Check out this section for travel tips, advice on living in Taiwan, my experience living here, and other information.
I have lived in Taiwan for almost 2 years now and have been through all the stages of adjusting. My husband and I have loved and hated living here from time to time, but we are still here, so of course the love outweighed the brief periods of "why are we here?" Taiwan is a diverse, hectic, smelly, beautiful, friendly, often-over-looked, and exciting country.
I have been through a good number of experiences while I've been here. From applying for visas and ARC's, and applying to Universities and studying Chinese, to the English teaching scene, and even modeling and television. We've seen a good chunk of the island, I'd say most of the main tourist destinations as well as other local favourites. I can't say I've seen it all, this island just has too much to offer, but I plan to keep on exploring. So, tag along and watch our adventure and pick up some information for you own trip to Taiwan.
Here's a list of the current related posts to help you navigate through Taiwan:
- Taipei 101 also see here
- Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall
- Long Shan Temple
- Botanical Gardens
- Museum of Fine Art
Changhua also see here
- Night Market and GuanShan
- Kenting Aquarium
- BaiSha, Kenting
- ChuHuo- Natural Flames
Where to Stay:
Find my recommendations here
Visa and ARC:
Find info on how to apply for an ARC and resident visa here
Find info on how and why to study in Taiwan here
There are plenty more places than these, and I will keep updating this as I visit more places and post more about them. Feel free to comment if you feel I've overlooked something important. I love to get your comments. Also if there is something you'd like to learn more about or something you would like me to post about, or a place you would recommend that I visit, I am all ears. I always love to hear about new places to go on this amazing island.