As reported by the world’s largest cost of living database NUMBEO, cost of living in Taiwan is, on average, 11.00% lower than in United States. Taiwan is a fantastic place to either save money or live a very adventurous lifestyle. To see more information on NUMBEO: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/in/Taipei
Healthcare facilities and medical equipment are of very good quality, with the National Health Insurance (NHI) covering expat employees from day one.
Taiwan is a sub-tropical island that straddles the Tropic of Cancer. Generally, Taiwan weather is warm all the year round.
Public transportation is well developed and safe to use. With an extensive network of trains and buses, Taiwan is well-connected and easy to get around.
InterNations, one of the world’s largest expat networks, surveyed more than 14,000 respondents from 67 countries and found that Taiwan is the friendliest country in the world. To see more information on InterNations: https://www.internations.org/taiwan-expats
During Taiwan's long history, prehistoric people, indigenous tribes, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, and Han Chinese have successively populated Taiwan, creating a varied culture and developing different local customs and traditions along the way.
The culinary culture in Taiwan is incredibly diverse. Taiwan is where the world’s Cultures converge. Food from all corners of the globe can be found here. It is said that, on any street in Taiwan, if you walk three steps, there is a small food shop. All kinds of regional food, from southern to northern, is served here.
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