About Taiwan

LOCATION:
Hsin's Taiwan Travel asia mapTaiwan is located in the western Pacific Ocean, outside the southeast of China, between Japan and the Philippines. Taiwan is close to Switzerland and the Netherlands and is an amazing and beautiful island. The English name of Taiwan is “Republic Of China (R.O.C)”, which is different from China’s “People’s Republic of China (P.R.C)”, Taiwan is also different from Thailand. Taiwan’s international flight take-off and landing is “Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)”, remember it which not to buy the wrong ticket.

LOCATION:
Taiwan is located in the western Pacific Ocean, outside the southeast of China, between Japan and the Philippines.

Hsin's Taiwan Travel asia map

 Taiwan is close to Switzerland and the Netherlands and is an amazing and beautiful island. The English name of Taiwan is “Republic Of China (R.O.C)”, which is different from China’s “People’s Republic of China (P.R.C)”, Taiwan is also different from Thailand. Taiwan’s international flight take-off and landing is “Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)”, remember it which not to buy the wrong ticket.

NATURAL ENVIRONMENT:
Taiwan is an island surrounded by the ocean, and there are some small islands around it. Because Taiwan is located in the cracks of two large plates of the Earth, the “earthquake” is a natural phenomenon that often occurs in Taiwan, and you may also experience it.
The “earthquake” also brought many beautiful mountains and unique scenery to Taiwan. The mountainous area accounts for about 35% of Taiwan’s area. The Central Mountain Range divides Taiwan into two parts, the east and the west, each with a different natural landscape.
Taiwan is not large, but the Tropic of Cancer passes through Taiwan, so Taiwan can have tropical, subtropical, temperate zones, many different climate zones, and diverse natural landscapes.
Taiwan is warm all year round, with large changes in spring and winter, and small changes in summer and autumn. The annual average temperature is about 22 °C (72℉), and the average minimum temperature is 10-17 °C (50- 63℉).
“Typhoon” is also a special natural phenomenon in Taiwan. Many typhoons pass through Taiwan every summer and bring abundant water to Taiwan.
The changing terrain and climate make Taiwan unique natural conditions and are very suitable for tourism.

NATURAL ENVIRONMENT:
Taiwan is an island surrounded by the ocean, and there are some small islands around it. Because Taiwan is located in the cracks of two large plates of the Earth, the “earthquake” is a natural phenomenon that often occurs in Taiwan, and you may also experience it.
The “earthquake” also brought many beautiful mountains and unique scenery to Taiwan. The mountainous area accounts for about 35% of Taiwan’s area. The Central Mountain Range divides Taiwan into two parts, the east and the west, each with a different natural landscape.
Taiwan is not large, but the Tropic of Cancer passes through Taiwan, so Taiwan can have tropical, subtropical, temperate zones, many different climate zones, and diverse natural landscapes.
Taiwan is warm all year round, with large changes in spring and winter, and small changes in summer and autumn. The annual average temperature is about 22 °C (72℉), and the average minimum temperature is 10-17 °C (50- 63℉).
“Typhoon” is also a special natural phenomenon in Taiwan. Many typhoons pass through Taiwan every summer and bring abundant water to Taiwan.
The changing terrain and climate make Taiwan unique natural conditions and are very suitable for tourism.

HISTORY CULTURE:
Taiwan is a multicultural country. Prehistoric Taiwanese aborigines are Austronesian languages ethnic, with Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Polynesia being the same ethnic group.
European countries Holland, Spain, and Portugal once colonized Taiwan or stayed in Taiwan during the Great Navigation era.
During the Qing Dynasty of China, many people on the southeast coast crossed the ocean and came to live in Taiwan. In modern times, Taiwan was once ruled by Japan.During the Japanese rule, the introduction of Japanese traditional culture and education, Taiwan’s modern culture was deeply influenced by Japan.
In 1949, the Chinese Civil War and the Chiang Kai-shek government moved to Taiwan, bringing many people from all over China and bringing different cultures from all over China.
Now new immigrants from countries around Asia have moved to Taiwan, adding new elements to Taiwanese culture.
Taiwanese culture is diversified and integrated, so Taiwan is free and respectful of various religions or lifestyles.

 

POLITICAL ECONOMY:
Taiwan is a country of democracy and freedom. The president is directly elected by the people. The people also participate in many public issues.
International trade is Taiwan’s main economic project, and the machinery and electronics industry is the main export project. Many electronic products or mechanical products are produced in Taiwan, such as TSMC, HTC, Acer, Asus, Giant, and Miranda are world-renowned Taiwanese brands.

 

Taiwan is rich in culture and nature, and it is worth your personal experience.