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[TAIWAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Nung Chan Monastery (法鼓山農禪寺 ) At Beitou

During my 4 days trip to Taipei, Taiwan last month, I visited Nung Chan Monastery. The monastery is located at Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is formally in 1975 by Ven. Dongchu, a scholar monk and disciple of renowned Chinese Buddhist Master Taixu. It’s named ‘ Farming Ch’an ‘ as its early residents dedicated themselves to Ch’an practice and grew their own food. (taken from Wikipedia). Continue reading [TAIWAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Nung Chan Monastery (法鼓山農禪寺 ) At Beitou

[TAIWAN EATS] Kao Chi (高記) – Xiao Long Bao & Sheng Jian Bao Restaurant At Taipei

Apart from famous Din Tai Fung in Taipei, you can opt for Kao Chi at Yong Kang Street, Taipei. The restaurant has several outlets across Taipei. But the one in Yong Kang Street seems to be a popular destination because of it’s 3-storey flagship store. The brand is established since 1949 and has been serving Shanghainese dishes. We arrived around 11 plus in the morning and got our queue number from the staff. We waited less than 20 minutes and managed to secure a table at level 3. Continue reading [TAIWAN EATS] Kao Chi (高記) – Xiao Long Bao & Sheng Jian Bao Restaurant At Taipei

[TAIWAN EATS] Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 – The Famous Unagi Restaurant In Taipei (Not Worth Queuing)

I am back to Taipei, Taiwan on the last week of December 2018 for a short gateway and visited Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 for dinner. Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 is known for its famous unagi don or unadon in Taipei. The restaurant is established over 50 years ago by a Taiwanese-Japanese family. We were there around 4.20pm and started to queue for early dinner. We were 2nd in line and the restaurant is open for dinner at 5pm. So, yeah! We queued for 40 minutes for this. Continue reading [TAIWAN EATS] Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 – The Famous Unagi Restaurant In Taipei (Not Worth Queuing)

[TAIWAN EATS] Café Hopping in Taipei | Taiwan

Just like Singapore, Taipei’s café culture has been trending over the past few years. So during my recent trip to Taipei, I did café hopping with my foodie friends. The cafes here are so different from Singapore and Malaysia. It is a place not just for food and drinks, but also an instagram-worthy spots for photography too. Each café has own unique concept and designs. The locals here also enjoyed hanging out in cafes for hours. It is a part of the current lifestyle now. Continue reading [TAIWAN EATS] Café Hopping in Taipei | Taiwan

[TAIWAN TRAVELS] Horse Riding Experience On Tamsui Beach | Taipei

Yeah! I am back with my Taiwan travelogue post. I am going to share my first ever horse riding experience on Tamsui Beach, Taipei. Instead of the usual tourist attractions and things to do when you are in Taiwan, I spend half a day with a fun-filled activity at Lu Ye Esquestrian Culture and Creative Park. Continue reading [TAIWAN TRAVELS] Horse Riding Experience On Tamsui Beach | Taipei

[TAIWAN EATS] Fu Hang Dou Jiang [ 阜杭豆漿] – Soyabean & You Tiao For Breakfast in Taipei

When in Taipei, Fu Hang Dou Jiang is one of the must-visit breakfast places for tourists. Fu Hang Dou Jiang is located at Huashan Market (华山市场), a walking distance from Shandao Temple MRT Station (捷运善导寺站) opens at 5.30am daily except on Mondays. Their speciality is their authentic and traditional Taiwanese style breakfast food. Continue reading [TAIWAN EATS] Fu Hang Dou Jiang [ 阜杭豆漿] – Soyabean & You Tiao For Breakfast in Taipei

TRAVEL: 6 PLACES TO VISIT IN YILAN | TAIWAN

Yilan is a country in Taiwan located near to Taipei. It has a unique geography of overlooking the sea on one side and being surrounded by mountains on three other sides. The country is also known for its scenic spots cold and hot springs and nature trails. Continue reading TRAVEL: 6 PLACES TO VISIT IN YILAN | TAIWAN