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36 HOUR HUAN DAO BY TRAIN! Is Taiwan Travel English Friendly?

36 HOUR HUAN DAO BY TRAIN! Is Taiwan Travel English Friendly?

North vs Central vs South TAIWAN!! Who speaks the best ENGLISH?

North vs Central vs South TAIWAN!! Who speaks the best ENGLISH?

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Huangang Business District

Huangang Business District

Keelung Harbor is located at the northern tip of Taiwan that is between Fugueijiao and Bitoujiao. The eastern, western, and southern sides of the harbor are surrounded by hills. The northwest of harbor is open, and its southwest side extends into the inner harbor. It forms a narrow waterway of about 2000 meters long and 400 meters wide and serves as a naval port and commercial port. It is an excellent harbor in northern Taiwan. 「Giant ships going into harbor」is one of the most fascinating attrac

Lukang Old Street

Lukang Old Street

The Chinese「Fucheng, Lukang and Manka」means Lukang was the second largest town in Taiwan. The history of the town of Lukang has been characterized by rapid change. In the 17th century, Dutch occupiers used Lukang as a major harbor for exports; in 1784 it was designated as the Taiwan seaport for shipping links with the Hanchiang harbor at Chuanchou on the coast of mainland China. Thereby becoming the gateway to central Taiwan. At that time the town was crowded with stores that covered their facin

Yancheng Business District

Yancheng Business District

Situated in basin No. 3 of Kaohsiung Port, Pier 2 has been made into a unique open art space, providing artists and students with an environment in which to express themselves and has already become Kaohsiung's most popular cultural spot. All kinds of art activities are held irregularly in the District, bringing a rich artistic air to the port metropolis of Kaohsiung and also ushering a new tide of southern art into Kaohsiung. The western railway line, which previously brought goods to the docks

Taitung Tiehua

Taitung Tiehua

Tiehua Music Village, remodeled from an old warehouse and dorm of Taiwan Railway, is now the bastion of exchange activities for musicians, artists and craftsmen devoted to promoting the creative industries. “Tiehua is where Music Happens!” This powerful declaration is what the artisans in Tiehua aspire after. Mr. Cheng Jieren, serving as the director of the project, is a committed advocate who wants to see the seed of music being planted in the Village, that music becomes the air the locals brea