Ask anyone who’s travelled abroad and they’ll probably be able to give you a tonne of travel tips. From packing one’s suitcase to finding cheap accommodations, every traveler has something to say about pretty much everything. But there’s one rule I follow above all others.
There’s a lot of pointless viral media out there, and a disproportionate amount seems to revolve around cats. But there’s one image that you really should see; it will very likely change the way you perceive our planet.
What happens when five Taiwanese seniors meet up at the funeral of their recently departed friend? The best damn movie never made, that’s what.
Nestled in the narrow alleyways of Taipei, the Museum of Alien Studies is an institute that claims to be studying alien artifacts and wisdom for the betterment of the human species. And if that doesn’t pique your interest, you can always get a knife massage.
I think we have a solid contender for the title of Luckiest Man in Asia. During a sudden landslide in Keelung, Taiwan, a massive boulder barely stopped rolling before completely crushing a car driving by.
Some of Asia’s best attractions open up after everything else shuts down. In the Taiwanese capital of Taipei when the sun sets and the street lights buzz to life, things are just getting started for an impressive number of insomniac shoppers.
Deep in one of Taipei’s buzzing night markets, surrounded by street vendors and scooter filled streets is one of Asia’s most stunning temples. It’s not the biggest or the oldest, but it might just change the way you see temples forever.
For a few years, Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world, so many people heading to the capital of Taiwan head to the observation deck to get a view of the city. But a short hike up one of the city’s mountains will give you better views by far.