I came to Taiwan over ten years ago specifically to lean Chinese internal martial arts and i spent a significant portion of that time doing just that. There are differences between Taiwan and China and things to consider in coming to Asia to study martial arts, in general.
First, no there is no place in Taiwan that offers a living space and training together. The mainland has these things to attract foreign $$$ and that’s what it’s all about. Foreigners come here with stars in their eyes (I did too) about Asia being a martial arts wonderland with a shaolin monk around every corner. The mainlanders capitalize on that very well and charge accordingly. You could afford years of tuition in Taiwan at most places for what some of the mainland places charge.
Second, quality is an issue everywhere. Many mainland places are teaching modern wushu under the guise of traditional. Those former wushu players need to earn a living. It’s extremely hard to find pure traditional style in the mainland unless you know someone. In Taiwan, traditional is all we have and the flavor is very much “old style” if that appeals to you. The traditional stuff here is very good.
Where you go depends on your goals. In Taiwan, studying martial arts is a long term thing and you’ll have to live here many years to get it. On the mainland, you face the problems I mentioned above, but you can have a wonderful short-term experience in one of their martial arts camps. Sure, maybe it’s tourist-y but you get the experience and some training and then leave with a positive impression. If you stay in China or Taiwan for long, you’ll have to shape your entire life around that endeavor. As someone that did that, I absolutely DO NOT recommend it. Long term, the sacrifice is too great and the return may not live up to the investment.
I’ve warned countless people about this and they never listen, but the main lesson to keep in mind is be realistic. Look at what you’re investing in learning and compare that to how it will impact your career and future life.