Honeymoon Spots: Must Visit Places in Taiwan Part 2

For the newly married couples, or even partners who’re looking for a romantic place to relax side by side, plan a trip to Taiwan! There are countless peaceful honeymoon spots that you can enjoy with your loved ones without being disrupted. Moreover, these locations are capable of providing the experience of being in the scenes of a romantic TV series.

1. Cherry Blossom

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If you choose the right season, you would get to see cherry blossoms blooming all around. With the pink petals falling over your head, it’ll surely bring back memories of the encounter with your first love.

The suitable time for this season would be available at the starting of the year, during the public holiday of Chinese New Year.

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There are many different places to witness the beauty of cherry blossom, and this includes Yang Mingshan National Park in Taipei, Wuling Farm in Taichung and Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village at Nantou.

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2. Lakes & Ocean

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Nothing can mean more than spending time with your partner in front of a wonderful view. Bringing them closer to nature can show your sincerity. Other than that, comfortable environment can create good mood and atmosphere.

Besides the typical tourist spots like Sun Moon Lake, you can visit places such as Liyu Lake at Hualien, Qingshui Cliff and Double-Heart of Stacked Stones  at Qimei.

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Moreover, couples can join activities like light-boat sailing and also gazing over the Pacific Ocean with three colour tones.

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3. Paddy field

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Cycling around paddy fields is also one of the options available. Because of the calming breeze, paddy fields can create great romantic memories too~

For example, lovely photos can be taken under the bright blue sky at Brown’s Road in Taitung, Xinshe Coastal Rice Terraces in the east coast of Taiwan at Hualien and Toucheng Farm at Yilan.

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During the harvest season, you would be able to see gold waves of paddy across the fields too~

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Are you all hyped up about having a trip to Taiwan? Join the Matta Fair this September! Taiwan, set as Asia’s favourite destination third time in a row,  has prepared packages along with free gifts to encourage more people to visit Taiwan. There will be 1256 booths other than exciting performances waiting for you~

[MATTA Fair 2018]

Date: 7-9/9/2018

Time: 10 am – 9 pm

Venue: Putra World Trade Centre

Entrance fee: RM 4 per pax (free for children below 12)

MATTA Fair Press Conference

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