Sunday, February 19, 2012

Taiwan Tourist Signs

An interesting sign, but an odd place to hang it at an overlook tower. It would have been more appropriate at a nature preserve, but nevertheless, it is a good philosophy to live by.


Found this complex sign at a national park. It is trying to tell walkers how they can lose weight, but the charts are a little hard to decipher.


This sign scares me to venture any further onto the beach.


Hmmm, I am still trying to figure out what this sign is really saying.


- Karen

8 comments:

Jenny Woolf said...

Ha ha - that last one is particularly weird! Great post!

coco said...

Interesting. There are also some unique signs in Japan. Sometimes they are funny

Emm in London said...

Hee hee, these are really interesting! I really like the last too.

La Principessa Errante said...

I love photographing signs that make no sense translated, and always wonder, with all the software out there for translation how it happens. These are really fun.

rainfield61 said...

I am still searching for your foot prints.

betchai said...

haha :) i too keep on thinking what the last sign means :)

Jana said...

great set of different and funyn signs...indeed sometimes when translated the message gets messed up!

the first sign I have already seen in a nature reserve (an island where turtles are lying their eggg for few months every year)...so I see what you mean;

Life Ramblings said...

very interesting finds. the last one is too funny.