394 kilometres long and 144 kilometres wide and covers a total area of 35,801 square kilometres. The terrain of Taiwan in the eastern part is mostly rugged mountainous while flat to gently rolling plains in the west. The climate of Taiwan is basically marine tropical with June until September being the most humid months while October to December being the most pleasant ones.
Tourists, like you, coming to Taiwan have plenty to see and do, specially if you are interested in Buddhist tourism. A visit to Taiwan will illuminate you on topics like how Buddhism actually became a part of the religious life of the people and what is its relevance in present day Taiwan. Moreover, you will also see and understand the remarkable blend of Buddhism with other faiths of Taiwan. A visit to the Buddhist sites, temples and monasteries wil further enhance your understanding of Buddhism in context with Taiwan.
This section provides you details on the various aspects of Taiwanese Buddhism. Details on various Buddhist places of interests are also provided so as to make it convenient for you to select the exact spot of your visit during your Buddhist trip to the country. Addiotional details like the ones on hotels will make your trip even more hasslefree.
So, go through the section and find details that will help you in planning out yout Buddhist trip to the country.