If there was one thing we could do more often, it would definitely be travelling and exploring the world. And while it’s nice to go to place we’re familiar with (Bali again? London? Nah…) this year, it’s time to break out of the travel rut and do things a little different. So with the drop of our first digital issue, we started looking into unique travel spots — hidden gems that don’t appear on your feed every other day.
Thanks to the suggestions from the peeps from Airbnb, we were able to round up hidden spots that should be the destination on your next plane ticket. Why not try something different for a change?
The hidden cities of Taiwan
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The hustle and bustle of Taipei may be a favourite among tourists who visit Taiwan, but eastern districts like Daxi and Yujing are starting to gain more traction. Add Daxi on your itenirary Daxi is a small town that’s filled with plenty of historic and culinary attractions. If you’re already visiting the capital city, add in Daxi as a day trip. The small town is filled with plenty of historic and culinary attractions that would suffice throughout the day.
However, if you want to escape the city completely, head over to Yujing to enjoy its mango farms and hot springs. If you’re a sucker for ancient artifacts, add Taitung on your list. It’s a coastal city filled with relics recovered from buried Neolithic slate coffins, and part-time birders along the many lakefront paths.