The Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village 九族文化村

The Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village 九族文化村 The Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village 九族文化村 is sandwiched within mountain ranges. That being said, this place itself is absolutely scenic and stunning. Are you a thrill-seeker who is always searching for heart-stopping rides? Then you are in the right place! Or just wandering around longing for children’s amusement park rides? This theme park houses all of that. A list of rides at The Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village Spanish Armada Sun Moon Lake Ropeway SKYLINE UFO Wild Raft Ride Gold Mine Adventure Maya Adventure many more… 4K HD version(YouTube): Location: No. 45, Chihtien Lane, Yuchih Township, Nantou County 55544, Taiwan Google Maps location: Opening hours: 0930 – 1700 on weekdays, 0930 – 0730 on weekends. Entrance fee: 850 NT per head. 750NT per head for 20 people or more. Support me at Patreon: Watch the video below: Read: A list of Taiwan Scenic Spots

The Sanxia River Adventure 蟾蜍山谷烤肉區

The Sanxia River Adventure Yuanyanggu Resort (Sanxia River) 蟾蜍山谷烤肉區 HD 4K version (Youtube): Facebook Video here: Location in Google Maps: 🤽‍♂️Entrance fee: 60 NT per head (cottage included) 👍BBQ: allowed ✌️Equipped with enclosed shower rooms. 😀Water, beer, & other necessities are for sale. 👍Easily accessible. Distance: 17 km from Yingge, New Taipei. 👌Accessible via bus. 👍with lifeguards Emerald cool waters and a dazzling view of the mountains. That is what you are going to expect at this natural river resort. Grilling is allowed and you can bring your own food and drinks. Drinking alcohol is also allowed, that even the resident store also sells these. Just remember to drink in moderation. Please note that the goods here are a bit expensive though, so I recommend just to bring your own. We came to this beautiful place through biking. One of our fellow cyclists suggested this spot. Have fun!…

Yingge Central River Sunset Trail

Yingge Central River Sunset Trail 鶯歌環河日落步道 Google Maps coordinates: Yingge Central River Sunset Trail is 4 kilometers from the nearest train station(Yingge). Yingge, Taiwan is the country’s center of pottery and ceramics. It is easily accessible through bike, motorbike or car. Bike lanes are well-maintained, such as this. Yingge Central River is a sanctuary for birds. This scenic place is great for relaxation or for just a quiet stroll. Yingge Central River Sunset Trail video here YouTube video Read about Baishawan Beach here

Bade Bald Cypress Forest, Taoyuan (八德落羽松森林) 

Bade Bald Cypress Forest (八德落羽松森林) for HD 4K version, click here: Address: No. 1, Neighborhood 16, Fujian, Sioli Village, Bade Dist., Taoyuan City Taiwan, R.O.C Map: Opening Hours: Please refer to the landlord’s announcement. Free admission Bade Bald Cypress Forest is located in Fujian, Sioli Village, Bade Dist., Taoyuan. This is a private-owned area, but the owner is kind enough to share it for public access. Be a responsible tourist. Don’t leave your trash in there. The best time to visit is during autumn. This is the moment where the leaves turn from orange-yellow to bright red. Thousands of visitors flock in to witness this poetic landscape that looks like an Impressionist’s painting. Bald Cypress can grow for as tall as 50 meters, and is often used for landscaping or for building materials. Unlike the general coniferous trees, the leaves of the bald cypress turn from green to red as winter…

Visa Free Entry for Filipino Tourists (Taiwan-Bound)

Visa-Free Entry Finally Approved! The long wait is over for the visa-free program that is intended for Filipinos who want to visit Taiwan. Taiwan on Tuesday announced an extension of visa-free treatment for citizens of the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, and Russia for another year after seeing significant growth in tourist numbers from these countries thanks to the program. According to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) press release, the visa free program is expected to end this coming July 2019. An agreement was reached to extend the program for another year, after a  cross-ministerial meeting (on May 24, 2019) attended by representatives of government units in charge of national security, the police, the investigation bureau, immigration, tourism, and the economy. In relevance to the past visa-free program, the government saw a significant increase of tourists that visited Taiwan which allows them to stay in the country for up to…