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Formidable Formosa

TAIWAN | Fri, 18 Jul 2014 | By djalidjali | Views [435]

After an exhausting night of a missing connection flight drama, I have finally departed from Kuala Lumpur and landed safe and sound in Taoyuan in the late of afternoon. You wouldn’t smell and feel the spirit of Taiwan in this international airport ... Read more >

Tags: nature, seven eleven, sightseeing, taiwan

Photos: Taiwan/ Formosa/ Home

TAIWAN | Tue, 27 May 2014 | By ciel | Photo Gallery

This album is an album of my homeland. The Formosa Island, Taiwan! :)
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Tags: chikan tower, confucian temple, eda, formosa boulevard station, home, kaosiung, lavender cottage, taiwan

Photos: Taiwan/ Sky Corridor

TAIWAN | Tue, 27 May 2014 | By ciel | Photo Gallery

On a trip my family and I went on a trip High :)
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Tags: sky corridor, taiwan, tea

Trip to East Taiwan

TAIWAN | Sat, 24 May 2014 | By ciel | Views [408]

Three years ago on a great summer day my family and I went on a trip to East Taiwan. At that time I was still young and was still looking forward to exciting adventures so I was disappointed when I know we are going to the east of Taiwan, since ... Read more >

Tags: food, friendly, passionate, people, scene, taiwan

Listening to Birds in Taiwan

TAIWAN | Fri, 2 May 2014 | By twelli | Views [374] | Video

Made an early-morning recording of birds singing in Taipei's forest. Great for playing in the background while working or calming your nervous dog.    Travel in Taiwan iPad app:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/travel-in-taiwan/id588665954?mt=8 ... Read more >

Tags: birds, hiking, nature, song, taipei, taiwan

Photos: Formosa

TAIWAN | Thu, 24 Apr 2014 | By hapakuna | Flickr Photo Gallery

2 months in Taiwan, from Taipei to the East Coast, city life to stunning nature and awesome food
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Tags: hapakuna, hengchun, hualien, kaohsiung, tainan, taiwan, taiwan food, taroko, taroko gorge, zhong li

Rubber Duck in Taiwan

TAIWAN | Sun, 3 Nov 2013 | By yosaki | Views [337]

Rubber Duck has finally arrived in Kaohsiung   Mainly we Taiwanese love roast duck......   the sunset is exotic     I personally like this shot

Tags: asia, duck, kaohsiung, rubber, taiwan

Goodbye Taiwan

TAIWAN | Thu, 3 Oct 2013 | By travelinglotus | Views [338]

All the good-byes have been said, I am almost packed, and I leave for the airport in 6 hours.  As with all my good-byes, it is bittersweet. I've lived longer in Taiwan than any other foreign country, and will always have a fond place in my heart ... Read more >

Tags: goodbyes, new beginnings, taiwan

Photos: Taiwan

TAIWAN | Sun, 29 Sep 2013 | By travelinglotus | Photo Gallery

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Tags: asia, island living, kaohsiung, rubber ducky, taiwan

Photos: My Scholarship entry - Burning of the King Boat

TAIWAN | Sat, 12 Jan 2013 | By ongoing | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Photography is my life, our planet is my home and nature is my passion. My camera is my constant companion and I always looking for the next moment of life to capture. I have a sincere desire to share what I see through my heart and lens with the world.... Read more >
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Tags: boat, ceremony, fire, taiwan, taoism, tradition, travel

Sometimes it doesn't all go as you'd like.

TAIWAN | Fri, 21 Dec 2012 | By bundynbeaches | Views [467] | Comments [1]

In the Lonely Planet Taiwan guidebook there is a little town south of Taideng that's doesn't get much of a review other than it was apparently named as one of the best places to view the sunrise of the new millennium.  But it has a beach! ... Read more >

Tags: taiwan

Taipei touring

TAIWAN | Mon, 17 Dec 2012 | By bundynbeaches | Views [725]

Seeing as the recent history of Taiwan involves both the Japanese and Chinese the place is an interesting mix of both. Mandarin is the spoken language but there are the subtle Japanese gardens, lane ways between houses and heaps of Sushi and Shabu Shabu ... Read more >

Tags: markets, taipei, taiwan

Photos: Taipei

TAIWAN | Wed, 12 Dec 2012 | By bundynbeaches | Photo Gallery

Touring around Taiwan's capitol by subway and on foot
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Tags: taipei, taiwan

Taiwan - Typhoon Double Hit

TAIWAN | Tue, 28 Aug 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [331]

Taiwan is bracing for a rare double-whammy as typhoon Tembin wheels around and is expected to hit the country’s south again early on Tuesday. Tembin has already unleashed the worst rains in a century when it crossed the southernmost tip ... Read more >

Tags: eastern asia, natural disaster, taiwan, travel-alert

China Braces For Typhoons Saola and Damrey - Travel Alert

CHINA | Thu, 2 Aug 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [2250]

The South East coast of China is bracing itself as two fierce typhoons threaten to strike after leaving a trail of destruction in The Philippines and Taiwan. Typhoon Damrey - which formed in the southeast of Japan on Sunday - is making ... Read more >

Tags: china, damrey, philippines, saola, taiwan, travel-alert

Taiwan Safety Guide

TAIWAN | Thu, 10 May 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [571]

Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, is home to a little over 23-million people almost indistinguishable from the 1.3 Billion just 200 kilometers across the sea, but here they play baseball, have modern high-speed trains, and democratic elections.... Read more >

Tags: asia, republic of china, taiwan, travel-safety-tips

My Scholarship entry - Seeing the world through other eyes

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 23 Apr 2012 | By stefan_mo | Views [234] | Scholarship Entry

As I entered the living room, the sight was not one to surprise me, since it was a common sight in Taiwanese houses. These large and tall living rooms, with white ceilings and white tiles, that double as garages or storage rooms are ever so common here.... Read more >

Tags: encounters, people, taiwan, travel writing scholarship 2012

Photos: The Gallery of Rhonda Mix

TAIWAN | Sun, 27 Mar 2011 | By rhonda_mix | Photo Gallery

Sun Moon Lake, Nantou, Taiwan
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Tags: sun moon lake, taiwan

My Travel Writing Scholarship 2011 entry - Journey in an Unknown Culture

WORLDWIDE | Fri, 25 Mar 2011 | By imperfectrhyme | Views [714] | Scholarship Entry

Insight in Incense I never knew well the deceased Taiwanese poet, whose framed portrait is propped high in a mammoth-sized diadem of tropical flowers—the pale purples, pinks, and whites contrasting with the traditional reds and lustrous golds of the ... Read more >

Tags: #2011writing, buddhist temple, death, funeral, funeral customs, mausoleum, taiwan, travel writing scholarship 2011

Inside World Festivals: Dragon Boat Festival/Duanwu Festival

CHINA | Fri, 4 Jun 2010 | By worldfestivals | Views [3041] | Video

China’s Dragon Boat Festival, with its colorful and creative boats crafted to resemble mythical dragons, is one of the world’s most incredible and memorable events.  Held every June, spectators from all over the world gather alongside the rivers to ... Read more >

Tags: boat races, china, chinese culture, chinese festivals, dragon boat, taiwan, world festivals

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