As much as it annoys mainland China, Taiwan is unique. The food, the language, the politics, and even the landscape are all distinctly Taiwan. Travelers can go from one of the most dynamic cities in Asia to empty cliffs on the edge of the world and from crystal clear snorkeling waters to forgotten, weathered villages. Taiwan is unique as much in its graffiti as it is in its topography, and modern advances in drone technology mean that much of this compelling country is being seen for the first time from a whole new angle.

Aficionados will be pleased to know that Taiwan is relatively drone-friendly, compared to the many other more rigid nations in Asia; licenses are not required and designated no-fly areas are clearly marked.

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