Editor’s Highlight

Taiwanese will often tell you, Taiwan Wan Bu Wan. The direct translation is, “You’ll never finish exploring Taiwan”. It means there are so many things to see, so many small mountain towns to explore, so many temples to visit, that even Taiwanese don’t run out of destinations to explore. This saying originally referred to Taiwan’s natural attractions—over 70 percent of the island is wilderness—but today, Taiwan’s urban areas have caught up as well. Even the small agricultural villages on the predominantly indigenous-populated East Coast are teeming with cafes, galleries, and DIY experiences. From cultural events and folk festivals to hot springs and historic towns, check out some of Taiwan’s best below!



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