The Rough Guide to Taiwan

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Rough Guides Limited, Apr 1, 2011 - Travel - 447 pages
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The Rough Guide to Taiwan is the ultimate travel guide to this fascinating island, with clear maps, full Chinese and pinyin translations and detailed coverage of all the top attractions and a host of lesser-visited sights. Discover Taiwan s highlights with stunning photography and information on everything from the island s magnificent national parks and tranquil hot spring resorts, to its most lavish temples and the mind-blowing National Palace Museum.

Find practical advice on what to see and do in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung, relying on up-to-date descriptions of the best hotels, bars, clubs, shops and restaurants for all budgets. Explore Taiwan s fabulous culinary scene, from the top boutique restaurants to the best local street food, and learn how to make the most of Taiwan s gasp-inducing hinterland; Alishan, Kenting, Yushan, Sun Moon Lake and the offshore islands are described in detail and made easily accessible, even for non-Chinese speakers.

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

Well researched and authoritatively written. My chief criticism would be in its disastrous mixture of fonts and font sizes, which make its use at home, in a cafe, or "in the field" a displeasure. Too ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Stephen Keeling has lived in East Asia for over a decade and is a contributor on "The Rough Guide to Spain".Brice Minnigh lived in Hong Kong for ten years working as a journalist. He has written for "ActionAsia" magazine and has travelled all over the region.

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