Taiwan has recently become famous for its technological innovation and prosperity causing many travellers to write it off as an island of factories and uber-modernization but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Most of Taiwan’s greatest treasures don’t come with a hard drive. Visitors who venture to Taiwan discover a lush landscape dotted with ancient pagodas and temples, marked by mountain peaks and cut through with deep valleys formed during the island’s volcanic past.
Adventurers can climb north east Asia’s tallest mountain, then wind down in the natural hot springs, explore the quiet forest reserves seeking out beautiful waterfalls; or make their way along white sandy beaches and venture into the charming coastal towns to meet some of the friendly locals and encounter the aboriginal culture at one of the many festival celebrations going back in tradition for over 1000 years.
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