With the iconic Taipei 101, bustling nightlife and night markets and delicious food that might be new to you, Taipei, capital city of Taiwan has definitely more to offer with their lush forest mountains and bicycle pathways for cyclists. Top things to do include climbing up Elephant Mountain for the best breathtaking view of Taipei. Pay tribute and visit to Chiang Kai- Shek memorial which was built to celebrate the life and success of this Taiwan’s former president. San Ying Waterfront visitors will find huge installations, including plates and spoons from the Land of Giants placed in the spot that is imbued with an artistic ambience.
Considered one the most underrated cities in Taiwan, Kaohsiung is a huge port city in southern Taiwan. being a planned city, expect wide roads, modern public transport and bicyle lanes. Top things to do in Kaohsiung includes visiting The Dome of Light which is the brainchild of italian artist, Nariccicus Quagliata who had the pieces of coloured glass panels shipped all the way from Germany. Walking under the 30 meter diameter installation, you will definitely be amazed by his huge masterpiece. Tourists favourite hot spot would have to be the Lotus Pond for it's uniquely designed structure and the intricate paintings on the wall.
The attractiveness of Taichung originates in its abundant ecosystems, the ancient glamour of history, and incredible arts and literature. With lush rolling green hills,visiting Treak Dakeng is a must and has different levels of difficulty so everyone is welcome. If you are into arts do visit National Taichung Theatre and watch musical performances.For local treats don't forget to drop by Miyaharu (Gong Yuan Yan Ke). Famous now for its pineapple tarts and other pastries packaged in delicate boxes, the centre was once a eye hospital. You would not want to miss the spectacular interior!