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Taiwan Travel and Tourism

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Taiwan , also known as Formosa Formosa, meaning "beautiful , is an island located in East Asia between the South China Sea and the East China Sea off the southeastern coast of mainland China. Since the end of World War II in 1945, Taiwan has been governed by the Republic of China , which itself is commonly known as "Taiwan" since the 1970's. Separated from the Asian continent by the 180-kilometre-wide Taiwan Strait, the main island of the group is 394 kilometres long and 144 kilometres wide. To its northeast are the main islands of Japan, and the southern end of the Ryukyu Islands of Japan is directly to the east; the Philippines lie to its south. It spans across the Tropic of Cancer and consists of steep mountains, covered by tropical and subtropical vegetation. Other minor islands and islets of the group include the Pescadores, Green Island, and Orchid Island among others; as well as the Diaoyutai Islands which are controlled by Japan since the 1970s and known as the Senkaku-shotō. Since the end of the World War II in 1945, the island group has been under the administration of the Republic of China, which was then the de facto government of all China. The island group is, however, claimed by the People's Republic of China , which was established in 1949 on mainland China, displaced the ROC, and considers itself the successor state to the ROC. Taiwan's rapid economic growth in the decades after World War II has transformed it into an advanced economy as one of the Four Asian Tigers. This economic rise is known as the Taiwan Miracle. It is categorized as an advanced economy by the IMF and high-income economy by the World Bank. Its technology industry plays a key role in the global economy. Taiwanese companies manufacture a large proportion of the world's consumer electronics, although most of them are made in their factories in mainland China.

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National Palace Museum of Taipei Major Tourist Attractions - Taipei
National Palace Museum of Taipei Major Tourist Attractions National Palace Museum, Taipei is an art gallery and museum that has become one of the major tourist attractions of China. This museum is the abode to huge number of artifacts of ancient China. The Palace Museum in the Forbidden City of Beijing and this National Palace Museum originate from the same unique institution that was divided in two museums during the Chinese Civil War. National Palace Museum, Taipei owns one of the largest compilations of Chinese relics and graphics on earth. National Palace Museum, Taipei is situated in Chihshan Road of Shihlin District in Taipei District. National Palace Museum, Taipei was later reopened on the Christmas Day of 2006 after a wide restoration project. The renewal project h...

Taiwan: Money & Costs - Taipei
Taiwan: Money & Costs In Taiwan, costs for the traveller are on a par with a good number of European countries, reflecting the rise in the standard of living on the island. However, Taiwan is still cheaper than Japan (which isn't saying much). If you stay in youth hostels, live on noodles and travel by bus, you could get by on US$15.00 to US$20.00 a day. If you want a bathroom of your own, a few souvenirs, a couple of taxi trips and a decent feed or two a day, budget US$35.00 to US$50.00 a day. Staying in Taipei will cost you more than heading out to the country. Travellers cheques and cash can be changed at international airports and large banks, but you'll have trouble in rural areas. When changing money it's best to stick to US dollars...

Geography of Taiwan - Taipei
Geography of Taiwan As you go through the Geography of Taiwan, you will learn about the topography, climatic features and major resources of the region. Get to know more about the Geography of Taiwan with the help of Taiwan travel guide. The magnificent island of Taiwan is located just 120 kilometers off the southeastern coast of mainland China, across the Taiwan Strait. Covering an area of about 35,801 square kilometers, Taiwan attracts tourists and travelers in droves. Explore Taiwan Geography on Taiwan tours to know about the island vividly. You will get to know more about the rugged terrains and gurgling rivers that constitute the Geography of Taiwan. The East China Sea flows along the north, the Philippine Sea to the east, the L...

What & Where to Eat in Taiwan - Taipei
What & Where to Eat in Taiwan Once you are in Taiwan you can forget all worries related to food as the place is a paradise for food and for food lovers. Almost all the places in Taiwan serve some great food but one should be a little wary of entering the so called Western Restaurants as the food they serve and the names that they use could be very different from what you are used to eating back home, so you can keep your eating baggage behind and try stuff that the local restaurants serve. Some of the best restaurants where you can try some Chinese food are in places like Taipei, Kaohsiung and other important cities and towns. If you are not feeling that hungry and you wish to have a quick grub then you can walk into any of the numerous eateries ...

Arts and Crafts in Taiwan - Taipei
Arts and Crafts in Taiwan Taiwan is one of the world's richest arenas for nurturing arts and crafts. With influences from colonial arts, the indigenous school of Taiwanese art has evolved its distinctive style which has further been modified and developed by the contemporary trends. Taiwan has a profuse history of both visual and performing arts which have survived over the centuries to carve an exclusive niche for Taiwan in the realm of art. Taiwanese art had once thrived in eleven different genres as cultivated by its eleven indigenous tribes. The distinct genres have now considerably mingled and molded with external influences. The most prominent arts of Taiwan today are woodcrafts, paper works, sculpting, etc. Given below are some of the...