Tired of Taipei? There’s plenty of things to do in Keelung less than an hour away, from eating at a great night market, admiring all the coastal scenery and surprising history and culture in its midst.
Take a daytrip from Taipei to the scenic Taiwan North Coast and explore Wanli, home to the famous Yehliu Geopark and Wanli crabs, where you can paraglide and uncover an abandoned UFO village.
Skip Taipei and head to its next largest city Taichung instead. Famous for bubble tea, rainbow villages and daytrips to nearby Sun Moon Lake, here’s my guide on things to do in Taichung.
Uncovering the secrets of Taiwan’s last remaining active volcano, or that time I climbed 1,706 steps to the peak of Turtle Island.
Weiwuying is home to a new performing arts theatre, but right next door is some of the best street art in Kaohsiung – the Weiwuying Street Art Village.
Fresh seafood, beautiful coastal views and squid ink ice cream? There are lots of surprises and things to do in Nanfang’ao, a tiny fishing town in Yilan.
Skip the tourist crowds and head to the lesser-known local Taipei night markets for great Taiwanese street food at low prices.
Checking out the west coast of Taiwan by high speed rail and all the unique things you can do from Kaohsiung to Taipei and everywhere in-between.
Only have 48 hours for a quick weekend trip to Taipei? There’s always something new to explore – here’s an itinerary to maximise your weekend in Taipei.
Stressed out in Singapore? A quick getaway to Taipei is a great way for you to go from distress to destress – here are some relaxing things to do in Taiwan.