Michelin Green Guide Taiwan (Michelin Green Guides) Paperback – 16 Mar 2011
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Green Guide - Taiwan Taiwan, new addition to the Green Guide series, is famous for hot springs, great hiking terrain and delicious snacks. Travelers to this Pacific island off mainland China will discover aboriginal villages, tea plantations, tropical flora and sandy beaches, and can explore the sights at Taroko Gorge, Tainan and Tapei. With driving and walking tours, maps, color photos and illustrations and wide-rang... Full description
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it gives you a wide variety of choices depends on your needs!
As a Taiwanese person, it is very interesting to read about your country from a foreign perspective.
It is so in-depth, and very very well-written and well-informed!
It's probably the most up to date guide for now as well.
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It's information is pretty much accurate and updated. It's very informative in the aspects of etiquette, which is seldom seen in other travel guides to Taiwan.
Taiwan is a very diversified island, and in this sense this pocket guide omits a lot info. It's somewhat unenviable in all pocket or compact travel guide. The good thing is that the info left in it pretty much match what local Taiwanese people feel about their island.
It's still a good one. Especially for traveler who only want to stay in each of Taiwanese City for just few days, it could be useful because most key info provided and not overwhelming traveler's mind.
One important thing, it doesn't explain very clearly about how to take public and private transportation in Taiwanese cities in general or in each city or between cities. All who want to visit Taiwan may have the need for the more clear and detailed sources somewhere else.
The guide is well organized and boasts plenty of colorful pictures alongside the text. I like the fact that a map of Taipei MRT (Metro) is included in the back flap for easy reference. Moreover, there are excellent transport directions provided on how to get to the main tourist attractions as well as hours / contact information. I also found the index to be pretty helpful and accurate in locating specific points of interest.
The guide is 388 pages long but it is leaner than the other guides. It actually would fit inside of a long pocket pretty well.