Taiwan Nature

Taiwan's 36,000 square kilometers holds a population of 23 million people, making it one of the most densely populated countries in the world, It is also known for its rapid industrialization in the early 1960's and now the high tech industry.

Often overlooked is Taiwan's stunning geographic features and spectacular biodiversity.

Taiwan stretches to 394km and at the widest is only 144km, but on this thin slice of land, there are over 250 peaks over 3,000 meters ...

Mt. Jade or Morrison
Misty sunrise on hike to Jade Mountain’s East Peak
Caoshan Moonworld 草山月世界
The sun rises over Caoshan Moonworld Badlands
Yu Shan, Jade Mountain or Mount Morrison
A panoramic stitch of a sunrise seen while hiking to Taiwan’s Yushan East Peak
A colorful bird, Muller's Barbet (Megalaima Oorti), rests on a Flame Tree (Delonix Regia) branch in Tainan City, Taiwan
A Muller’s Barbet (Megalaima Oorti), a common but colorful bird, rests on a flowering Flame Tree (Delonix Regia) branch in Tainan City, Taiwan
Caoshan Moonworld 草山月世界
Misty bamboo hills in the Caoshan Moon world Badlands
Large-fruit Mucuna Flower, Mucuna macrocarpa Wall.,
Rusty-leaf Muunai Flower in Namasia , Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Caoshan Moonworld 草山月世界

The sun rises over a misty thorny bamboo forest in Tainan Moonworld

Bamboo trunks
Bamboo
Mt. Morrison
Sunrise en route to Yushan South Peak

 

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