The Taiwanese are very welcoming, and doubly so when it comes to children. However, they are very conscious about disturbing other people and so young children are generally taught to be quiet and well-behaved in public.
- Restaurants You're not likely to find high chairs or booster seats for kids at lower-end restaurants, but they are more common at more expensive places. Upper-end restaurants may have set menus for families or kids.
- Shopping You can generally find Western baby formula and baby foods at supermarkets.
- Resources The Community Services Centre in Taipei has lots of information for families relocating to Taiwan.
- Lonely Planet's Travel with Children prepares you for the joys and pitfalls of travelling with the little ones.