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Taiwan Destination Guides

Time Zone: UTC+8 (13 hours ahead of New York)

Currency: New Taiwan Dollar (NT$ or TWD)

Languages: Mandarin, Taiwanese, Hakka, and Formosan languages

Power Sockets: type A and B

Best Month to Visit: February–April

Capital City: Taipei City

International Dialing Code: +886

Traffic Direction: right side of the road

Coming to Taiwan?

Whether you're a visitor or someone who wants to move here, I have plenty of guides for you.

I've lived here for over several years now.

So I learned a thing. Or two.

Check out what I've learned and how it'll help make your life significantly easier when visiting this beautiful country.

Guide to Chenghuang Temple Night Market

Coming to or passing Hsinchu City? You’ll want to explore the area’s infamous ancient Chinese temple and noteworthy night market. Throughout this piece, I’ll talk about Hsinchu City’s Chenghuang Temple …

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Guide to Xinzhuang Night Market

xinzhuang night market

The area surrounding Xinzhuang Temple Street used to be a massive trading port due to its close proximity to the nearby major river. Over time, that has changed. Now this …

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Guide to Tainan Flower Night Market

In 2013, Tainan Flower Night Market was the third most checked-in location in Asia on Facebook. So, what makes it so special? You’ll have to read and find out. Explore …

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Guide to Dongdamen Night Market

Hualien City’s Dongdamen Night Market boasts a large number of stalls and serves as the city’s only night market. It’s actually one of few night markets on the country’s East …

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How To Get To Taichung City

a vector image of a bus: How To Get To Taichung

To be able to do anything here, you’ll need to know how to get to Taichung, first. Summary: Unless you fly directly to Taichung, you can rent a car to …

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