Taiwan, one of the top ten fastest growing tourist spots in the world, is a land of cultural, historic and natural treasures and welcomed more than 8 million visitors in 2013. In fact, Taiwan was selected as the top destination in Asia and ranked No. 11 globally in “52 Places to Go in 2014” by the New York Times, deemed a great place for “travelers who want to do it all." In Taiwan, travelers will experience the best Asia has to offer. From internationally renowned fine dining to authentic flavors in local eateries, Taiwan offers a culinary voyage to awaken every palate. From Taipei, the city that never sleeps, to Taroko Gorge, the sanctuary of relaxation, Taiwan gives you the best of both worlds. As a traveler, there is always something for you.
Be curious, astonished, delighted and charmed with traditional temples, bustling night markets, cosmopolitan cities, natural wonders, relaxing hot springs, and an endless array of adventures you can experience in this wonderful island. Be the guest of honor and discover Taiwan, the Heart of Asia.
Capture the spirit of Taiwan with this insider look at the extraordinary opportunities to “live like a local” from travel videographer Kelley Ferro, who traveled with USTOA Active Member Ritz to see, taste, smell and engage in local culture, cuisine, arts, handicrafts and more.
For more up close and personal looks at the people and experiences of Taiwan, check out these specialized videos from Kelley on the region’s street markets, rituals and ceremony, food, tropical country side and culture.
Delve even deeper into the day-to-day life of locals on the USTOA blog, where Kelley Ferro and travel blogger Colin Roohan detail their adventures engaging with locals while in Taiwan with Ritz Tours. And, visit AFAR.com for highlights from Colin’s journey.
Inspired? #TravelTogether with USTOA. For a full list of members that offer tours to Taiwan, visit ustoa.com/taiwan.
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