Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: I live in 29 Southdene, Halstead, Kent, UK
The beautiful island country named taiwan
History recorded it saying that when Portuguese sailors first caught sight of Taiwan in the 1540s, they were so struck by the island's scenery that they called it Ilha Formosa—"Beautiful Island." Of course, the lush, topographic landscape of Taiwan may have already experienced alteration for preservation, tourism purposes and modernization, but it has remained a beautiful country up to the present. It is also said that Taiwan's natural beauty remains in a class of its own. The Creator of the world has scattered within her eight National Eco Parks, 18 National Forest Recreation Areas and many natural scenic wonders that there is just so much natural beauty in Taiwan. One of Taiwan's most stunning boasts is its many tall waterfalls as the country is bounded by mountain ranges from the northern tip to the southern end of the island. Owe it to Taiwan's climate and geography, sufficient rainfall support the formation of these cascading streams. This article is inviting my readers to work hard, save for a vacation and visit Taiwan.
We know that it is not common for the working majority can plan for a vacation to a tourist destination. Aside from being costly, not all offices offer paid vacation packages to their employees. So for most, it is something to save for. Therefore, the vacation has to be meaningful and satisfying as it is not that easy to prioritize travelling over other expenses. But for those who can work and travel at the same time, as those working remotely, why not travel to Taiwan. See for yourself the famous Shifen Waterfalls, also known as Taiwan’s Niagara Falls, from its looks and descriptions. It falls at around 66 feet and spread twice her height, looking much alike the famous waterfall that straddles the America-Canada border. For the mountain lovers, there are long trails to hike along the mountainsides. One must visit the famous Taroko National Park and live a day with the gorge carved by Liwu River. It will also be nice to experience the thrill of crossing the long Zhuilu Suspension Bridge.
The tall waterfalls in between mountains, the heart stopping deep cliffs, the sun, the wind and the Pacific, the Taiwanese people, their history and culture, all and more join together to make any visitor love Taiwan. I have linked an article here which gives an additional 12 reasons why anyone would love a visit to Taiwan. My goal here is to encourage those who want to spend their precious savings on a rewarding vacation in a place really worth it. This chance of a lifetime could give the treasures they would want to bring back home; souvenir photos, exciting stories and beautiful memories. Let me one day read your feedback and travel stories too after you have visited Taiwan.