Hospitality - One thing you'll notice is the importance of politeness in Taiwanese culture. Foreign visitors to Taiwan are usually impressed by the friendly, easygoing and enthusiastic Taiwanese. Taiwanese kindness and friendliness is well-known in the international community - whenever foreigners need help or directions, Taiwanese people always do their best to help them.
Colorful cultures - After undergoing multiple shifts in sovereignty over the centuries, Taiwan's cultural heritage is uniquely diverse. It contains one of the world’s highest densities of religious and ornate structures. These include Taoist and Buddhist temples such as the well-known Longshan Temple, one of the largest and oldest temples in Taiwan.
As an important producer of teas, especially oolong tea, Taiwan boasts its own representative tea culture as well.
Traditional arts - Traditional artwork can be found in countless alleys and lanes and even on some structures in Taiwan. Glove puppetry has been one of Taiwan’s treasured performing arts for more than 200 years, and it is usually performed on nearly every festive occasion. There are also many other traditional arts that are worth seeing in Taiwan.
Food - Taiwan is also famous for its night markets - both small to large night markets can be found in urban or suburban areas of every city. Night markets allow you to fully immerse yourself in local culture, as well as providing you with the chance to try some unusual delicacies and local snacks. Shihlin Night Market is one of the largest and most famous night markets in Taiwan; it’s always packed with people, foreigners in particular. People indulge in food, play games and shop, offering the best way to experience authentic local customs and cultures.