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Tainan Vacation Travel Guide

This is a Tainan vacation travel guide video. Tainan, Taiwan. The Birthplace of Taiwan Anping Chihkan Tower the Sacrificial Rites Martial Temple Tainan Natural Park...
by Travel Plan on Feb 26, 2016

What Makes Taijiang National Park Worth Your Visit

Located in the Southwest coast of Taiwan, the Taijiang National Park encompasses within its 4,905 hectares of land area and 39, 310 hectares of sea area, the coastal waters and the estuaries of Qigu River, Zengwen River, Lu’ermen River and the Yans...
by Cush Travel on Jan 23, 2016

What’s the Tainan Weather Like?

Tainan City, Taiwan’s cultural capital located in the Southern region, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. With its numerous interesting temples, famous hot springs, night markets and tasty snack foods, Tainan is easily...
by Cush Travel on Jan 22, 2016

Practical Guide in Getting Around Tainan

Getting around Tainan is easy because of two reasons. The first is that because Tainan is a pretty small city, and second because Tainan City is one of the major stops in the railway transit systems of the country. But while walking on foot might be...
by Cush Travel on Jan 21, 2016

Visit the Eternal Golden Castle

Located in Anping District of Tainan, the oldest city in Taiwan, the Eternal Golden Castle is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. Also called the Eternal Golden Fortress (or Yi Tzai Golden Castle) and Uhrkuenshen Battery, the ca...
by Cush Travel on Jan 20, 2016

Where to Go Shopping in Tainan

Famed for its delicious “little eats”, Tainan attracts a lot of tourists for its snack foods. And because the “City of Snacks” boasts of its wares especially during its night markets, shopping in Tainan is also one of the very popular things...
by Cush Travel on Jan 19, 2016

What to See in the Taiwan Confucian Temple

The Taiwan Confucian Temple, also known as Tainan Confucian Temple and the Scholarly Temple, is a Confucian temple located in Nanmen Road in Tainan City, the oldest and former capital city of Taiwan. It was built in 1655 in memory of Confucius and wi...
by Cush Travel on Jan 18, 2016

Why You Should See the Chihkan Tower

Also known as the Fort Provintia, the Chihkan Tower is a famous landmark in Tainan. It is one of the most important structures in Tainan, redolent of the rich history of the city, which was the capital of Taiwan during the imperial times. Built in 16...
by Cush Travel on Jan 17, 2016

Friday’s Featured Food: Taiwanese Hotpot at Hanlin Tea Rooms in Tainan, Taiwan

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel When I woke up this morning I had no idea what I would write about on Friday’s Featured Food as I have a long list of 200+ dishes/food types still to write up, so the only way to decide wa...
by Don't Stop Living on Jun 26, 2015

#1667: Deshome Aloe Thin Noodles With Camellia Oil Vegetable Sauce Flavor

Camelia oil – this is a new thing to me. I was curious – why camelia oil? Wikipedia had this to say: Tea seed oil (also known as Tea Oil Camellia or oil-seed Camellia) is an edible, pale amber-green fixed oil with a sweet, herbal aroma. I...
by The Ramen Rater on May 12, 2015

Tainan 39 Hour Film Contest — 2015

The fourth annual Tainan 39 Hour Film Contestival has come and gone. In four short years this Tainan festival has become one of Taiwan’s major film happenings, this year the indomitable Lynne and Till added a lectures from filmmakers, film inst...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 24, 2015

Silkroad Magazine — Taiwan Old Brands

A recent assignment for Silkroad taking photos of four generational shops around Taiwan turned out to be a lot of fun as all the traditional shops and subjects were interesting and photogenic. The third shop I went to was Hsiang Ren He’s tradit...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 6, 2015

Why the Chimei Museum is a Must-Visit

A world-class private museum, the Chimei Museum is billed as the best museum not just in Tainan-a historical city in the South of Taiwan-but also in the whole country. With a huge collection of paintings, sculptures, furniture, musical instruments, a...
by Cush Travel on Jan 23, 2015

Why the Guanzihling Hot Springs in Tainan is a Must-Visit

Ask anybody from Tainan what they like doing on weekends and the majority of the answers you’ll receive will probably have to do with their hot springs. Hot springs in Tainan are one of the most popular hot springs in the whole of the country. Tain...
by Cush Travel on Jan 22, 2015

Interesting Culture and Festivals in Tainan

The culture and festivals in Tainan speak of the kind of people it has and the kind of place it is. Because Tainan, the old capital of Taiwan, is technically a city of China, it is rich in Chinese culture and festivals celebrated by its residents to...
by Cush Travel on Jan 21, 2015

Why You Should See the Anping Tree House

The Anping Tree House has had most of its visitors thinking about the slumbering princess and the palace covered by briars and hedges that numerous sons of Kings and princes tried to cut down to get to the cursed Sleeping Beauty. Only, this is no pal...
by Cush Travel on Jan 20, 2015

Why You Should See the Flower Night Market

A local saying goes “In the South there is Flower, in the Middle there is Fengjia, and in the North, there is Shihlin”, and indeed the Flower Night Market in the Northern part of Tainan-a historical city in the South of Taiwan-is the biggest and...
by Cush Travel on Jan 19, 2015

Some of the Best Places to Go Eating and Drinking in Tainan

Eating and drinking in Tainan, a historic city in Taiwan, certainly fits what you might have heard of the country’s food culture. A country that’s rich in ethnic diversity, Taiwan’s cuisines show geographic, economic as well as cultural influen...
by Cush Travel on Jan 18, 2015

Practical Guide in Getting to Tainan

Tainan, the oldest city in Taiwan, is one of the most popular historical destinations in the country. Formerly the capital of Taiwan with a glorious past, there are a lot of reasons why you should see it. If it’s the first time you’ve heard about...
by Cush Travel on Jan 17, 2015

Shennong Street, Tainan

A recent assignment for Sept/Oct Issue of Renaissance Magazine The focus was the quaint 慢慢鳩生活木作- Dove Tail Restaurant and Workshop.
by The Taiwan Photographer on Nov 26, 2014


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