Hi John, there is nothing much to comment on this post in the first place. Wednesday, March 20, Stark naked!! I have just returned home after having attended a most unusual event and one which my Facebook friends seem to blush when mention is made of it and they would quickly talk about something else. You see, I spent my holiday with the Taiwan Naturist Association and throughout my stay with them, I wore precisely what Godiva wore when she rode her snow-white horse through the town one fine day or so the story goes. It is natural to have some reservation about going to a resort with a naturist association. Most reasonable people agree that there is no shame in nudity but when it comes to actually going starkers in full view of other people, most of us baulk at the idea.
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Watch fullscreen. Taiwan nudist colony? Group of ten arrested for BBQ in birthday suits. TomoNews US. A judge has finally decided to fine a group of nudists arrested in September of last year. Zhu, age 57, organized the nude BBQ via Facebook. The participation fee was to cover the cost of the food and BBQ supplies. Nudity is free, afterall.
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Any information greatly appreciated. Welcome to Forumosa. I was not sure where your topic belonged so I moved it to Living in Taiwan from Health and Fitness It almost belonged there also, so you were right. I also did a search and did not come up with any matches for nudist colony etc. Hope you find something. Going to the toilet in public is a whole different thing, no problem at all. Sorry to disappoint you but there are no such things as official naturist resorts or beaches in Taiwan, for the simple reason that public nudity is completely banned. What you have are small, private groups of Taiwanese - who often first learned about naturism on overseas trips - who venture out on hikes into remote mountain areas on weekends, hoping not to get caught by people in uniform. The groups keep contact through the internet, but as a foreigner, I guess it would be even more difficult to get in touch with them and win their trust. I found it.