What to See in Taiwan
Without a doubt, Taiwan is one of the best cities in the world where sightseeing spots and tourist attractions can be found in abundance. The island alone boasts of no less than 8 national parks, and among some of the more notable ones include Kenting National Park, Taroko National Park where the world famous Taroko Gorge can be found and Shei-Pa National Park.
If you are visiting Taiwan for the first time, you should prioritise your itinerary and visit Sun Moon Lake as soon as you can. Located in Nantou County, Sun Moon Lake is the premier place of attraction for both locals and tourists alike. Sun Moon Lake is essentially the area surrounding a most enchanting lake with mountains and natural landscapes around it. With green verdant highlands, great fishing spots, idyllic parks and gardens as well as a variety of activities to indulge in, you will want to bask in the total relaxation experienced only when you visit Sun Moon Lake.
Why pay top dollar to visit faraway beaches when you can enjoy an equally breathtaking experience offered by the stunning beaches in Taiwan? Taiwan is home to some of the best beaches in Asia where they are packed most of the months in the year (especially May through October) with travelers who are eager to explore the silky beaches, rolling waves and thrilling hiking trails. Places such as the Baishawan Beach, Kenting Beach, Fulong Beach, Green Island and Jibei Island are worth visiting during your stay in Taiwan.Read More
- Grand Island Tour
- Mangrove Forest & Eagle Watching Tour
- Sea Kayaking at Ang Thong Marine Park
- Flight of the Gibbon™ Zipline Tour
- Flight of the Gibbon™ Chonburi Zipline Tour
- Private Angkor Thom, Bayon, Ta Prohm & Angkor Wat Tour
- Small-Group Halong Bay Day Cruise
- Small-Group Saigon Night Tour & Dinner Cruise
- Local Flavors Food Walking Tour
- Small-Group Full-Day Mekong Delta Cruise