Taiwan Pictures My Top 30 Photos of Taiwan Find budget accommodation in Taiwan! Taiwan Pictures Taiwan is a real paradise for photographers and I truly feel lucky to have had the chance to live here since 2000 to indulge my passion for pictures. A Taiwanese farmer in Kaohsiung County. This man seems to be wondering why a foreigner would want to take a picture of him. Yunlin County. Colorful Chinese dragon’s tail at a small temple lost in a bamboo forest in Nantou County. My friends Pierre and May, riding on my Yamaha FZ6 along the scenic Central Cross Highway, just past Mt. Hehuan. Taichung: my beautiful concrete jungle! Miaokou Market in Keelung City (just north of Taipei) is one of the best places in Taiwan (if not the best) to eat fresh seafood. A common scene in Taiwan: an army of scooters packed between cars at a busy traffic light. Age-old Chinese ritual in one of the narrow lanes in Tainan City. One of the most unusual sights in Taiwan – Dang-ki; a religious practice where men invite “bad spirits” to possess them, and then they beat themselves with crazy weapons like swords, daggers, axes and toothed clubs. This one happened just outside a Starbucks, right in downtown Taichung! Two Taiwanese girls on a scooter in front of Taichung train station. Praying the taosist way in Guanziling, Tainan County. Click here to follow us on facebook! Two young Taiwanese girls pray in Longshan Temple in Taipei. Me, hiking Mt. Guanshan, in Southern Taiwan. Taiwan’s beautiful Central Mountain Range. The tall peak in the distance is Mt. Qilai, another great climb. When people think of Taiwan, they think factories and sprawling cities. Very few know that Taiwan has amazing hiking. C.K.S. Memorial is one of the mostpopular attractions in Taipei City. Chinese Lanterns are everywhere in Taiwan. Those ones were making a ceiling in front of Matsu Temple, on Cijin Island, not too far from Kaohsiung. I took this picture of a young Taiwanese boy the first week I got to Taiwan, back in the summer of 2000, at the beautifulConfucius Temple, in Taichung. Sun Moon Lake, in Nantou County, is Taiwan’s biggest lake as well as a great destination to walk in the mountains. Listening to a “priest” or “teacher” in Taichung’sConfucius Temple. Aesthetic Chinese painting on a wall at the back of Baoan Temple, in the old part of Taipei. Taiwan’s largest Confucius temple is located on the edge ofLotus Pond, in the nothern part of Kaohsiung City. After a noisy parade that took place right on the Northeast Coast Highway, close to Keelung. For some reason, of all the pictures of Taiwan that I have, this one is my ultimate favorite. Foguangshan Monastery, in Kaohsiung County hasthe island’s tallest Buddha statue. Old-style Chinese doors at the back of CKS Memorial, in Taipei. A trendy Taiwanese kid in Ximending, an entire district dedicated to shopping and youth fashion. It’s in Taipei of course! Traditional Chinese opera signer in Keelung. Two young Taiwanese girls attend the Confucius’ birthday celebrations at the Confucius Temple in Taipei. The event takes place every year on September 28. Dakeng Mountains, just outside Taichung City. Another excellent place to hike. See More Pictures Of Taiwan!