Taiwan is situated in the West Pacific between Japan and the Philippines. Its jurisdiction extends to the archipelagoes of Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu, as well as numerous other islets. The total area of Taiwan proper and its outlying islands is around 36,197 square kilometers. At about the size of the Netherlands, but with a population of some 23 million, Taiwan is more populous than three-quarters of the world’s nations.
Taiwan High speed Railway: https://en.thsrc.com.tw/
The THSR goes through 10 main cities along the western part of Taiwan at the moment.
Taiwan Railway: https://tip.railway.gov.tw/tra-tip-web/tip?lang=EN_US
Taiwan's trains go through big cities and small towns, providing passengers with a safe and comfortable travel experience.
YouBike/ MOOVO/ T-Bike/ Pbike/ K Bike
With an electronic managerial system, Public Bicycles provides rental services throughout the city (to the neighboring city). The user may rent one bike in a place and return it in another.
Travel Tainan city
Tainan was established in 1620. It was the first walled city in Taiwan and was also the place of origin of the name “Taiwan.” Tainan City is located south of the Tropic of Cancer; it has a sub-tropical monsoon climate, warm and with a small amount of rainfall though the year; Tainan enjoys more hours of sunshine per day that any other place in Taiwan, and has an average temperature of 24.1c. Today, Tainan has 34 districts; they were formerly under Tainan City and Tainan County under Tainan Provincial Government but came under Tainan City’s jurisdiction when Tainan was made a special municipality in 2010.