Taiwan formally thought to be part of The Republic of China, the island of Taiwan, previously known as Formosa, Taiwan is the fourth largest island in the world. Taiwan’s most popular tourist destination is the city of Taipei which helps the central location for political and economic businesses. Taiwan has world’s 19th largest economy occupies 35,000 kilometres of land with terrain ranging from the rugged Yu Shan/Jade Mountain, to the Chianan Plains. Prior to 2010, Taiwan’s Taipei 101 building was the tallest structure in the world.
One of the most popular ways for tourist is to experience the nightlife of Taiwan where you could start of by enjoying a Mongolian barbecue feast at a local downtown restaurant. Strolling along Huaxi Street to discover Taipei’s striking market area and to search for a perfect souvenir in a Snake Alley shop is something you would not want to miss out. The Longshan Temple is where the Buddhist rites and ceremonies take place daily.