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Does anyone have any info on this town? Good restaurants, shops, night markets, etc? Thanks in advance! If you do take up the job, serious precautions will be needed against going stir-crazy, like a regular bus ticket to civilisation.
Toufen is basically Zhunan. Good access to beaches and mountains down there. Not much else. There is no foreigner scene that I know of. Toufen was on my radar for some time as I searched around Taiwan for the best place to move to. I had never actually set foot in the place, but I was attracted by its location, with easy access to main road and rail transport arteries combined with quick access to some lovely nature and scenery.
In our online searches, the wife and I found some very appealing-looking gated townhouse communities around Toufen, mostly on the mountain side, at very reasonable prices million buying something very nice. I was intending to go down and stay there for a couple of days, look around, and check out a few of the communities. After driving round and round, we ended up parking some distance away, and the walk to the restaurant was nerve-shattering.
We were forced to walk mostly in the narrow, traffic-choked road, often having to walk out into the middle of the road to pass double parkers and their like. I had to carry my daughter, and I feared for our lives with every step. I ended up running half the way, just to get as quickly as possible past the worst blockages whenever a gap in the stream of scooters permitted it. Anyway, that was enough to push Toufen far down and all-but-completely off our list of places to consider moving to.
It was ten times worse even than Linkou! The traffic is guaranteed to be vile. And your description of scooter-clogged sidewalks could be absolutely anywhere in Taiwan, including the illustrious capital. There are plenty of bars although not for expats, since there are no expats including a nice one on the aforementioned ZhongYang Rd. Maybe I will still go to take a look at some of those communities. And since I was stopping by en route from Kaohsiung to Linkou, it would hardly have been feasible for me to do without the car and walk the whole way.