A Beautiful Island
Taiwan offers some of the most spectacular sights and attractions of natural beauty in Asia. Effectively a mountain range rising out of the sea, Taiwan’s terrain extends from just above sea level around its coastline to altitudes of up to 3,952m at its highest peak, Jade Mountain, in central Taiwan.
The Island That Never Sleeps
In addition to the many famous night markets in Taiwan, the streets are full of 24-hour retail outlets, convenience stores, internet cafes, food stands and restaurants, bars and night clubs. If work keeps you tied to your desk during the day, these 24-hour service facilities allow you to run errands in the middle of the night. This is the benefit of being in Taiwan – satisfaction anytime.
A Hub of Innovation
Taiwan is now at the forefront of research and development in every industry, ranging from information and communication technology (ICT) to biotechnology and powersports products. A hub of technological innovation, Taiwan has built its industrial excellence upon decades of working with businesses and consumers from Japan, the United States and many European countries.
Taiwan is also known to be the best place to find all types of Chinese cuisine, from Cantonese dim sum to spicy Szechuan dishes and everything in between. One can also find food from all over Asia, such as Japanese sushi, shabu-shabu or barbecue, Thai, Vietnamese and Indian cuisines, and a smorgasbord of Western foods, not to mention Taiwan’s own style of cooking: a delicious fusion of Chinese and Japanese cuisines and techniques. Prepare your taste buds for a tantalising gastronomic adventure as you will not be disappointed with the array of food on offer here.
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