Cycling offers an amazing lifestyle. Whether you’re new to cycling or a long time rider, Taiwan offers some of the world’s best cycling. From leisurely rides along the Tamsui river or intense high mountain climbs, Taiwan has it all. Hundreds of miles of protected bike...
Quality of Life in Taiwan
Peace of mind, convenience, affordability, and delicious food all come to mind when describing the best attributes of life in Taiwan. With one of the world’s lowest crime-rate and nearly unheard-of gun violence, safety is hardly a concern when going about your day.
Convenience can be found at every street corner, offering a one-stop-shop to pay bills, buy transportation and event tickets, arrange for dry cleaning, and print documents. Cities in Taiwan are easy to navigate with plenty of transportation options available. With substantially lower consumer prices than Hong Kong, it is easy to enjoy delightful international cuisine, world-class entertainment, and domestic travel without breaking the bank.
As a diverse, open, and tolerant society, media freedom, religion, political debate and same sex partnerships are highly welcome. Lifestyle can be comfortably adjusted to your own pace, so life can be worry-free.
As a geographically, culturally, and linguistically close location to Hong Kong, Taiwan already feels like home away from home.
Taiwan may be Asia’s best place for cinema. Taiwan offers a growing market place for moviegoers and provides locations for some of the world’s best directors, Every city offers ample theaters for an island in love with movies. Large multiplexes, small art house...
Those who live in Taiwan are spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring the masses of coastline on this rich and varied island. From pristine white-sand beaches to lush green reefs, locals have it all at their fingertips, with many of the beaches easily accessible...
Taipei vs Hong Kong for expat life quality – Taipei has been picked as the best city in the world to live in for expats by worldwide network internations. Hong Kong ranks 52nd.
Taiwan is ranked by expats as the No. 1 country in the world to “work, make friends, and raise a family” based on a survey made by InterNations.