As we talk about Tainan, it might be a city with historic atmosphere or a city riches in fishery. Old buildings and temples are everywhere in the city while oyster farms and salt mountains are omnipresent in some regions. The oldest extant salt field is located in Jingjijiao, Beimen in Tainan. It is called Jingzaijiao Tile-paved Salt Fields(井仔腳瓦盤鹽田). If you have chance to visit Jingjijiao, you will see salts piling up like tiny snow mountains. The salt fields in Jingjijiao is the first salt field in Beimen, which already have a history of 200 years and can be seen as the oldest salt…

When Christmas comes, every places are busy preparing and decorating for the grand festival, so does Taiwan.There are different themes for Christmas in different city. If you go mad about pink, then you must have a trip to Pingtung Park! With the overall theme of pink, every Christmas decoration in Pingtung park is pink! The government turns the park into a pink Christmas wonderland. There are about 10 installation arts painted in pink. The most popular facility might be the pink and fantastic carousel. You need to buy the ticket before you can take the carousel. One ticket can be used to ride…

There is a settlement looks like the tribe that you've seen in the fairy tale story. Beautiful and colorful walls with inclined top, there are 42 tiny chalets standing in the mountain. Like an isolated wonderland, the tribe is called Toe'uana, Gassho-zukuri of Taiwan.   在 Instagram 查看這則貼文   Wade Lee(@wad3photography)分享的貼文 於 PDT 2018 年 10月 月 28 日 下午 11:07 張貼 Many years ago, the typhoon Morakot hit Taiwan, causing many heavy losses in Taiwan. Among them, the Tsou Laiji tribe in Alishan Township, Chiayi County experienced a terrible wrath, so 88 residents of Laiji tribe moved to the Alishan 152…

The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts was originally a Neiweipi wetland filled with irrigation ponds (Pitang in Chinese). After southern Taiwan's first public fine art museum was founded in 1994, it became southern Taiwan's most important modern art and culture hub. The “Kids' Art Museum”, which emphasized child art education and active learning, was opened in 2005. It provides children with a place for more discovery, exploration and in which to experience art, while simultaneously developing their artistic potential through interactive games. A public art park was planned outside, with 40 pieces of all kinds of sculpture and installation art…

Tainan can be seen as the first city in Taiwan. Locals will tell you that if you want to learn the history of Taiwan, then come to Tainan! Tainan has a long history and there's a word said "If you haven't been to Tainan, you haven't really visited Taiwan." Tainan offers historic sites and old buildings, various carnival-like religious festivals traditional local culture, and wonderful international exhibition and competitions. Ancient capital Tainan has distinctive cultural characteristics, offering a wide variety of options for eating, drinking, playing and entertainment. There are 7 unmissable festivals and events of Tainan. You won't be bored in…

LUCfest is a showcase festival combines music forum that foothold in Taiwan, and aims to connect with Asia to further the global music industry. LUCfest has become a new option for people to take holidays and travels in Tainan, enjoying the music and the atmosphere of the ancient city, Tainan. From 11/30/2018(Fri) to 12/2/2018 (Sun), LUCfest will present a 3 days’ event in Tainan, more than 10 showcase performances will be hold at 6 different stages around the city. It is expected to have over 40 performing artists to participate the showcase, along with internationally renowned music artists, record companies, labels,…

Tainan is a city full of history and culture. You'll experience such friendly warmth unlike anything you've ever imagined before. In the surrounding area of Tainan train station, you'll find a bustling shopping district. With its convenient location at an affordable price, Tainan is really a city that suit for backpackers in Taiwan. If you have spent time in Taipei, a walk through Tainan almost seems as if you're been transported to a different country. If you want to experience the passion of locals and different life style of Taiwan, come to Tainan! By the way, it will be more…

Activity story Crowned as one of the Eight Wonders of Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake was also chosen by President Chiang to receive international guests. Until today, it has always been one of Taiwan’s must-loved destinations by both tourists and locals. Visitors can also experience a variety of ecology and culture in Sun Moon Lake all year round- firefly season in spring and summer, colorful butterflies and frogs in summer and fall, annual Harvest Festival for Thao people, Fireworks and Music Festival in autumn, and hot springs in winter. “Sun Moon Lake Fireworks and Music Festival” held from September to November has…

Taiwan's railways offer an endless variety of experience, and the scenery lining their routes provides an infinite range of fascinating scenery. If you want to get a close look at the island's beauties without having to suffer the troubles of unfamiliar roads and the frustrations of traffic congestion, then you could do no better than choose a railroad tour and immerse yourself in the delights of enchanting coastlines, awesome mountains, placid farmlands, and engrossing countryside. Alishan Forest Railway carries passengers through four climatic zones and each section of the line passes by truly unique scenery. It also allows you to experience…

NanJiuBaoShan – 南久保山 is located in Pingtung not far from Laoqijia 老七佳. I’ve been to JiuBaoShan 久保山 and figured it was time I hiked to this peak. The morning had great weather and nice views on the way up to the trailhead.  It’s quite a climb, even by motorcycle. You’ll eventually be at the “top” when you see this place. From here you can go left or right. Whichever way you choose it’s one large circle that will bring you back here. I suggest taking the left road. You’ll wind through more mountain roads and eventually come to some really tall grass, or maybe…