It’s the year of the dragon and there’s no better place to celebrate than Taiwan’s Lantern Festival. From local restaurateurs to tea house experts, Peter explores what’s new in Taiwan this year. Plus, as always, he has the latest travel news and up-to-the minute destination coverage, include last-minute Valentine’s Day deals.
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Text by Naomi Kahlon for PeterGreenberg.com. Images credit Julie Alvin.