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Welcome 2 Taiwan

Join "Welcome 2 Taiwan" as we bring you on an exciting adventure ride to get a taste of travel, food and culture in one of the most diverse destinations in Asia – Taiwan.

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Highlights of the week

Be Pampered in Kenting

19/03/2017, 26/03/2017


Previous Episodes

  • New Document
    05/03/2017, 12/03/2017

    Tung Blossoms of Miaoli

    In spring, the earth is a feast of blossom, playing a concerto of life and vitality. In particular, Tung Blossoms come out tops in leading people outdoors.

  • New Document
    19/02/2017, 26/02/2017

    The Good Old Days of Chiayi

    Do old things possess an irresistible charm that keeps us returning for more? In this episode, we will visit a farm alive with childhood memories of our grandparents’ home, be touched by the warmth of rustic villages, and relive an agricultural life where we lead cattle to graze and harvest the freshest sweet potatoes.

  • New Document
    05/02/2017, 12/02/2017

    Matsu Island Escapade

    Matsu has four townships and five islands, of which the largest island of Nangan is the most popular. The famous Matsu Distillery is situated right outside Niujiao Village. Tunnel 88, used to store wine, is a major feature.

  • New Document
    22/01/2016, 29/01/2017

    Incredible Tamsui

    Tamsui, the first town which came into contact with Western culture, holds historical monuments and the touching story of Mackay. 

  • New Document
    08/01/2016, 15/01/2017

    Forget Your Troubles in Hualien

    When the first cool breeze blows across Liushidan (Sixty Stones) Mountain in Hualien, day-lilies prepare to bloom in all their glory. Here, you can take in exotic views, admire the graceful curves of East Rift (Huatung) Valley, harvest fresh day-lily buds with the farmers, and prepare simple and flavourful day-lily dishes.

  • New Document
    25/12/2016, 01/01/2017

    The Lovely Town of Qingshui

    During the Japanese Occupation, there lived a legendary figure named Liao Tianding. He was said to be born and raised in Qingshui, a small village in Taichung. His parents died early, so he had to make a living as an odd-job worker.