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Taiwan (Traditional Chinese: 台灣 or 臺灣, Simplified Chinese: 台湾 tái wān)  is an island nation of about 36,000 km² located off the coast of southeastern mainland China, southwest of Okinawa and north of the Philippines. The island is officially known as and governed by the Republic of China (中華民國 Zhōnghuá Mínguó) or ROC. Shaped roughly like a sweet potato, the nation is home to more than 23 million people and is one of the most densely populated places in the world. Besides its crowded cities, Taiwan is also known for steep mountains and lush forests. In addition to the island of Taiwan, the Republic of China also governs the tiny Pescadores (Penghu), Quemoy (Kinmen/Jinmen), and Matsu.
While the political status of Taiwan is a somewhat controversial and sensitive issue, from a traveler's point of view, Taiwan is under the de facto control of a different government from mainland China, and in practice operates as a separate country. This page does not represent a political endorsement of the claims of either side of the dispute.
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Prostitution in Taiwan remains illegal under a 1991 law, but is under active consideration of reform following a Constitutional Court decision that it violated the Constitution. According to media, a South Korea prostitute charges $344 (10,000 Taiwan Dollars) for sex with paying clients in Taiwan. Due to a crackdown of pornography and prostitution in South Korea, more escorts are traveling to Taiwan on tourist visas and working for several weeks at a time. There are over 100,000 prostitutes working in Taiwan, and over 2 million clients who pay for sex.
| Northern Taiwan (Hsinchu, Hsinchu County, Keelung, New Taipei, Taipei, Taoyuan County, Yangmingshan National Park)|
the capital city, main airport and technology hub of the island
| Central Taiwan (Changhua County, Miaoli County, Nantou County, Sun Moon Lake and Taichung)|
scenic mountains and lakes and major national parks
| Eastern Taiwan (Hualien, Hualien County, Taitung County, Taroko Gorge, Taitung, Yilan County)|
Hualien and Taitung are cut off from the rest of the island by the central mountains; this is a region of great natural beauty
| Southern Taiwan (Chiayi County, Kaohsiung, Pingtung County, Tainan and Yunlin County)|
the tropics of Taiwan with beaches and palm trees and the second largest city
| Outlying Islands (Green Island, Kinmen, Matsu, Orchid Island, Penghu)|
A couple of small islands that are popular getaway destinations with the locals. Some of them very far offshore and near Mainland China.
Taiwan has many large cities and towns. Below is a list of ten of the most notable. Other cities are listed under their specific regional section.
- Taipei (臺北 or 台北) is the seat of government of Taiwan ROC and its center of commerce and culture. Taipei is home to the world's second tallest skyscraper, Taipei 101.
- Hsinchu (新竹) is a center of hi-tech industry, and one of the world's leading manufacturers of hi-tech components. Hsinchu Science Park  is the home to many hi-tech companies.
- Hualien (花蓮) is located near Taroko Gorge, and is considered one of the most pleasant of Taiwan's cities.
- Jiufen (九份) - this former gold mining town located on the northeast coast is now a popular tourist destination.
- Kaohsiung (高雄) is the second-largest city on the island. It has one of the busiest sea ports (the Port of Kaohsiung) in the world and it has the island's second-largest airport, Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH) .
- Keelung (基隆) is the a center of transshipment in the north, and is located about a thirty minute drive or a twenty minute bicycle ride from downtown Taipei.
- New Taipei (新北) is the most populous city of Taiwan. The area includes a substantial stretch of Taiwan's northern coastline and surrounds the Taipei Basin.
- Puli (埔里) is located at the geographical center of the island, and it serves as a good base for exploring the central mountains and Sun Moon Lake.
- Taichung (臺中 or 台中) is the third largest city in Taiwan, and has an abundance of interesting cultural amenities and activities.
- Tainan (臺南 or 台南) is the oldest city in Taiwan and was the capital during imperial times. It is famous for its historic buildings.
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Gay & Lesbian
Taiwan is one of Asia's most progressive countries as far as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights are concerned, not only since the government attempted to legalize same-sex marriage in 2003 (which stalled without passage), the first country in Asia to attempt to do so. Taiwan is also described as the most liberal after approximately 65,000 attended the Taiwan Pride parade in 2012, making it the largest LGBT event in Asia.
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WARNING: Taiwan treats drug offenses extremely severely. The death penalty is mandatory for those convicted of trafficking, manufacturing, importing or exporting more than 15 g of heroin, 30 g of morphine, 30 g of cocaine, 500 g of cannabis, 200 g of cannabis resin and 1.2 kg of opium, and possession of these quantities is all that is needed for you to be convicted.
Unauthorized consumption can result in up to 10 years' jail, or a heavy fine, or both. You can be charged for unauthorized consumption as long as traces of illicit drugs are found in your system, even if you can prove that they were consumed outside the country and you can be charged for trafficking as long as drugs are found in bags that are in your possession or in your room, even if they aren't yours and regardless of whether you're aware of them - therefore be vigilant of your possessions.
Taiwan is very safe for tourists, even for women at night. This is not to say, however, that there is no crime, and you should always exercise caution. In crowded areas such as night markets or festivals, for example, pickpockets are a known problem. However, it is fair to say that the streets of Taiwan are generally very safe and that violent crime and muggings are very rare.