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Taiwan travel suggestions for a Dutch traveler?

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Re: Taiwan travel suggestions for a Dutch traveler?

Postby StevenCrook » 01 Jun 2015, 08:33

This temple: ... ,608186631
And the one right next door: ... ,608186632
Are my personal favorites in Tainan.
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Re: Taiwan travel suggestions for a Dutch traveler?

Postby Annalisa » 03 Jun 2015, 11:27

Read Travel in Taiwan first, then check the transportation system... in 8 days you can really travel all around the island if you want. Then maybe ask for suggestions to a local travel agency (like the one where I work ;-) ) to support you with the planning if you still need!
It all depends on what are you looking for, beaches, mountain, hot spring, cities, nightlife...
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