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Taichung is the second-largest city in all of Taiwan with high rises as far as the eye can see. If you feel best suited in an urban environment then this is a great coliving choice for you to start remote working. The city has nearly three million people living here and is pressed up against the coast overlooking the South China sea. The city was originally named under Japanese rule and became a major cultural and economic hub for the country. The city is home to many national buildings as well, such as the National Museum of Natural Science, the National Museum of Fine Arts, the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, and many more!
With so much diversity and things to do, this is quickly becoming the prime spot in Taiwan to work as a digital nomad. With an abundant amount of nightlife and restaurants, you will always have something to do during your free time when not working. Taichung is home to many outdoor activities as well, including a natural hot spring and hiking/biking trails for outdoor enthusiasts. Coming from western countries and trying to find the perfect place to call your new hub can be hard. One reason may be your love for sports. When you can’t find that football game on TV, you may find some comfort in the fact that Taichung is home to a professional baseball team. Maybe you will have a new favorite team before long.
There is no mass transit system in place in Taichung, which can make it seem difficult to get around. But there are plenty of taxis and buses to assist you. Scheduled in late 2020 is the grand opening of the subway system, so by the time you make the move to Taichung, you may be able to enjoy the newest and fastest way to get around. The city is also home to the newest airport in Taiwan. Although it’s not the biggest airport in the country, you can still get to almost anywhere in southeast Asia on a direct flight.
Fun facts about Taichung City:
- Taichung City territory includes also vast areas, with forests and mountains of more than 3,000 meters of altitude
- The name Taichung literally means “Central Taiwan“. This name was given by the Japanese under Japanese rule
- Taichung has a reputation to have the best climate in Taiwan. Winters are not as cold Taipei and summers are as stifling as in Southern Taiwan