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Feeling that Taipei 101 high

One can just admire this from afar. Whether you see it during daytime or nighttime, I believe that anytime is good. It has become a trademark of Taiwan. 284 more words


2/6/18: Taiwan 101 

After having been completely drenched the day before by an endless downpour, I decided to 慢慢来 (take it easy) today.

For breakfast, I had an interesting bowl of noodle soup ever from an apparently famous stall called Ay-Chung Flour Rice Noodles from down the street. 916 more words


Taipei hiking- taking in 101

Taipei’s skyline has long been dominated by one building, Taipei 101, one of the world’s tallest buildings. Nowadays, it still is but it’s got company in the form of the Nan Shan Plaza and at least another skyscraper is under construction in the area. 59 more words


On Top Of The World

At the stairs of Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, I had a great view of Taipei 101. The tower is impossible to miss. It is Taiwan’s most iconic landmark which used to be the tallest in the world. 653 more words


First & Smile Cafe, Wanhua Taipei

I tried to google this cafe that we chanced upon near Ximending during our first day in Taipei but to no avail. I guess not much has blogged about this one yet. 394 more words


Meat Love

Korean barbecue restaurant operated directly from Korea, with excellent lunch specials.

Grilled beef weekday lunch set: $800 (for 2 persons)
Beef roll: $120
+ 10% service fee… 128 more words

$300 - $500

A Spontaneous Trip to Taiwan

Sometimes, it takes a while to appreciate the moments that come to us unexpectedly. These moments—good or bad—should be treasured for they hold memories of our past selves so that when we look back we will see how different we are and how much we’ve grown. 221 more words