The main reason I visited Taiwan is because it is relatively close to Japan and flying there is reasonably cheap. Never did I imagine I would love it so much. But Taipei is such a vibrant city, the people are so nice, and the food is to die for that I can’t wait for my next visit.
So far I have only been to the capital of Taiwan, Taipei. And I had a blast. In just 48 hours in Taipei I experienced a lot of what the city has to offer, and I would love to visit again because there is still so much more to see and do.
My very first sponsorship after starting this blog was with Taipei Eats, the most amazing food tour operator in Taipei. They let me participate in the food tour for free in exchange for a detailed review post. You can find my review here, and my unbiased opinion is: Do a food tour in Taipei, it’s amazing. Not only the food but also the people you meet and all the other information you get is top!
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