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Taiwan’s summers are wet and humid, staying in the mid-90s (35), while winters are relatively mild, staying in the 60s (15 to 20). Autumn (September to October) and winter (November to February) are the best ... Read more
times to visit for the cooler, more pleasant weather. Like the rest of this region of the world, Taiwan also has a wet season. The northern part of Taiwan tends to be colder and wetter than the tropical south, and monsoons hit the island at different times of the year: the northeast monsoon lasts from October to March and the southwest monsoon lasts from May to September. However, rainy weather also equals lower crowds and huge discounts on accommodation, though Saturday-night rates tend to stay the same year-round.

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Tainan reviews

  • 9.8
    Foodies
  • 9.1
    Backpackers
  • 6.5
    History Buffs
  • 6.4
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  • 6.4
    Art & Design Lovers

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Madrid

My favourite city in Taiwan. Tainan is the former capital and the oldest city in Taiwan. It's a sprawling metropolitan city, but underneath it's modern appearance is an old, atmospheric, and traditional soul; More people go to the temples than they do cinemas. Tainan is also the food heaven in Taiwan, and it's famous for its snacks. The people in Tainan are also friendlier and hospitable.

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Anchorage

Tainan is a city of temples. Not just for show, these are living temples with a constant flow of worshipers throughout the day. It is also the old capital of Taiwan. There are a smattering of historic sights here for the tourist--enough to merit two full days of exploring. It's also a big foodie town, so in between temples, dig into a bowl of something delicious.

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Taiwan is not just about Taipei. Want to find the authentic Taiwan instead of another Asian metropolis like Hong Kong or Singapore, then come to Tainan. Tainan is the oldest city, the cultural capital, and the culinary center of Taiwan, a small city with laid back atmosphere and urban convenience. Tainan is a must go destination when you visit Taiwan only 2 hours away from Taipei by high speed rail.

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Klang

When we visit Tainan, we found the city looks old and the transport not in order. My son had stayed here four years and he took us to search Tainan food.'Zhenzu Milk Tea' is so delicious but better not to drink a lot because it is too sweet.

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Irvine
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I know whenever anyone visits Taiwan, their stop is always Taiwan~ and they starts eating in Taipei & believes that their food is "so good". Well, that's because you haven't visited Tainan yet!!! I agree, Tainan doesn't have the night life like Taipei does, but the food here is THE BEST!!! Some of the most well known dishes in Taiwan are: stinky tofu, oyster pancake, sticky rice ball (ma zang), fried fish noodle/rice noodles (you tei hi gei), fried shrimp rolls & lots more! Honestly, you have to take the High Speed Railroad (1 hour and half ride from Taipei) to Tainan and just EAT~ Once you eaten here, you won't find any place in Taipei that serves traditional Taiwanese food as amazing as Tainan's!

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Clean and full equipped hostel

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Local from Tainan

This is a place suitable for human habitation. I LOVE it!!

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Olathe

History of China

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소금산은 인상적임~

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