Tainan is located on the south-western coast of Taiwan facing the Taiwan Strait. Tainan is the cultural capital of Taiwan with more Buddhist and Taoist temples than any other city in Taiwan and a total of 22 National Monument sites. In addition, a diversity of religions and folk customs coexist in Tainan, resulting in a vibrant and harmonised combination of cultural features. Tainan is also known for its beautiful natural landscape, cuisine and renowned agricultural and fishery products. The city has moved on from its traditional manufacturing industries to become a smart city and a hub for high-tech industries.
The charming culture that comes from more than 300 years of history exudes from the quaint lanes and alleys of Tainan and is what attracts visitors back time and time again. In addition to its rich culture and historical monuments, Tainan also offers exciting night markets, authentic street food, boutique stores and stunning natural attractions. Tainan is famous for its delicious must-try snacks and tasty beef soup, rice cake with dried fish and braised pork on top of aromatic steamed rice cake.
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