Living in a Taiwanese town and wondering what’s to do? Let me help you out a bit. It sounds like a somewhat naive question, but I get that alot, even in relatively bustling lively Taiwanese towns. I got that in
Visiting Tainan City and Tainan Country? If you have some time to explore, there are quite a few interesting things for you to see. Following is a list of suggested things to do with an outline for a visit itinerary.
Tired of standard dining? Taiwan offers a wide variety of themed restaurants for you to choose from. I previously wrote about Taiwan’s toilet restaurants, and there are also Hello Kitty places (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), but this next
Last week Tainan City hosted the "International Boat Festival 2009". Tainan City and International in the same title sounds a bit like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Tainan’s trying. They put up an English website, prepared English flyers and all, but
The weather this weekend was absolutely gorgeous with such clear air that you can see all the way through to the central mountains on the east and the ocean to the south-west. I went up to one of the roofs
Till recently those signs were rare being just in the tourist spots in Tainan like next to the Chikan Towers, but it seems that in the past few weeks Tainan city tourism bureau has been putting them all over town,
Tropical weather usually doesn’t really allow for an authentic autumn-spring look, but, riding around Tainan city the past month I came across a few beautiful autumn-spring spots. Next the Tainan City Council: And in Dong-Fong road, next to the
You just don’t see that many western-tourists around Tainan, although there’s alot to see. Even the internationals leaving in the city rarely take the time to explore around and appreciate some of the history and beauty that’s in this city.
Tainan city doesn’t have anything that comes close to the Taipei 101 and the Tainan view is of no comparison to the beautiful view of Taipei from the 101, but, there is some to see. The building complex I live