10 TAIWAN INSTAGRAMS TO FOLLOW

by TaiwanMe Blog Topics: LIVING IN TAIWANTAIWAN CULTURE

From east to west, day to night, these Instagram accounts are chock full of Taiwanese culture – making us want to quit everything and explore it all right now!

Taiwan isn’t just Taipei and temples, it’s 22 provinces, 13 islands and almost 24 million people. If you’ve ever wondered about life in Taiwan, then check out these Instagram accounts for an inside look.

 

#1 mr.paul_tw

Mr. Paul Taiwan is a local designer who uploads images of his quirky design drawings to Instagram. Not only will you be entertained by his artistic talent, but you will also pick up useful Chinese vocabulary along the way.

 

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#2 yuru_kix

A Japanese photographer living in Taiwan and taking amazing shots of everyday life. Yuru_kix managers to capture Taiwanese in their most authentic form, making for an unmissable display of life in Taiwan.

 

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#3 alexyeh1127

Alex manages to capture amazing action portraiture shots around Taiwan. His street and festival photography coupled with Taiwan’s vibrant colours makes for unmissable photography.

 

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#4 lovephoto1129

Similar to alexyeh112lovephoto1129 captures amazing photos of indigenous festival life and culture. There is a lot to be missed throughout Taiwan’s vibrant culture and following these Instagrams is one way to not miss out.

 

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#5 foodbaby

A mixture of delicious food, scenic beauty and personal life, foodbaby’s Instagram has it all. It really is a crime how under-appreciated Taiwan’s food culture is, and foodbaby is doing her part to rectify it. To get a glimpse into what Taiwan’s dining has to offer, make sure you check it out.

 

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#6 veg_girl_1998

Don’t be deterred by the vegan nomenclature, Taiwan really does have a lot to offer in the vegan domain. After being routinely ranked in the top few for most vegan-friendly cities in the world, Taipei (and Taiwan) may surprise when it comes to how diverse your vegan options really are. If you’re thinking of crossing to the dark side or are already a hardcore vegan, then check out veg_girl_1998 for some dining ideas.

 

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#7 everydaytaiwan

Everydaytaiwan packs huge stories into their simple images. Supported by @ExploreTaiwan, everydaytaiwan shows life in its most rudimentary form. Forget the theatrics and fancy editing, if you want to see what happens on the streets of Taiwan in its truest form, then everydaytaiwan is the Instagram for you.

 

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#8 cindy_xu3ejo3

Heralding out of Yilan, cindy_xu3ejo3 blends realism with fantasy and vibrant colours to kindle your imagination. With a mixture of stunning scenery and creative originality, cindy_xu3ejo3 will give you awesome travel ideas while testing your lucidity.

 

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#9 shengkai_travel

Local travel photographer shengkai_travel produces extraordinary shots from all around Taiwan. Landscapes, city life and conceptual photography is all shown with vibrant colours and impressive composure.

 

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#10 jenchi77

Jenchi77 has a collection of some of Taiwan’s best street photography. Using an array of styles including somber tones, fisheye and inception photography, jenchi77 shows the simple life of Taiwan with incredible substance.

 

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