Finding Asia's Best Kept Secret
Answer all the questions correctly and stand a chance to two flight tickets to Taiwan and some goodies.
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Video One: This water body has an elevation of 748 meters above sea level and is the largest lake in Taiwan. Surrounded by bike paths and home to local aboriginal tribes, this is where local festivals and carnivals are held year round. Can you guess where this is?
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Video Two: These flowers are bound to brighten up all of Taiwan in the summer months of January and February. People from all over the world appreciate when they bloom because it brings about an air of romance. What are these quaint flowers?
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Video Three: Known for its natural splendour and timeless beauty, this scenic mountain range blends into its green surroundings and is known for its tea, wasabi and mountain climbing. Their famous sunrise, seen here, is known as the Sea of Clouds. Do you have any idea where this is?
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Video Four: This iconic hotel towers above the foothills of Taipei. It is one of the world’s tallest Chinese classical buildings in Taiwan from 1973 to 1981. This hotel brings out the rich Chinese and indigenous Taiwanese history and panoramic views of Taiwan. It’s also visited by most major dignitaries that come to Taiwan. Can you guess which hotel this is?
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Video Five: With a landscape of 1300 metres above sea level, this location is home to a local indigenous tribe in the Chiayi County, Alishan, featuring extensive tea gardens and community developments. Do you know where this is?
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Video Six: An aboriginal tribe that comes from central southern Taiwan, this community has preserved their customs and culture by passing it down through generations. In their language, the name of their tribe means “human being.” Can you guess the tribe?
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Video Seven: Located in Taichung, not far from one of Taiwan’s finest amusement parks, this go kart track is perfect for people who like a little adrenaline! What is this place called?
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