Lotus pond
Chiang Kai-shek memorial hall
Spring and autumn pavillions
Chinese pavilion among cherry blossoms
Buddha statue at the Fo Guang Shan Buddha memorial center

Explore Taiwan

About Taiwan

Experience the vibrant culture and stunning landscapes of Taiwan, an island nation in the heart of Asia. Explore Taipei, the bustling capital, with its iconic Taipei 101 skyscraper, night markets offering delectable street food, and historical treasures like the National Palace Museum. Venture beyond the city to discover natural wonders like the Taroko Gorge, Sun Moon Lake, and Yushan National Park. Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting traditional temples, tea plantations, and hot springs. Enjoy the warmth of Taiwanese hospitality, the fusion of Chinese, Japanese, and indigenous influences in its cuisine, and the blend of modernity and tradition in its lifestyle. Whether you're a foodie, a nature lover, a history buff, or an adventure seeker, Taiwan offers a unique and unforgettable travel experience.

Destinations in Taiwan


Experience the vibrant city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan's southern gem. As the second largest city, Kaohsiung boasts a blend of modern skyscrapers, traditional markets, and lush parks. Explore the Love River, a charming waterway lined with cafes and art installations. Visit the Lotus Pond, home to numerous temples including the iconic Dragon and Tiger Pagodas. Don't miss the Pier-2 Art Center, a hub of creativity in converted warehouses. Enjoy panoramic city views from the 85 Sky Tower, or immerse yourself in local culture at the Liuhe Night Market. With a warm climate year-round, Kaohsiung is an ideal destination for outdoor activities. Whether you're a foodie, a history buff, or an adventure seeker, Kaohsiung has something for everyone.


Experience the vibrant city of Taipei, Taiwan - a captivating blend of traditional culture and cosmopolitan life. Marvel at the towering Taipei 101, once the world's tallest building, offering panoramic city views. Explore the bustling night markets, particularly Shilin and Raohe, famous for their street food delicacies. Immerse yourself in history at the National Palace Museum, home to one of the world's largest collections of Chinese art. Visit the serene Longshan Temple, a testament to Taiwan's rich spiritual heritage. Enjoy a relaxing soak in Beitou's hot springs or a tranquil walk in Yangmingshan National Park. With its efficient MRT system, navigating Taipei is a breeze. Experience the warmth of Taiwanese hospitality and the city's dynamic energy. Taipei, a city that never sleeps, awaits you.