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2 day extension for a solo holiday after Taipei business trip

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Hello I have a 2 day business trip scheduled in Taipei in early November. I'm considering extending by two days for a solo holiday. Any tips /advice on what I should do ?

I've been to Taipei many times for work before ; and been to the Museum, the historical monuments, night markets. So i'm open to going beyond Taipei -- from how I understand it, trains are easy and fast ; and t here are quite some nice places to visit outside Taipei.

I prefer having a "nature" type of holiday -- in the mountains, forests, villages -- with some easy and pleasant hikes, etc. I'd rather not go to another city! I've read about Wulai and Shitoshan but would rather get some inputs before I start doing some researching and planning!

I've been to Taroka gorge on holiday by the way, and I also do not speak chinese


Eric B

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