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Taipei skyline from Elephant Mountain, - photo by Peellden. Approved foreign nationals must show a negative Covid test result no older than 17 hours. Travelers from low or medium risk countries may be eligible to apply for a 7-day quarantine.
Taipei, the national capital of Taiwan, is the country's political, economic, scientific, military and cultural center, and a global leader in cutting-edge computer and electronics technologies. Part of the best collection of Chinese art in the world is here, half the collection of the emperors from the Forbidden Ciy in Beijing, known as the Taipei Gugong , representing over over 10, years of Chinese arts and history at the National Palace Museum. A more traditional Chinese society survives here too, without some of the kinds of changes seen on the mainland after decades of Communism there.
Perhaps the best Chinese food in the world can be enjoyed in Taiwan, in varieties that reflect the influences of many regions; noodles from South China, soups of Fujan, mixed in with local Taiwanese fare -a natural melange of island rustic foods, heavy on pork and shrimp paste, using roots and dried fish for more complex flavors. A wide assortment of International cuisines are also represented. In the opinion of many reviewers, Taiwanese street food ranks with the best, and costs very little.
The Taiwanese gay population is probably among the friendliest on earth, and tourists flock here from other Asian cities like Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Open and welcoming to foreigners, the guys appear genuine in their concern that everyone has a good time on their island. Less visible than the gay men's scene, lesbians are equally welcoming, and most women only have only to visit the right cafe or go to a dance event organized by LezMeeting to fit right in.
Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa, was inhabited only by aboriginal peoples until Dutch and Spanish settlers arrived in the 17th century. Han Chinese people began immigrating soon after, and pro-Ming loyalists expelled the Dutch in to establish Chinese rule. Taipei was founded in the early 18th century under the Qing Dynasty. The Japanese began an extensive program of building, using advanced urban planning, including an extensive railroad network.