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  1. Ancient Capital Tainan, the ancient capital of Taiwan, is situated on the southwestern coastal plains of the island and enjoys a warm climate year-round. Tainan is the birthplace of Taiwan and the oldest city on the island. In 1661, the Ming loyalist Cheng Cheng-kung drove the Dutch from Taiwan and established his administration in Tainan.

  2. Southern Taiwan: folk festivals, tropical fun and chocolate. Jun 5, 2018 • 6 min read. Tropical southern Taiwan is a land of turquoise waters and rocky coasts, night markets and beach bars, succulent seafood and fresh produce. One of….

  3. About Tainan. One of Taiwan's oldest cities and the former capital, Tainan is a modern city of commerce and trade, history and culture. It is also a religious center, with more than a thousand temples (including Taiwan’s first Confucian temple) plus frequent festivals and parades. Visit Guohua Street to sample Taiwanese specialties and local ...

  4. Information GO Taiwan Tainan 14 Best Things to Do in Tainan What is Tainan Most Famous For? Content Anping Fort Beiji Temple Chihkan Tower Confucius Temple Dehua Hall Great East Gate Great South Gate Koxinga Ancestral Shrine Guan Gong Temple Lady Linshui Temple

  5. Discover the best attractions in Tainan including Grand Mazu Temple, City God Temple, and Thousand Fields Seed Museum.

  6. Tainan was Taiwan’s capital from 1683 to 1885. The city is Taiwan’s fourth largest. It has a population of 1.8 million people. It has an abundance of historic temples. The Taiwanese language is more popular than Mandarin.

  7. Tainan. Not to be confused with Tinian, an island in the Northern Mariana Islands. Tainan (臺南; Tâi-lâm in Taiwanese, Táinán in Mandarin), in Southern Taiwan, is the oldest city in Taiwan. Tainan is famous for its temples, historic buildings and snack food.

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