Taiwan's 'Little Greece' becomes popular attraction
Taiwan has many hidden gems that are second to none when it comes to travel. Recently, a little settlement, located on the Matsu Islands, nicknamed “Taiwan's little Greece,” has become a popular tourist attraction.
The Beigan Chin-Bi Settlement, also known as the Matsu Mediterranian, has one of the most well-preserved examples of traditional Eastern Min architecture on the island.
The ancient city leans against the mountain in a terraced arrangement and faces the blue sea. There, you can go for a cup of coffee or a brunch and feel as if you were watching the Mediterranean Sea.
In the evening, you may wish to head to the Nangan Jin-Sha Settlement and take a stroll on the beach whilst enjoying the beautiful sunset.
The Jin-Sha Settlement also maintains the traditional Eastern Min architecture of Matsu. However, compared with the Chin-Bi Tribe, it appears more desolate as vines entrench itself in the stone cracks. Go and visit this mysterious ruins and enjoy the adventure.