How to Travel Taiwan 🇹🇼 Backpacking Documentary | Ep2 Taitung

Exploring the south of Taiwan ( Kaohsiung + Taitung ) Get your first 2 months access to Skillshare for FREE! – – Don’t Miss Out!

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In this second episode we take the bullet train south from Taipei to Kaohsiung and then get another train in what feels like first class but its actually just standard class all the way across to Taitung. Here we have plenty of fun exploring before its time to travel up to Hualien via hitchhiking. This episode really highlights the kind nature of the Taiwanese people.

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41 Replies to “How to Travel Taiwan 🇹🇼 Backpacking Documentary | Ep2 Taitung”

  1. Laura Buchanan

    Thank you. I love Taiwan I never knew it was so beautiful. I love the scenery. Taiwan was voted one of the friendliest places for expats. Everyone is so friendly.

  2. Chengyin

    Those two ladies thought Damiaan was indigenous people in Australia. 😅 We translate Belgium into "比利時". It's hard for them to connect them together because the pronunciation is totally different.

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  4. John Lee

    You guys are cracking me up! The hitchhiking sign is epic, plus the free lunch. By the way, the indigenous mamas thought Damiaan is from Australia, mate! 😉

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