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Why Visit Taiwan?

Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China (ROC), is an island nation located in East Asia. Covering approximately 36,193 square kilometers, it is situated off the southeastern coast of China, separated by the Taiwan Strait.

Taiwan’s history is marked by indigenous cultures, Chinese migration, Japanese colonial rule, and the retreat of the Nationalist government after the Chinese Civil War. The nation’s culture reflects a blend of Chinese traditions, indigenous influences, and a commitment to democracy. Known for its technological prowess, Taiwan is a global leader in the semiconductor industry and high-tech manufacturing.