With its myriad parks, gardens and myriad other green spaces, Taiwan is a country for those who seek out venues that radiate a sense of calm. Sure, there are rugged mountainous regions where you can test out your mettle on vertiginous paths that will leave you breathless. But there are also bundles of family-friendly venues laced with flat, paved bicycle paths. My article for the Huffington Post introduces you to a few of these verdant landscapes.
Friday, July 4, 2014
Top Parks, Gardens and Green Spaces in Taiwan
Posted by J The Travel Authority at 2:27 PM
Labels: Asia/Africa, biking, gardens, green spaces, jogging, national park, parks, Taiwan, walking
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somehow I hadn't thought of Taiwan in connection with green spaces. thanks for the introduction to that idea, and the pnotographs
Hi Kerry, I know. I was surprised, too. Glad you liked my photos.
Pretty. I too assumed it was heavily urban now.
Hi Roxanne, It's amazing how Taipei is networks with so many hundreds of km of bike trails, many criss-crossing through peaceful parks.
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