10 Things to Do in Taiwan That You Shouldn't Miss
You could spend months exploring Taiwan’s Buddhist temples, villages, cities, and mountains and still barely scratch the surface of all the island has to offer. Here Confucius meets C-pop in a cultural mash-up of a place where traditional festivals are as important as hip-hop and cell phones. Taipei, Taichung, and Kaohsiung each burst with opportunities to explore, learn, shop, and dine. Don’t miss breathtaking natural features like Sun Moon Lake, the hot springs of Tainan, and Taroko Gorge.
1. Fulong International Sand Sculpture Festival
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Reviewed By LizaNugrohoWiranatha
Amazing sand sculpture.So many people come around from many countries. Great view.. So Beautiful
2. Tiger City
4 based on 5 reviews
Reviewed By dannyl231
Always good for wholesome fun
I love going to Tiger city. There is a cinema on the top floor which is very good. There’s a few restaurants which are very nice or if you want something quicker there is fast food such a Mcdonalds and a couple of other fast food places. Actually I love g
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By Tomonori A - Zama, JapanZama, Japan
4. Baishajia Lighthouse
4 based on 12 reviews
Reviewed By Eric C
Very beautiful lighthouse
Very beautiful lighthouseIt's a pretty lighthouse. it was built by Japanese. It still working and running. for family or couple is good for take a walk around there.
5. Nanyuan Garden Resort Farm
4 based on 17 reviews
Reviewed By Sheue - Singapore, SingaporeSingapore, Singapore
Outdoor fun for kids
We went in a group of 12, 4 adults and 8 kids age 7 to 16. We stayed 3 nights in the chalet styled rooms which is quite old and beds were very hard but still clean. Even though weather is cool but there were still some mosquitoes. Have to be prepared but
6. Miniatures Museum of Taipei
4 based on 306 reviews
The first miniature museum in Asia showing dollhouses and cut-away views of rooms from around the world. The delicate Rose Mansion is the crown jewel of the collection.
Reviewed By rain498 - Singapore, SingaporeSingapore, Singapore
An interesting place
Kind of stumbled upon this place, so we thought why not give it a try. The museum is at basement of an office building. Admission fee was NT$180 per person. We spent about 1.5 hours in there.The Buckingham Palace model was at one-twelfth scale. I liked th
7. Elephant Mountain (aka Nangang District Hiking Trail)
4.5 based on 3110 reviews
Reviewed By henghown - Singapore, SingaporeSingapore, Singapore
The hiking trail starting points depending where you are. The most easy is to take the red line and alight on Xianshan station or Elephant Mountain station.You have to walk pass the park and follow the sign board to the entrance of the trail. The starting
8. Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
4 based on 7235 reviews
Sixty-two landscaped acres of gardens and walkways surround this marble and tile landmark building.
Reviewed By Hoong Nan Y - Dallas, TexasDallas, Texas
Worth a visit if you've never been!
My partner and I have not visited Liberty Square since 2005. We went back to visit it in March 2019 because our friend Susan was traveling with us, and she had never been to Asia before. We took the MRT to CKS Memorial Hall Station, and upon exiting the s
9. Chungbuk Fall Pine
3.5 based on 8 reviews
Reviewed By MandC0218 - Riverside, CaliforniaRiverside, California
Scenic Little Place to Visit
Small public parking with a little wait to get a parking spot.Parking on the street is another option. Interesting to see the pines in the water in one area, and pines on regular soil in another. Perfect photo opportunity. Recommended.
10. Longtan Tourist Pond
4 based on 24 reviews
Reviewed By James C - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
Really need more history input
It was a badly managed parked in the 70s and 80s and nowadays is getting better, better managed, but I wished personally, they provide even more detail of the history of this park, the park, is built on a natural spring, the spring water flows strongly ,