Kai-shek, the first president of the Republic of China that believed to have seen the town of Shih Tzu, his home in China. Cihu Mausoleum officially known as the Mausoleum of Late President Chiang or President Chiang Kai-shek Mausoleum. He has instructed his family and friends to bring his body to the place where he was buried. President Jiang Jiabao, the second son of Taiwan’s president. I was brought to the burial site near Liao.
In the past, President Chiang Kai-shek used to vacation. The grounds and extensive lawns. The highlight of this is Statue of President Chiang Kai-shek in various ways. There are countless lined lawns around. It was preserved here during the opposition KMT’s rule in 2000-2008, in order to escape the destruction of the opposition party.
18. Window on China Theme Amusement in Longtan District
Window on China Theme Amusement park located at no. 891號, Gaoyuan Road, Longtan District, Taoyuan City of Taiwan. The theme park opened during July 7, 1984. The park is consisted of 3 areas including Mini World, Water Park, and Amusement Park.
19. Martyrs’ Shrine in Zhongshan District
Martyrs’ Shrine (忠烈祠) is located at No. 139號, Beian Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan. The Martyr’s Shrine is right next to the Grand Hotel. It is the worship of 330,000 soldiers who sacrificed during the Chinese-Japanese War. And the civil war of China. The ceremony is held. The soldiers will wear uniforms and turn around every hour. From 09.00 onwards is a picture that attracts many tourists to take a photo as a souvenir. At the front gate is guarded by active ROC military personnel, and visitors are welcome to observe the changing of the guard at the top of every hour until 5.00 pm.
20. Longshan Temple in Wanhua District
The temple was built in Taipei in 1738 by settlers from Fujian during Qing rule in honor of Guanyin. It served as a place of worship and a gathering place for the Chinese settlers.