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Gettting Around Taiwan
The newest addition to Taipei City's efficient transportation system, the double decker 'Hop-On, Hop-Off' bus gives visitors a hassle-free way to tour the city by usage of a day pass for both the Red and Blue lines.
Current weather conditions for Taipei City
Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Taiwan (ROC), mainland China (PRC), Singapore, and is spoken as an auxiliary language in Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, and many other Chinese communities abroad. With over 960 million native speakers worldwide, Mandarin is definitely an important language to learn.
Taiwan's primary language is Mandarin Chinese, and is a great place to learn how to speak Chinese!
Officially named the Taichung BRT Blue Line, the Taichung BRT runs along Taiwan Boulevard from the Taichung Train Station to Providence University.
The BRT system has been dismantled, however the stations are still being utilised.
Taichung BRT Blue Line is now Route #300.
The Republic of China (Taiwan) allows certain passport holders visa-free entry for tourism, visiting friends or relatives, social visits, doing business, attending exhibitions, fact finding, and international exchanges.
In order to be approved for visa-free entry, make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months (3 months for Japanese), can prove you do not intend on staying indefinitely in Taiwan (either by a flight reservation or some type of itinerary), and have no criminal record or other extenuating circumstances in the ROC.
A common question that visitors may ask when visiting Taiwan is "if Taiwan is Taiwan, and China is China, then why do license plates say 臺灣省"?
This question is actually very easy to answer!