Need to convince a friend, a partner or a family member why you need to visit Taiwan? Well, look no further because this Taiwan pictures will spark your wanderlust!
I know Taiwan is popular for its delicious street food, numerous night markets, and its milk tea! But one thing that I did not expect was how picturesque the country was until our trip this year.
This collection of amazing Taiwan pictures is a testimony of how the country has captured my heart in so many ways!
During the trip, we have joined a historic walking tour, went up the Taipei 101, explored some night markets, and joined day tours out of Taipei to gorgeous locations in Taiwan.
Of all the places we have visited, you can see how Taiwan has so many different faces! And this, most of all, has made the country so exciting to visit.
Taiwan Pictures to Fall In Love With
If you still need a little bit of push to book that ticket, well I am sure these Taiwan pictures will be the only convincing you will need.
Check out these Taiwan photos we have compiled for you!
Our 1st and 2nd days were spent in Taipei. We explored some parts of the city that were easily accessible from our location. Come and take a look at our Taiwan pictures of Taipei!
View of Taipei upon our arrival from Manila, Philippines. This is such a great view especially after the long wait in NAIA.
Part of the arrival hall at the Taoyuan International Airport before we lined up at the Immigration.
Our first view of Taiwan onboard the Taoyuan Airport MRT going to Taipei. It was a bit gloomy on our arrival, but of course, it did not lessen the excitement of finally being able to explore this side of Asia.
Another view of the train. Look at the fog coming from the mountain!
We are about to enter Taipei and this is another view that we have enjoyed!
View after alighting the train at the Taipei Main Station. We were already hungry at this time and we’re looking for a place to grab a bite.
Hello Taipei! One of the views that greeted us after emerging from the MRT Station. We were starting to look for the Pillow Hostel where we were going to stay for the entire trip!
Locals going about their daily routine. This is us going to the hostel.
Cute displays at the entrance of the MRT station. We got lost a little bit but since we were relieved of our bags and were full, it was no problem at all!
Our first view of the Taipei 101!
This is inside the Taipei 101 tower. There is a commercial space inside where you can buy luxury items.
One of the first views we saw after alighting at the Taipei 101 elevator.
This is one of my favorite views as it shows that despite the skyscrapers and development, Taipei still has preserved its mountains.
The Longshan Temple in Taipei. This is one of the spots we have visited during the free historic walking tour.
This is in the complex of the Longshan Temple, just right beside the entrance gate.
Inside the Longshan Temple where offerings are made and devotees pray.
During the walking tour as we were on our way to the Presidential Office Building.
One of the gates of the influential families in Taipei a long time ago.
The Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. It is one of Taipei’s famous landmarks and a must-visit!
On our way to the Taipei MRT Station of the Taipei Zoo for our ride of the Maokong Gondola
View of the highway on board the Maokong Gondola.
The main road outside of the Maokong Gondola Station. We are ready to grab some lunch and taste some milk tea!
The Taipei skyline onboard the Gondola. The sun is setting here and the view is breathtaking!
We availed of the night tour of the hop-on-hop-off bus and enjoyed the sights of the city as it lights up.
On our 3rd day, we visited the Northern Coast. Here is a sneak peek of our Taiwan pictures in its northern coast area.
This is a replica of the ‘Queen’s Head’, one of the most astonishing rock formations in the park
Here’s a view of the amazing landscape at the Yehliu Geopark. This is from the Viewing Deck. It was a hot day when we visited.
This is the pathway where tourists can get close to the rock formations and to take photos. There are guards monitoring the area. So if you get too close, be sure that you’ll be reprimanded.
This is the pathway towards the other rock formations. It was a not-so-windy but definitely hot kind of day.
Some sights at the Jiufen Old Street. There are lots of shopping opportunities here and lots of food stalls!
Here’s a view from the very edge of the Jiufen Old Street. Gorgeous, isn’t it?
One of our stops during the Northern Coast Tour. This golden waterfall may be small compared to the Shifen waterfall, but it looks amazing!
A photo of what used to be a gold mine in Taiwan. This is the view that faces the Ying Yang Sea.
A view of the Shifen Waterfall from one of its viewing deck. We spent an hour here, eating delicious fishballs!
This is the bridge that serves as a pathway towards the Shifen Waterfall. There were a lot of people when we visited and the structure was swaying as we were passing through.
These are some of the lanterns that were released by tourists visiting this side of Shifen. It’s a small town with lots of stores and stalls that you can enjoy a walk-in.
On the day of our flight, we took a quick day trip to Taichung and enjoyed its picturesque attractions. Here’s a gallery of our Taiwan pictures in Taichung!
Here’s one of the views that we saw on our way to Taichung. We got stuck for 2-3 hours in the traffic. So this was an exciting time because we knew we were near our destination.
Fields of flowers at the Houli Flower Farm – a dream for Instagram lovers!
This is the farm’s field of lavenders! People were lining up on this grand piano (not on photo) to take a picture of themselves. I can’t blame them because it looks dramatic! I didn’t bother though as posing for photos like that are never really my thing.
The fort a Summit Resort where we took an hour exploring! You’ll definitely go back in time!
Another structure at the Summit Resort. This is near the entrance and guests can linger on the benches.
There are lots of photo opportunities at the resort and you can get lost in its gorgeous landscape.
Here’s another view of the landscape with the stone bridge.
Here’s one of the painted walls at the Rainbow Village.
Check out the colorful walls here.
Path to the Rainbow Village. Lots of people were also here trying to get a good photo.
View of the windmills while we were approaching the Gaomei Wetlands.
A view of the path towards the sea. Look at that crowd!
So… Did these Taiwan pictures make you want to book a ticket now? I certainly hope so!
Taiwan is indeed lovely and I am sure you’d love it too!
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