Exploring Taiwan’s Sights to See with UNLTD Travel and Tours

 

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13 Responses to “Exploring Taiwan’s Sights to See with UNLTD Travel and Tours”

  1. Me-An,

    Reading your post brought back memories I had of Taiwan in various stages of my life. I was there at 12, then at 18, and several more times. Last time was a couple of years ago to take care my brother who died there. He had been living there for two decades.

    Seeing the places you have been to, they are all so distant, yet it feels as if they were just around the corner. Nothing much has changed in the last decade there and what they have, has so far been well-maintained. Gotta appreciate Taipei, a metropolis and it is surrounded by parks and geologic formations.

    I thank you for your post and photos for they also made me realize and appreciate the experience I had when I visited the country. For instance, those mushroom rocks? I could not care less back when I was a kid. I mean, what is there to see about rocks? But seeing those photos, I now appreciate how unique and fascinating they are.

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  2. Tbh, I am really hesitant in joining group travels because new people are still strangers. And I don’t know who they are or what they do. Yes, I get paranoid sometime and I do not trust easily. But I agree with the point that planning travelling with friends can be difficult because of each other’s priorities. With ready-made packages, it’s just easy to book and complete the specific number of people. Perhaps next time, I would consider it.

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  3. Lovely pictures as always! 🙂 i used to join a lot of local group tours when i was younger. It’s an awesome way to meet friends. So jealous that you got to do that overseas! I’ve never been to Taiwan but my husband used to visit often for business. He’s been bugging me to go. Would love to see the night market and the geopark live!!! 🙂

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  4. I was able to experience group travel a number of times. It was fun as you get to mingle with strangers until you become friends. You also learn the values of empathy, consideration, and patience. The farthest we’ve been was Hong Kong and again, It was fun.

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  5. I haven’t traveled yet, but if I will be given a chance, travelling with a group is a go-go! It is always exciting to try new things! Aside from the experience, you’ll also have new friends! I hope we can travel soon. 🙂

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  6. This is very timely as we are planning to visit Taiwan. Your photos are stunning. I would love to visit the Yehlie Geopark and the night market.

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  7. I actually (spontaneously) booked a ticket to Taiwan a few months back, but when I found out I was pregnant, I had to cancel the trip. Technically, I could still go, but since it was a delicate period, I decided not to risk it. This just means that I have to go some other time, but with a little one in tow! 🙂 I would still love to visit — it’s cheap, it’s beautiful, and I heard the food is really good! Well, your post just confirms these things! 🙂 UNLTD Travel and Tours did a really good job in creating your itinerary. They took you to the popular must-see places like the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Palace but also to places I’ve never even heard of before! Maybe when we go one day, I’ll use this post as my reference and inspiration. 🙂 I love the Mushroom Rocks! (Well, I love mushrooms, so that’s probably why. Haha!) They’re so fascinating… and you photographed it so well! I thought the rocks were small until you took a closer shot! I was surprised to see how huge they actually are. I love your couple shots by the way! So cute! 🙂 More happy travels for you two! <3

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  8. Taiwan seems to be another go-to destination for millennials. What I like about traveling with a group of strangers is that you may end up being friends. Plus, if don’t have someone to take photos for you, they could be your photographers of some sort. But anyway, Taiwan has so much history coming from your post. I would love to visit it and just take Instagrammable photos! 💙

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  9. I never tried getting a full package when I travel, however, we tried getting a tour in Palawan where you get to be with different people in one boat. It was an avenue for you to meet new friends. I do the planning if it’s just me and my husband, or if we will be travelling with our friends, we have this friend eho is best on planning at everything! Yes, DIY travel can be a hassle since you really need to have time researching. I haven’t traveled internationally and I guess getting someone who knows the place to arrange your itenerary is a great idea.

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  10. Aica Batoon

    Sure looks like an amazing trip! I’ve never been to Taiwan but I’ve always wanted to go there. Your photos definitely captured Taiwan’s beauty!! I am so envious. I’ll recommend UNLTD Travel and Tours to my parents right away~ Or maybe after I graduate, I would love to travel with my friends (Hopefully)! Thank you so much for sharing!!! <3

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  11. Congratulations to Jason.
    I wish I had started my travel venture at least 10 years earlier. But, hell, no. I was at that time riding on my corporate career, oblivious to the exciting world of startups. Can you connect me to Jason, please? Maybe we can collaborate so something exciting.

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  12. A travel start up like this is my dream too. Jason has done well by assimilating all his experiences and creating something so productive like this. Taiwan and pocket friendly? Makes me curious. Need to follow for helpful tips.

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  13. menujubali

    I think its a Very nice tour. and a amazing tips. maybe Next moth i will going to Taiwan and explore this country. thank for your shared information

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