Enjoy Taiwan – the kingdom of hot springs

Taipei, July 6, 2021 – Due to Taiwan’s unique location in the region where the Eurasian and Philippine tectonic plates meet, Taiwan has become the ‘Kingdom of Hot Springs’, with more than one hundred hot and cold natural springs across the country, each with its unique environment and local cuisine. His.

Hot springs are said to have a positive effect on blood circulation, digestion and the nervous system. Throughout Taiwan you will find hot springs rich in active ingredients sodium carbonate, iron, sodium carbonate, sulfur, salt and hydrogen sulfide, as well as some springs that are mostly mud. All these different types of springs provide different benefits of relaxation and treatment for body and mind.

With a wide range of public and private springs run by different hotels, there is a great variety of options for every style and budget. Hike the narrow mountain trails between the various natural sites and sit on the rocks in the hot and bubbling springs, rent a room in one of the special hotels with water pumps that draw water from the hot springs directly to the dedicated bath in the room, or take a tour of several public pools and relax with local springs and more people.

After a soaking soak, locals always like to savor a variety of unique dishes available at the hot springs sites or nearby at the various restaurants. In the town of Wallai you can taste the dishes from the cuisine of the Attiel tribe, all of whose ingredients are from the nearby mountain areas, emphasizing the original taste of those ingredients in the cooking process. When eating, it is recommended to dip the foods in sauces such as shiso (prila) and plum or honey juice. Look for local dishes such as A-bay, a dish wrapped in leaves around sweet potato or banana rice and other ingredients. In other areas like Shinbaitau, you can expect free-range chicken dishes and vegetables grown in the mountains, each with an unforgettable and unique taste.

Moreover, the Ministry of Tourism of Taiwan works hard to make the tourist sites in Taiwan accessible and in particular the access to the various hot springs for tourists with disabilities. Those looking for accessible hot springs with transportation and accommodation nearby will surely be happy to hear that the amazing hot springs in Goguan Park are very accessible for people with special disabilities departing from the THSR Taichung train station and a wide range of Taichung city buses operating throughout the day provide easy access Wheelchair users.

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For more information about the various hot springs in Taiwan, the Taiwan Ministry of Tourism has made the information accessible on a dedicated website: TaiwanHotSpring.net

As the number of new corona cases in Taiwan decreases, while the number of vaccinators increases, it is to be hoped that Taiwan’s borders will soon be able to open to Israeli tourists. The Taiwanese government guidelines, as well as the Taiwanese Ministry of Tourism’s support for local tourism infrastructure, will ensure that when the island’s borders are reopened, Taiwan will be one of the safest countries in Asia to visit. The Taiwanese Ministry of Tourism recommends through the official website (eng.taiwan.net.tw) Follow the latest updates on various events and festivals in Taiwan where you will be interested in attending or following.

About the Taiwanese Ministry of Tourism

The Taiwan Ministry of Tourism (TTB) is the official government office of Taiwan (ROC) in charge of the planning, development and marketing policy of Taiwan’s domestic and foreign tourism. The Israeli market is managed by the Singapore branch of the Taiwanese Ministry of Tourism. The slogans that accompany Taiwanese marketing are “It’s time for Taiwan” and “Heart of Asia”, with Taiwan’s national bear being the main symbol.

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