Eastern Taiwan

How Stunning Eastern Beauty Is ! Five Days To The East Coast

Beauty in the east: five days on Taiwan’s east coast  @Taiwanscene One of the most beautiful parts of Taiwan, Asia and potentially the world, Taiwan’s east coast is lined with gorgeous scenery, packed with hidden scenic gems and known for its friendly indigenous people, a trip to the east coast should be in every visitor to Taiwan’s itinerary. Including a stop at the awe-inspiring Taroko Gorge and a ride through the rice paddies of the Chishang Bicycle Trail, MyTaiwanTour’s five-day

Southern Taiwan

The View Which in the Clouds Should Not Be Missed In Alishan

Alishan – A World of High-Mountain Tea Up in the Clouds @Taiwan Scene For Taiwan travelers, the word “Alishan” stimulates a whirlwind of pleasant imagery. The Alishan National Scenic Area in Chiayi is a central mountains region that is one of Taiwan’s most popular vacation getaway destinations. It’s also one of the top attractions with international tourists. The images? Soaring cypress and cedar forests, and massive “sacred trees” over 1000 years old. A narrow-gauge alpine tourist railway built by the

Food to Eat

Who make Bubble Tea a Reputation abroad – Chun Shui Tang

[Taiwan Insider] The Origins of Bubble Tea with Chun Shui Tang @TaiwanScene Bubble tea, bōbà nǎichá (波霸奶茶), or zhēnzhū nǎichá (珍珠奶茶) – no matter what you call it, this chewy, milky glass of goodness is without doubt Taiwan’s most popular drink. But, did you know that it was invented here in Taiwan? (Image source: Taiwan Scene) The famous beverage’s origins date back to the 1980s and a Taichung tea shop by the name of Chun Shui Tang (春水堂). Now a