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Taroko Gorge –A wonderland of natural beauty
Without a doubt one of the most spectacular natural areas in Taiwan must be the majestic Taroko Gorge.
2009/8/24
 > Hualien
It's still early (not even 9 am) when we arrive, yet the car park at the entrance to Wufengchi Waterfalls (五峰旗瀑布) is packed with cars this fine Saturday morning in June, and we're forced to find an empty roadside place to leave the car.
2009/8/17
 > Ilan
Ilan's secret natural wonder: Yuemeikang Waterfall
Three-day cycling on Taiwan's mountain trails
Taiwan is often referred to as one of the most underrated adventure sport destinations in Asia if not the world. With a large portion of the island covered in huge mountains filled with hidden lakes, thousand year old forests, cascading waterfalls, and memorizing scenery it's hard to see why.
2009/8/17
 > Taipei
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The lush, rugged and incident-packed landscape lining the upper reaches of the Keelung River Valley makes this a stunningly beautiful area, and one which deservedly attracts crowds on weekends to enjoy its scenic riches.
2009/8/10
 > Taipei
A secret place in a popular area: Two Phoenix Gorge Waterfall
Changhua's stately Confucius temple
Despite its size – in terms of population it's one of Taiwan's ten largest cities – and economic importance, Changhua (彰化) isn't a leading tourist destinations.
2009/8/10
The amazing rock formations of Shiba Dong Tian
Ever wondered where Maokong (貓空), that ever-popular hillside on the southern edge of Taipei where everyone goes to drink tea, got its name?
2009/8/3
 > Taipei
The summer time is the reproduction period for some wild birds in Taiwan. When you walk in the forest and watch the trees carefully, you may easily find bird nests.
2009/8/3
 > Taipei
Seeing the Muller's Barbets on a Taipei ecological trip
A culture trip to Sanjhih
For most weekenders, the small town of Sanjhih (三芝) is nothing more than a hazy memory along the road to bigger, more well-known places such as White Sand Beach (白沙灣, surely the loveliest beach in north Taiwan) and Cape Fugui (富貴), which combines a fisherman's market (offering delicious seafood lunches) with some wild and panoramic sea views from Taiwan's northernmost point.
2009/7/27
 > Taipei
Taoyuan's unique Shinto relic
Taiwan was ruled by Japan for half a century until the end of World War II. Dozens of splendid examples of architecture from that era can be found in Taipei (台北) and other cities, yet very little evidence of Shinto – the official religion of Japan throughout the colonial period – has survived.
2009/7/27
 > Taoyuan
Lotus blossom in Summer
Summer is now in its hottest period with temperatures having reached as high as 35 degree Celsius in the past few days forcing people to find cool places.
2009/7/27
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