Finally seen this famous landmark in Taiwan and world tallest building in 2004 way before Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010. Its a 101-story building. Its used to have the fastest elevator in the world, sadly we haven’t experienced this as time didn’t permit us to. We just took photos outside. Advertisements
This is the best part of Taiwan I must say. I so love geopark especially those included in UNESCO world heritage. Nothing beats God’s masterpiece. He is truly the best artist ever. I am looking forward to see more God’s wonders in the future. This is a must see before you die. I still can’t… Continue reading Yehliu Geopark
Also known as Wanhua district. Its the Taiwan version of Shibuya and Harajuku in Tokyo. Street foods and shops are everywhere. Hotels are also nearby. Temples and historical red house are just around the corner. Night markets are popular in this area.
This landmark is conveniently located just across the Ximending Station. Too bad, it is being renovated the time on our visit. So amazed for this another brick wall architecture. Just took few photos on our way back to hotel. The place is just around the corner of Ximending shopping area. You can’t even missed it.
Our second stop in Taipei. Just spend minutes while waiting for the bus. Loving the brick walls. Were skipped Fisherman’s wharf since time didn’t permit us to do so, Not also fan of delectable dishes or food streets that Tamsui District is famous for. There are lots of street foods anyway near our hotel. We… Continue reading Danshui ~ Tamsui Station
Three full days with full of adventure. Roundtrip to Taipei cost only 3k+. Very cheap indeed, thanks to Cebu pacific promo fares. We arrived midnight around 12 am, since taxis are too high and were on a budget we slept on the airport instead. My son celebrated his 4th birthday in Taipei. Were supposed to… Continue reading Tianyuan Temple