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Despite being a relatively small and undiscovered island for western tourists, the variety of environments and lifestyles across Taiwan are simply astounding. From the cold, rich waters of Keelung in the north, all the way to the tropical pacific beaches of Kenting in the south,...

Most non-taiwanese (or waigouren if your Pedal Taiwan guide wants to get all local about it!) have seen the quintessential hanging Chinese lantern before….but have you seen hundreds of thousands all at once at one of east asia’s largest light shows?? From China town to the...

Whether you’re after surfing, sunbathing, sailing or swimming, the beaches of Taiwan have it all. The scenery is dramatic, the sea warm and best of all you’ll be far from the crowds that flock to the rest of Southeast Asia. But where do you head?...

We covered food in two previous posts, and fear not, there will certainly be more on that! But it would be remiss of us not to also focus on what you may expect to drink in Taiwan, and there is certainly one beverage which jumps...

As one of the world’s most mountainous islands, Taiwan is home to some of the most dramatic, beautiful and rugged scenery in Asia. Choosing the best is therefore an extremely tough task. But the team behind Pedal Taiwan cycle tours have deliberated long and hard...

If you’re not a cyclist, you just won’t get it. Cycling uphill is gruelling, painful, arduous and oh so satisfying. There’s nothing quite like getting to the top, particularly if the top is further away than any of your mates have gone! With the cyclist's...

Taiwan remains relatively unknown as a destination by western tourists. Recently voted the best place to live in the world for expats, now is the time to explore this country's incredible and enchanting capital city.   Taipei 101 You can’t come to Taiwan and not see Taipei 101, quite...

With the winter months nearly over, it’s time to think again about our next trip out to Taiwan! And here at the Pedal Taiwan team, there’s always one thing that springs to mind first - food!  We’ve spoken before about the world class food, and have...

It is time for the final instalment of our Weird and Wonderful Taiwan series, and wow we’ve already had some pretty wacky (but equally awesome) insights into Taiwan. Will this lot take the biscuit though? So we’ve covered toilet-themed restaurants, fried duck tongues, stinky tofu and...

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