Street art in abandoned buildings. Often urban exploration and street art go together. A photo essay featuring graffiti and street art in abandoned places.
Of all the derelict places we find, abandoned swimming pools are some of the most alluring. Urban exploration at some of the world’s forsaken swimming pools
Abandoned Taiwan: Exploring Yuanlin Hospital (員林醫院) – how we located it via Google research and our experience of visiting the haunted former hospital.
Searching for street art in Tainan. We found some of the best street art and graffiti at the Blueprint Culture and Creative Park including work by Mr Ogay.
Searching for street art in Taiwan’s capital, Taipei. We found some of the best street art and graffiti in Ximending District and also at Treasure Hill.
Exploring Encore Garden (雅哥花園), an Abandoned Theme Park near Taichung in Central Taichung Taiwan and once one of the most popular attractions on the island.
Searching for street art in Taichung in western Taiwan. We found some of the best street art and graffiti at Rainbow Village and Animation Alley.
At weekends, Tainan’s Koxinga Shrine becomes a meeting place for photographers and ornately dressed cosplay girls who come to pose for the cameras.
The former Japanese Navy Fongshan Communication Centre in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, features some elements that are unusual for an abandoned location.
The roundhouse, or fan-shaped train garage, in Changhua is the only one left out of six built by the Japanese during their occupation of Taiwan.
Taiwan is easy to get around and full of things to see and do. The people are great, the sights are diverse and it’s not too expensive to travel there.
The Old Liu Family Mansion is an abandoned house also known as Minxiong Ghost House, is one of the most famous haunted locations in Taiwan.