Taiwan is a beautiful island endowed with natural resources and cultural attractions. Natural beauty abounds, both in imposing peaks and awe-inspiring valleys.
Why not take a ride on the Alishan Forest Railway to admire a breath-taking sunrise and cloud formations at the mountaintop? Equally recommendable is a trip to Yushan (Mt. Jade), the highest peak in Northeast Asia, to take in the majestic glory of neighboring peaks and resplendent seasonal changes not to be found at familiar altitudes.
In southern Taiwan, Kenting is fondly known as Hawaii of Asia. Do enjoy some carefree vacation time at this seaside resort. For a glimpse of primeval beauty at its purest, one should travel to the national scenic areas on the East Coast and in the East Rift Valley.
And, Taiwan has in store a complete assortment of delicacies and snacks that promise to please every palate.
To help Philippine people learn more about the country’s scenery, humanistic and cultural attractions, and foods, Taiwan Tourism Bureau is holding “Time for Taiwan – The Heart of Asia,” a two-day carnival, in Manila. Taking place at ROBINSONS GALLERIA, the premier shopping center in the capital city, the event highlights dances of Taiwan’s aborigines and craftsmen – makers of dough figurines and candy paintings – displaying their skills on the spot.