The one-time tallest building in the world. The 728-ton mass damper that allows the building to survive the island’s many earthquakes.
Home to one of the most visited natural wonders in Taiwan. Take the trail to the Eternal Spring Shrine which features a stunning waterfall.
Yushan National Park is the setting for the country’s tallest mountain along with several other picturesque peaks such as Sanqingshan.
The park is home to a dormant volcano which is why there are so many hot springs in the area. Xiaoyoukeng is the best place to see the geysers.
This private museum was established by the Chimei corporation in 1992 and contains a large collection of Western art, musical instruments, and weapons.
Penghu the sandy tropical paradise has plenty of beaches scattered throughout its islands and is a must for seafood lovers.
Alishan’s mountain railway train winds its way to the top of the mountain where there are plenty of easy hiking trails that offer fantastic photos.
Sun Moon Lake is the largest body of water in Taiwan. There is also a cable car here that takes you to the Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village.
The incredible scenery is worth the trip alone, but it is perhaps the gondola ride from the zoo to Maokong which has made it one of the most popular.
Home to one of the largest collections of Chinese imperial artifacts, the National Palace Museum offers a look into imperial China’s past.
Located on the edge of Lotus Lake, enter the temples through dragon’s & tiger’s mouths & can enjoy a view of the lake from the top of each tower.
This colorful neighborhood was the brainchild of local man. He decided that village he lived in was too drab and so took a few paintbrushes to the walls.
Located in the Miramar Entertainment Park, it dominates the local skyline. And with very few tall buildings to obstruct the scenery.
Built in the 1700s, this Buddhist temple is now home to many gods from neighboring temples that were demolished.