The island chains and archipelagoes surrounding Taiwan are diverse world unto themselves, each one with its own unique attractions. From extinct volcanoes and lush rainforest to historical battlegrounds and preserves of southern Chinese culture, each island is a world apart form mainland Taiwan.
Penghu is a large archipelago incorporating the Penghu, Paisha and Hsi Islands, between mainland China and Taiwan. The entire archipelago encompasses 64 small islands- with a combined coastline of more than 300 kilometers.
Experience hot springs, caves, wildlife, historical prisons, tribal culture in some of Taiwan's smaller islands.