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Spring Airlines is a Chinese budget airline that serves domestic routes across Mainland China, as well as to some international countries and regions.
Whether visiting, moving to, or already living in Taiwan, it’s important to stay up to date with any and every resource tool that can help you have the most comfortable transition, or stay, in the region.
Yes, as of the time this article was written, Americans with a valid US passport traveling to Taiwan for the purposes of tourism or visitation can enter Taiwan without a visa for up to 90 days with proof of an onward or return ticket.
Whether visiting, working, or living and working in Taiwan, these links are meant to provide essential information that will hopefully make your experience all the more safe, fun and comfortable. Safe & happy travels!
Planning to visit or move to Taiwan? Well, learn more about Taiwan by checking out some interesting facts covering a wide range of topics!
A stop at Raohe Street Night Market’s bustling 600-meter long outdoor marketplace, located in Taipei, was a delightful experience after hearing so much about Taiwan’s energetic night market scene.
Ximending is one of Taipei’s coolest, hippest, and most vibrant stops. A humungous shopping, entertainment, and nightlife district located in Taipei, Taiwan, Ximending serves as a popular gathering point for many of Taipei’s urban and fashionable youth, who often bring with them the latest trends and pop culture references.
Taipei’s Maokong Gondola Cableway was advertised as one of the top attractions to explore in the city, so what else for an adventurous traveler to do but venture out for a scenic ride hundreds of meters above the ground?
Taipei, Taiwan is full of temples and plenty of other popular cultural and historical landmarks. During my 4-day stint in Taipei, I just so happened to stumble upon Ciyou Temple, which was located in the Songshan District.
Taiwan’s Taipei 101 is easily one of the coolest and best-designed skyscrapers across the world. And yep, I stood on top of it!
Taipei Zoo was one of the first stops I made during my short trip to Taipei, Taiwan during Spring Festival 2014, and it was absolutely massive. At 165 hectares (90 hectares open to public), it took several hours just to make a thorough tour around the park, but getting the chance to observe its wide variety of animals, reptiles, birds, and insects from all across the world was well worth the enduring adventure.
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