Tainan Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia



Tainan – Venture here and explore Taiwan’s oldest city. Follow us through history’s favorite spots in Tainan and start putting an itinerary together of your own!

37 thoughts on “Tainan Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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    Sherri Parke says:

    Thank you Expedia for makjng such great film, I am a Tainan native but haven‘t been living there for over 27 years, Tainan has a very special place in my heart, this film has brought back a lot of memories, I loved the music too.

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    小段 says:

    Expedia

    Hello,
    I am a staff member of the 65th International Association of Dental Students. IADS is the largest international dental student conference involving dentistry students from 60+ countries around the world and will be held in Taiwan this year. We’re currently looking for some promotional material before the conference starts, and some of the footage from the videos uploaded on your YouTube channel would be perfect for our needs.

    If allowed to use your material, we would cut some footage and put it together with our own regarding conference details. The video would be uploaded on the IADS fanpage (https://www.facebook.com/IADSKaohsiung/) and we would possibly also upload certain videos in full, completely unedited(Ex: Tainan Vacation travel guide) with full credits and links.

    We would also include credits within our promotional video, and possibly list Expedia as one of our sponsors if it’s wanted. There would be no commercial use of the video footage whatsoever.
    Looking forward to your response, thanks!

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    하와이백수 says:

    대만은 정말 역사보존을 잘해논것 같아요…한국의 경상도 + 전라도크기 정도만한 나라에도 유구한 전통문화와 광대한 역사의 현장이 흐른다는게 정말 멋있고, 또 우리 한국이 배워나가야 할것같습니다 : )

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    Randy Kao says:

    I was born in and spent most of my childhood in Tainan. My family and I immigrated to the United States when I was just 11 years old. I have not been back to Tainan in 37 years. After watching the videos, I started to reminisce about my childhood in Tainan. I still have a lot of memories about it. I really miss it. I would love to pay a visit someday. I am going to wait until I have the time and the money.

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    Hello now says:

    Tainan has a lot of airpollution. I am not sure how they measure it, but as someone who has been in traffic in other Asian cities that are considered 'polluted' Tainan is a special case. Imagine 1 million 2 cycle motors buzzing around and smoking up narrow roadways, and you have no choice but to breath it in. People wear these paper masks, but that only means you breath the toxins deeper into your lungs. I used to get sick and nearly pass out at the intersections. But the Tainanese grow up with it, so they don't really know any different. They actually say that Taipei is worse, which just shows their pride and lack of logic, as they frequently express how Taipei people are mean, and their food (Tainan literally puts heaping amounts of table sugar and syrups to make everything sweet) is not good as Tainan's, and yada yada yada. There is however a place of refuge to get a wif of real fresh air, and that place is the beach. Tainan has miles of potentially great beach front. Unfortunately, it is a flat out shame that the locals only know how to throw their trash there. I cannot believe people all over Taiwan do not demand a more accessible beach from the HSR, rather than the inconveniant Kenting.

    The Anping River could use some sprucing up as well. It looks and smells horrible. I been all over in Asia and I would say that the air pollution in Tainan is the worst I ever expereinced.

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