Taiwan is an area with a very rich nightlife in Asia. Apart from the well-known night markets of all sizes, all kinds of nightclubs are also a must-visit to Taiwan! Because Taiwan’s clubs are not only affordable, sleek and full of people’s enthusiasm, they are very popular with young people. If you’re lucky enough to have a chance to experience it in Taiwan, then the following tips will be shared with you. Enjoy your beautiful night! |Things Must Bring→PASSPORT The rules in Taiwan shows that if you want to enter a nightclub, you must be at least 18 years old.…

Traveling as a backpacker, it's a big issue to find places to stay. There are variety kinds of hotels, hostels, B&B in Taiwan. Today I'm going to recommend a hotel in Banqiao, NTC. As a backpacker, Hotel Cube is really a nice hotel to stay. Only 5 minutes way from Fuzhong MRT Station●, the Hotel is near Fuzhong Commercial District. Its life function is convenient. Only 10 minutes away by car from Banqiao Railway Station/THSR Station, Tucheng Interchange and other traffic junctions. The hotel is on Chongqing Road, you need to get across the intersection out of the MRT station and…

One of the reasons Southeast Asia is such a popular destination among millennial is its affordability. It’s cheap, especially if you come from the western world. Taipei is no exception to the rule, even as one of Asia’s more well-developed countries. There are no hard rules to budgeting for travel. It depends on the kind of traveler you are. If you eat local food at modest prices (very doable), buy groceries to make your own meals (make sure you book accommodation with a kitchen), use public transit and keep an eye out for deals (IE: free nights at a museum)…

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines(TECO) has made an official announcement that from the beginning of 1 November 2017, Philippine passport holders has been able to travel to Taiwan visa-free for stays of up to 14 days, provided certain conditions are met. The visa-free program will be on a 9-month trial period from 1 Nov,2017 until 31 Jul,2018! Let's take a look on the official announcement: Starting from Nov. 1, 2017, Philippine nationals are eligible to travel to the Republic of China (Taiwan) completely visa-free for 14 days. The Philippine nationals can visit Taiwan visa-free, just similar to Singapore or Hong Kong.…