If you are going to Sun Moon Lake, one of the best places to visit in Taiwan, you can save some money by getting the Sun Moon Lake Pass, or “Sun Moon Lake Package.” The Sun Moon Lake pass has many different options, including connections with Taichung, Alishan and the Xitou Monster Village. I’ll explain … Read more Sun Moon Lake Pass: Is it Worth the Money?
Quirky Japanese theme park? Cultural-historical oddity? Full-on tourist trap? Awesomely freaky place to spend the night? It’s hard to sum up the Xitou Monster Village (aka Nantou Monster Village) in just a few words, so you’ll have to read on below to find out exactly what on Earth it is. While difficult to … Read more Visiting Xitou Monster Village in Nantou, Taiwan
Sun Moon Lake is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Taiwan and should definitely be included on your Taiwan itinerary if you hope to spend some time in stunningly beautiful surroundings on your trip. Below I will compare Sun Moon Lake tour options provided by two different popular tour websites, GetYourGuide and Klook. … Read more Sun Moon Lake Tours: How to Choose the Best One for You
When it comes to Taiwanese tea, oolongs like Alishan High Mountain Tea, Dong Ding, and Oriental Beauty are internationally renowned, but fewer people are aware that the country also produces some excellent black teas. While many of Taiwan’s tea growing regions do produce a limited amount of black tea, Sun Moon Lake is practically synonymous … Read more Sun Moon Lake Tea: Why is it so good?
Sun Moon Lake, Nantou is Taiwan’s largest lake and, with 6 million visitors a year, also one of Taiwan’s most popular scenic attractions, along with Alishan and Taroko Gorge. Sun Moon Lake attractions, which include Wenwu Temple, the Sun Moon Lake Ropeway, scenic views around the lake, and cherry blossom viewing in March draw … Read more Sun Moon Lake Taiwan: A Comprehensive Guide
In order to put one of my new favorite oolong/wulong teas, Ai-Want Formosa Tea‘s 2015 Winter Dong Ding oonlong tea, to the ultimate test, I’ve decided to take extreme measures. I am going to carry out a trial on the pickiest, most captious food and drink critic that I know: my Taiwanese father-in-law. You’ll have … Read more A Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea Review