Last Updated on 2016-10-13 , 1:27 pm
Taiwan is a beautiful oriental city that’s dotted with hot spring resorts, beautiful mountains and yes, lively cities. Its capital, Taipei is famous for mouth-watering street food and vibrant night markets.
Let’s take a look at 10 places to get away and relax in Taiwan that has to be on your bucket list while you’re there!
Taroko National Park
This is a fantastic place to start, as you’ve got almost everything under one spot–hot springs, running treks and parks to sit back and enjoy a quick bite. Check online for timings on its musical festivals before you depart Singapore!
Take a different sort of getaway and bask in the brilliant architecture that makes up this tall skyscraper. It’s one of the tallest buildings in the world, and it offers some of the best views of the capital. Shop in its premises later!
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
This famous memorial hall has a unique octagon-shaped roof, which symbolises good fortune and abundance. It’s 89 steps signify the age of Chiang Kai-shek, a former president of China. Its surroundings have many enchanting ponds and gardens for you to admire.
Buddha Memorial Center
The religion of Buddhism is deeply ingrained in the Taiwanese people, and here you’d be able to admire the architectural works of the building. It also houses one of Gautama Buddha’s teeth!
Kenting National Park
If you want to view long stretches of beaches, coral reefs and even the famed Eluanbi Lighthouse, this is the place to go!
National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium
This spectacular centre is renowned for its diversity in marine species and wealthy marine resources. Visit Pingtung County and take part in its tours to learn more about the oceans and sea life.
National Museum of Natural Science
This museum garners some of the biggest crowds in Taiwan, what with its botanical gardens and Earthquake Education museum. You’d be able to cover almost any topic of natural sciences and broaden your mind!
This is basically the River Thames equivalent of Taiwan. Admire the sailboats that pass by while you enjoy a pau by the waters.
No visit is complete if you don’t take a look at the zoos, and the panda house is an absolute must to be seen.
This private museum opened to the public in 1992 and shows five specific categories – western arts, musical instruments, natural history, arms and armour, and finally antiquities and artefacts. The Forbes magazine mentioned that this museum houses some of the most unique art pieces. Now that’s worth a visit, is it not?
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