Taiwan’s food

Taiwan’s food

Expect similarities to Chinese and Japanese cuisines – with emphasis on noodle dishes (in a once non-beef eating society – even Chinese style Beef Noodle Soup has gained huge popularity), rice, soy, seafood, pork and chicken – with wonderful attention paid to spice usage…

Taste the Taiwan’s cuisine

Taste the Taiwan’s cuisine

Taiwan’s cuisine is notably diverse. If local Taiwanese cuisine makes the base of a Taiwanese soup – then Chinese and Japanese cuisine is the filling – with just a hint of Western influence on the side. Try the Chinese influenced Stinky Tofu – once…

Taiwan Etiquette

Taiwan Etiquette

Tipping in Taiwan is yet to catch-on – so aside from some of the finer (more westernised) hotels – tipping is rarely expected, though when it is – you’ll find that it’s added automatically to your bill. While eating – look out for the…

Best time to visit Taiwan

Best time to visit Taiwan

Taiwan’s subtropical climate means that it experiences short lived and relatively mild winters (though it’s common to see a snow tipped mountain or two at the height of the season) and wet, humid summers. As one might expect, the north tends to be a…

Wonder the streets of an old Taiwanese town

Wonder the streets of an old Taiwanese town

They are all beautiful but one of the most attractive is Lugang – it’s filled with quaint traditional architecture, majestic temples and great shopping spots – of particular interest to those with a fancy for traditional arts and crafts.

Immerse yourself in local cultures

Immerse yourself in local cultures

Take a peak at Taiwan’s indigenous peoples – divided into some 14 tribes each with their own distinct beliefs and practises. Watch a performance of the mysterious Dance of the Eight Generals – a dance generally performed at the head of a temple festival…

Explore the Taroko Gorge

Explore the Taroko Gorge

The Taroko Gorge, in the Taroko National Park, is one of natures most romantic gestures – 500 foot cliffs, cascading waterfalls and cliffside forests shrouded in mist and dotted with grottos, caves and mysterious trails. Spend as long as you can here – it…

Take a stroll at Sun Moon Lake

Take a stroll at Sun Moon Lake

Sat in the middle of Taiwan’s central mountain range – the beautiful Sun Moon Lake is where water meets sky, a beautiful picture-perfect landscape made up of inviting waters, lush tree adorned mountains and deep blue skies.

South Korea Cuisine

South Korea Cuisine

South Korean cuisine is a pleasure to explore – you may have already heard of the infamous Korean style Barbecue and of course Kimchi is world-renowned, but it’s dishes like ttedeobokki or rice cakes in sauce that you really need to try on your…

South Korea Etiquette

South Korea Etiquette

If you see a “no tipping” sign in Korea then don’t tip. Korean’s find tipping offensive, though in the bigger more westernised hotels – it’s often expected – but generally speaking – it’s just not done. Also, when dining out or in a bar…

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