Articles Tagged with Taiwan

Tips + Trends

These 8 Destinations in Asia and Australia Are a Bleisure Traveler’s Dream

Imagine starting your day by an oceanfront pool, laptop and cup of coffee in hand, and clocking out in the afternoon for a mountain trek or swim in the sea. If this sounds like perfection,…

Find Outdoor Adventure Under 3 Hours Away from These Cities in Asia and Australia

It’s always inspiring to rediscover the great outdoors, and even in the biggest cities, nature is never too far away. Enjoy the first blooms in the mountains of Hokkaido, trek through South Asia’s densest rainforest…
Weekend Getaways

Plotting a 3-Day Escape? 6 Exceptional Weekend Vacation Spots in East Asia

Whether it’s a city break you desire or a beach getaway, in East Asia, the weekend trip is making a comeback. Sip tea on a mountain, dive in a sinkhole and explore an artist village….
Tips + Trends

A Guide to Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s Emerging Culture Hub

For a long time, the southern city of Kaohsiung has played second fiddle to Taiwan’s capital, Taipei. Indeed, there’s a laid-back buzz — small fishing boats and large cargo ships docked on the harbor are…

Beaches or Mountains? Whichever You Prefer, Here’s Where to Find Your Solace in Asia

Every traveler on every vacation seeks a sense of space and peace, whether it’s the chance to sunbathe in silence under new skies or inhale restorative lungfuls of fresh mountain air. But in travel’s new…
Tips + Trends

Before (Way Before) Sunrise: What to Do in the Off Hours in Asia and Australia

Watch the golden rays of sunrise from an ancient ruin or stargaze after midnight on a small, remote island — activities that happen in the wee hours give you plenty of quiet space to soak…
Eat + Drink

Food to Make You Smile: Where to Eat #Cutefood Around the World

Cute food (or for the hashtag obsessed, #cutefood) is quickly becoming one of Asia’s biggest cultural exports. The foodie trend, where millennials hunt out food in the shape of adorable animals or incongruous objects and…
Checking In

Journalist Laura Ling on Travel and Kindness

When Laura Ling lands in a destination, it is often to help tell a complicated story, usually a story about the place or its people that few know. It’s been through her work as an…

Grommets, Take Note: Here’s Where to Shoot the Curl in Taiwan

Born and raised in Kenting, Taiwan, Rory Macdonald is one of the youngest surfers to watch on the global surfing scene. He signed on with Quiksilver at the age of 12 and has eight championships…

Food as Art is Shaping the Taipei Food Scene. Here’s Where to Find the Best.

Taipei has a street-food reputation that’s rivaled by few other cities. The medley of pork buns and seafood, soy milk and noodles, mochi rice balls and crispy tofu keeps the hungry crowds flocking to xiaochi…