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15th November 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

2 week Taiwan itinerary | Taipei to Taipei looping the Island

Taiwan is a really easy country to travel around, not only does it have fantastic transport infrastructure such as reliable and fast trains, as well as well priced buses, but it is the perfect shape and size to loop the whole way around visiting many of Taiwan’s cities, towns and national parks as you go. On my first visit to Taiwan, I did the perfect 1-week itinerary in Taiwan taking me from Taipei to Kaohsiung down the East Coast. On my second trip to Taiwan, I spent my 2 weeks in Taiwan...

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14th November 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

16 Places to visit in Taiwan

Taiwan may be a small island but it is full of incredible places to visit! From cultural historic cities, port cities and modern cities, to National Parks and Islands, Taiwan really has it all! Best of all, it’s easy to travel around Taiwan by train and bus and thanks to the size of Taiwan island, it’s possible to see a lot of Taiwan in 1 week or 2 weeks. Although if you have 1 month in Taiwan to spare, I’d say to go for it as you won’t regret visiting Taiwan!...

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11th November 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

1-3 day Itinerary for Taichung

Taichung may be the second biggest city in Taiwan but it has got nothing on Taipei, in my opinion. There are a few popular Taichung attractions but I will warn you now that these popular places to visit in Taichung are pretty spread out and getting around Taichung is not easy as there is no metro system so you need to rely on walking, uber, taxi’s or buses, and I couldn’t quite get my head around how to catch a bus in Taichung....

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3rd May 2020 by The Wandering Quinn

Visiting the Lotus Pond in Kaohsiung and what the temples mean

Lotus Pond is one of the top places to visit in Kaohsiung and should be on your Kaohsiung itinerary because there’s a lot to see there and thanks to the impressive Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, and Instagram, it’s now a very iconic place in Kaohsiung. Kaohsiung Lotus Pond is a bit out of the way and away from the other tourist attractions in Kaohsiung so it’s best to plan your visit there correctly so you don’t run out of time and you do all of the things to do at Lotus Pond while you...

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3rd May 2020 by The Wandering Quinn

2-3 day itinerary for Kaohsiung

From fishing village to port city to a now an up and coming tourist destination, Kaohsiung in Southern Taiwan is full of history, tasty food and friendly people! How long to spend in Kaohsiung? My recommendation is 2 or 3 days in Kaohsiung because although I really love this city and I do think it’s underrated, Kaohsiung in Taiwan is not huge, many of the popular things to do in Kaohsiung can be seen in just a few days and there are plenty of other amazing places to see in Taiwan!...

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20th September 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

Visiting Cijin Island From Kaohsiung. Things To Do in Cijin Island

Why Visit Cijin Island in Kaohsiung? I’d go as far as saying that Cijin Island was the most touristy place I visited in Taiwan (here’s my full Taiwan itinerary), however, this wasn’t a bad thing because essentially it’s just a really fun place that you can enjoy as a group or solo as I did. Cijin Island in Kaohsiung is a place where you can ride around on electric bikes and golf buggies alongside palm trees and the ocean, and of course stop for some delicious Taiwanese food whilst at...

27th March 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

First impressions of Taipe & Raohe night food market

I flew from Kuala Lumpur to Taipei which is my first time in Taiwan! I headed straight out to one of Taipei's best and most popular street food night markets - Raohe Night Market! I used the Taipei MRT system buying an Easy Card top up card which is the recommended way to use the MRT in Taipei as they save you money. I'm vegetarian so I struggled a little with the food at the night market as barely any of the signs were in English but I managed to get things to eat! My first...