Come where old meets new, cultures merge, and good food reigns supreme. We ain’t talking day old, strip mall chow mein. Get ready to stuff your face with cheap, tasty, and odd food in Taipei. From street food at night markets to weird stuff at themed restaurants, you surely won’t be disappointed.
Taipei boasts 5,000 year old palaces alongside some of the newest tech in the world. We’ll be partnering with local organizations to get to know some of the coolest things in the works.
Come eat some good food and make some awesome networking connections.
Cheap, tasty eats. Bustling city. Serene parks. High tech built into everyday life. Thousands of years of history and culture still embedded in the city.
[+] Hiking some breathtaking mountains
[+] Lookout from the 2nd tallest building in the world
[+] Eat tasty snacks at the night markets
[+] See some of the coolest emerging tech
[+] Relax in some natural hot springs
[+] Set off some sky lanterns for loved ones
[+] Settle in for some afternoon tea and gossip
We’re in negotiations with housing in a great location next to the coworking space and close to restaurants, bars, parks, gyms, grocery stores, etc. so everything is all lined up for you.
We’ve outgrown staying in hostels and sharing shitty rooms with strangers. With us, you’ll have your own room in nice accommodations with good wifi and the amenities you’ll need to stay healthy, happy, and productive.
Working remotely doesn’t mean you always have to feel like you’re living out of a suitcase. Get ready to hang up your clothes, setup your Nintendo Switch, and put your feet up—you’re home!
Why commute to work when you can take a leisurely stroll down a tree-lined street and stop at your favorite café on the way. We choose to work at coworking spaces within a 15-minute walk to our housing so you can easily make it back and forth.
The most important thing to us when selecting a coworking space is the wifi. Without it, none of us can do our work. You can expert to have consistent, great wifi in addition ot the other things you might need to stay productive like a place to take calls, nice ergonomic chairs and desks, a nicely lit space, and more.
We pack all our trips with an active program of themed events, workshops, cultural excursions and more.
Sara, from Italy, joined Hacker Paradise as Trip Facilitator after spending four years in rainy Belgium running one of the most active coworking space in Europe. With a background in Sociology, she loves being surrounded by people and help them to connect and create meaningful relationships.
Tea drinker by day, she never refuses a beer at night.
Brian has an eclectic background, including writing for the LA Times, instructing uni tourism courses, leading cancer survivors to Kilimanjaro & Everest base camp, launching a road trip business and a dumpling restaurant. He loves helping others discover the world and themselves.
He’ll serenade you with some soft-ass folk tunes on guitar after enough drinks.