Taiwan-A must-visit destination for young travellers
Taipei, Jun 17 (IBNS): Taiwan remains a youth magnet for the new generation willing to understand and uncover the gem that resides in its geography.
The exotic country of Taiwan is adventurous and offers a mosaic of scenic beauties to fulfill the quest for travelling pursued by young travelers.
Young educated youth with an easy access to technology and available information find the Taiwanese cities fascinating to travel and engage in a plethora of youthful activities.
The dazzling metropolis of Taipei is home to a number of experiences - both youthful and cosmopolitan.
Explore the iconic landmark of Taipei 101, shop in the bustling night markets or go clubbing in the sprawling clubs to soak in the infectious vibe of the city that never sleeps.
Taipei 101 Mall features a world class shopping destination to shop for luxury goods, fine dining and fashion. Steeped in tradition and culture, Taipei is home to famous monuments, landmark sites and premier centers for performing arts. Moving further away from Taipei, Hsinchu, Hualein, Kaohsiung, Taichung, Puli and many other destinations offer a myriad of experiences.
A land of rugged mountainous terrain with abundant rainfall, for experienced mountaineers and hikers, it is the most sought after destination to go for mountain adventure.
Young travellers oozing with the passion to explore the hidden gems of nature can participate in outdoor activities that include: The underwater adventure in the tropical surface, hiking in the foothills close to the city or climbing the roof of Taiwan, Mt. Hade at nearly 4,000 meters above sea level, the highest mountain in Northeast Asia.
Economical stays and warm hospitality of the locals makes it very convenient for youngsters to travel to Taiwan where adventure never seems to end.
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