A day away: Imagine yourself in Taiwan through art, food, cycling trails and more

Head to Gardens by the Bay for both nature and Taiwanese art. The exhibition A Sculptor's Secret Garden showcases 16 sculptures by Taiwanese artist Lee Kuang-yu nestled in the Cloud Forest, including Timeless (above), of a woman wrapped in a lotus le
Head to Gardens by the Bay for both nature and Taiwanese art. The exhibition A Sculptor's Secret Garden showcases 16 sculptures by Taiwanese artist Lee Kuang-yu nestled in the Cloud Forest, including Timeless (above), of a woman wrapped in a lotus leaf.PHOTO: GARDENS BY THE BAY

SINGAPORE - Taiwan has a way of lingering in the senses.

Many a traveller there will recall the crisp, greasy aroma in the air of the bustling night markets, the gentle lilt of Taiwanese-accented Mandarin, and the vast network of peaceful cycling trails that hug the coastline and wend through cities.

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