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Taiwan is an awesome choice for a family vacation.
 What makes Taiwan so suitable for traveling with kids?
Best kid-friendly hotels, incredible hospitality, cleanliness, kid-friendly attractions, safety, theme restaurants, kids friendly museums, children’s area, farm’s experience, amusement parks, street’s art and there is even a cat village!
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Street's art
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Street's art
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Animal experiences
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Kids can learn about nature while exploring forests, wetlands, and botanical gardens in Taiwan, pick up fruits and veggies in a farm and learn how to make jam, appreciate colors walking through cartoon themed painted streets or villages, see animals in the wild or at the zoo, enjoy slides in the best kid’s friendly hotels, discover food in funny themed restaurants, have fun in themed parks or learn about the territory with DIY activities suitable for kids.
 

Museums are also very kid-oriented, and even the Earthquake museums offer interactive activities and videos for kids that can be valuable educational experiences. Not to mention that you can sleep inside the aquarium in Kenting.

With kids, it is best to visit Taiwan in the cooler months! It’s a great time to visit Taiwan from April to June and September to November and Taiwan’s mild winters mean that winter is a good time to visit too.

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