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Sun Moon Lake is designated as one of the thirteen national scenic areas in Taiwan. Located about two hours south of Taichung, this picturesque lake boasts one of the most breathtaking cycling routes in the world according to CNN.
There are many things to love about Taipei like its night markets and many museums. But beyond its attractions, what makes Taipei so alluring for me, is the city itself. With conveniences like a cheap but incredibly efficient metro system, and its plethora of well-maintained public parks, it's a city that clearly puts its people first.
One of the things I loved most about Kaohsiung is its vibe. It may be a big cosmopolitan city but it's more laid back than its counterparts in the north. Kaohsiung is also known for being one of the country's most bicycle-friendly cities, boasting numerous designated bike paths running through the city's many parks.
There are many fun day trips you can make from Taipei, but this guided tour to Yehliu Geopark, Shifen Old Street, Shifen Waterfalls, and Jiufen mining town is one of the most interesting. It's interesting because it takes you to four locations that are starkly different from one another.
Cijin or Qijin Island is a small and narrow island about 10-15 minutes away by ferry from Kaohsiung harbor. It's a popular day trip destination known for its long stretch of black sand beach, its historical and religious structures, and some of the best seafood in Kaohsiung.
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Truth be told, Tainan isn't as much fun as Taipei. It isn't as naturally beautiful as Hualien or as laid-back as Kaohsiung, but it has a character all its own that makes it interesting and unique. I like to think of it as the eldest sibling in the family, the one with all the stories to tell and the one you could learn the most from.
Because of their proximity to the city and the convenience of the MRT system, one of the easiest day trips you can make is to Tamsui and Beitou. Tamsui is a seaside district famous for its street food while Beitou is one of the most popular hot spring resort areas in Taiwan.
Anyone who's been to Taipei can tell you what a food-obsessed city this is. There's so much good food to be had here that eating your way through a night market is every bit a must-do as climbing to the top of Taipei 101.
Shanxi or Shan cuisine is the cooking style of Shanxi Province in China, just west of Beijing. Famous for its noodles and fried flatbreads, there's an old saying in Shanxi that goes like this: "China has the best flour-based foods in the world, and Shanxi province has the best flour-based foods in China."
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