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Northern Taiwan travel spots
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Travel > Taiwan North
Hiking to a Japanese-built fort on Mt. Li Dong
When it comes to scenic beauty, Taiwan offers everything from remote alpine summits that take a week's hard trekking to reach to grassy, roadside slopes made for a blanket picnic; a fantastic variety of natural beauty of a rare order can be found squashed into this small island if you know where to look.
 
An amazing experience: Visit Dihua Street prior to Chinese New Year
It's neither a glittering landmark of the city, nor a big shopping mall sporting the biggest brands available, yet Taipei's Dihua (迪化) Street becomes a coveted destination for tourists and shopaholics alike prior to Chinese New Year (CNY).
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Stream of the Eagles: A hidden treasure of Hsinchu
Many beautiful scenic spots and marvelous hiking discoveries appear in none of the mushrooming number of guidebooks covering the various regions of Taiwan, but exist simply as a humble dot and place name on larger-scale maps.
 
Formosa Plastics Group Museum tells story of one of Taiwan's most prominent companies
Feeling like you're in the mood for a combination of a history, science and nature lesson? The three-year-old Formosa Plastics Group Museum, located on the campus of Chang Gung University (長庚大學) in Kwei-shan (龜山), Taoyuan (桃園), offers just that.
 
The disappearing hot springs of Xiao Jin Ping
It seems the only way is up, up and up as the interminable road--a rough, single track affair lacking a single helpful signpost or trail ribbon to prove we're on the right route--climbs ever higher, leaving the stream far below.
 
Discover culture, history and ecology at Zhishanyen
Having lived in Shilin for eight years, I had passed Zhishan Hill on my way to Neihu (內湖), Yangmingshan and Neishuangxi (內雙溪) innumerable times, promising myself to visit this mysterious place soon.
 
Old Tienmu Trail: Monkey highway
Seeing large mammals in the wild is no easy task in Taiwan, but there are one or two places where the challenge is a little less difficult. For those living in the Taipei area, the Old Tienmu Trail, which begins at the end of Zhongshan N. Rd (中山北路), Sec. 7, offers a great opportunity.
 
Neidong waterfalls: A nice place for a pleasant walk
The Neidong waterfalls in Wulai definitely do not fit into the off-the-beaten-track category, so if you are looking for a challenging, adventurous trip to the middle of the wilderness, you might consider choosing another destination.
 
A return to bliss in Wulai
"I really want to see wild monkeys before I leave Taiwan," my friend Frank said as we ventured onto Wulai's Red River Gorge Trail. "They're called macaques, right? I've got to see them. It's a must."
 
Tiger's Head Hill Park: A pleasant place to spend an afternoon in Taoyuan
It's hard to believe today, but orchards of fruit trees probably once stood where the department stores and swanky new apartment blocks of Taoyuan City (桃園市) now stand.
 
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