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Tainan has always attracted many tourists with its unique traditions in religion, history, and style. Tainan is also known as the ancient cultural capital in Taiwan, and many tourists visit to try out the snacks native to the area. There is an old saying in Taiwan that states, “If you want to learn about Taiwan, you must start from Tainan.” Some people come to Tainan to revisit the places where television dramas were filmed, while others come to have a big, hearty meal at one of the city’s night markets.
The southwestern part of the city where many historical sites are located; while the eastern part is deeply influenced by the urban planning that took place during the Japanese occupation era and now is a major cultural and educational town. There are many shopping malls in the west area and the western suburbs of Anping district are the birthplace of Taiwan.
Tainan is suitable for travel all year round. The average annual temperature is 24°C, and for more than 9 months, the average temperature is above 20°C with no distinct seasons and evergreen vegetation. The annual period of rainfall is concentrated from May to September. Summer temperatures are slightly lower than that in northern Taiwan, but it’s best to be prepared for the heat and mosquitoes. Winters are warm and dry, and rain seldom falls.
There are a lot of hotels in Tainan, from folk inns to motels, and from economic hotels to luxury hotels. There are many different options for people with different reasons for travel.