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A Taste of Taiwan: Exploring the Shilin Night Market

After spending the day exploring Dadaocheng and Dihua Street, we boarded the MRT and travelled to Shilin Night Market in Taipei’s Shilin District. Shilin Night Market is one of Taiwan’s biggest and most well-known night markets. Anyone visiting Taipei should not miss this ‘attraction’. ๐Ÿ™‚ Shilin Night Market ๅฃซๆž—ๅคœๅธ‚ Shilin Night Market is known for […]

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Soypresso ไบŒๅ‰่ป’่ฑ†ไนณ

After dinner at Din Tai Fung, we decided to walk off some of the calories by exploring the surrounding area. That’s when we discovered Soypresso on Lishui Street. Soypresso is a cafe that specialises in drinks and desserts made with soy milk. Aside from regular soy milk, they also offer black sesame soy milk, tie […]

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The Original Din Tai Fung on Xinyi Road ้ผŽๆณฐ่ฑ ไฟก็พฉๅบ—

Din Tai Fung is a world-renowned restaurant chain that originated in Taiwan. It was founded in Taipei in 1958 and has since expanded to locations all over the world, including Australia, Japan, the United States, China, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and others. They are famous for their xiao long bao (ๅฐ็ฌผๅŒ…), a type of steamed […]

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Smoothie House ๆฐธๅบท่ก—ๆ€ๆ…•ๆ˜”

We spent the day walking from Longshan to Dongmen, exploring the city. Enjoyed visiting the Lungshan Temple, the Bopiliao Historical Block, the 228 Peace Memorial Park, and the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. We decided to end the tour in Dongmen so that we could have dinner at the original Din Tai Fung restaurant on Xinyi […]

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Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle ้˜ฟๅฎ—้บต็ทš in Ximending

If you could only eat one thing in Ximending, make sure it’s Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle (้˜ฟๅฎ—้บต็ทš)! Funny thing is, mian xian (้บต็ทš or mee sua) is never one of my preferred style of noodles previously. But I’m so addicted to Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle after trying it that I had to come back a couple of […]

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Dingtop1 Tempura ้ ‚็ดš็”œไธ่พฃ

After a super satisfying ‘lu rou fan’ dinner at Wang’s Broth, which is located in Huaxi Street Night Market, we ventured out of the area to see what was around. Spotted another night market at the nearby Guangzhou Street. Guangzhou Street Night Market ๅนฟๅทž่ก—ๅคœๅธ‚ The Guangzhou Street Night Market stretches 150m between Wuzhou Street and […]

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Wang’s Broth @ Huaxi Street Night Market

We got back to the city centre at almost 6pm after our Yehliu Geopark, Jiufen and Shifen Day Tour with Klook. The coach driver kindly dropped us off at Ximen metro station (instead of the original meeting/pick-up point at Taipei Main Station) as we wanted to check out Ximending and also go to Huaxi Street […]

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