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Taichung travel guide

Taichung tourism | Taichung guide

You're Going to Love Taichung

Taichung is one of the main transport and industrial hubs on the west coast of Taiwan. Between the several night markets and countless department stores, you won't be left wanting for activities. Make sure you visit the National Museum of Natural Science during your trip and go hiking in the hills nearby.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Taichung

When to Visit Taichung

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Taichung is a year-round destination, though temperatures can be colder in January and February.

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How to Get to Taichung

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Where to Stay in Taichung

The Hotel ONE is a good choice if you want an upscale experience in the Central District. The Holiday Inn Express Taichung has a stunning view over Taichung Park.

Popular Neighborhoods in Taichung

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How to Get Around Taichung

The Cost of Living in Taichung

Shopping Streets

The Xiang Shang and the Yizhong street markets are the best places to shop for souvenirs, clothes, and electronics.

Groceries and Other

Carrefour and Taiwan Fresh Supermarket have several locations in the Central District. Expect to spend NT$330 for a gallon of milk and NT$60 for a dozen eggs.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
S$ 4.24
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
S$ 106.61
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
S$ 0.74
S$ 3.20

Where to Eat in Taichung

The West District is the best place to find restaurants. Top of One is a great choice if you want European fare. Try Steak Akaoni or Taichung Meatballs for a more affordable and more traditional experience. An inexpensive meal should cost NT$85, while a more expensive restaurant can cost NT$500 or more.