Kenting is located at the most Southern tip of Taiwan and is known for its white-sand beaches and water sports and activities for adventurous and youthful travelers. The water activities are held at houbihu (後壁湖), a fishing harbour in Kenting National Park. Activities include snorkeling, banana-boating, reverse bumper ski and many more. Besides hitting the beach, exploring the 9 must-visit places in Kenting National Park is a must for all nature lovers. After a day of exploring, head down to the vibrant Kenting Night Market (垦丁大街) to get these must-try street food from the night market.
Taiwan always holds a special place in my heart. Be it the glorious Taiwanese food, beautiful scenery in Kenting National Park and Taroko National Park, or the Instagrammable places in Taichung, Taiwan never fails to captivate and surprise me. Needless to say, most of us plan for a stopover in Taipei before heading off to explore other parts of Taiwan so unsurprisingly, I did the same and explored some of the iconic places and must-try food in Taipei before heading to Taichung.
After seeing all the beautiful Taichung photos from your friend’s Instagram accounts, this article will convince you further on why you should make that Taichung trip happen. Headed to Taichung in February and had a great time visiting night markets and many Instagrammable attractions all in just two days. Skip the Rainbow Village or Totoro bus stop, because here are some must-visit places in Taichung to fill your Instagram feed and satisfy the nature-lover in you.
Hualien City is a beautiful coast on the east of Taiwan, sufficient for any wanderlust traveller to enjoy a peaceful journey that connects you with nature, tradition and food. Allow me to share with you some of the highlights during my trip to Hualien from Kenting. Continue reading
If you are a Spirited Away or Studio Ghibli fan, you would definitely love Jiu Fen. Being a small town since the Qing Dynasty, Jiu Fen is a product of Japanese influence on its architecture and culture, with old and retro Chinese and Japanese cafes, tea houses, food stalls and souvenir shops. Continue reading
Taiwan is all about night markets, and night markets are all about FOOD. For those of you who haven’t been to Taiwan before, this shall be your food bible when you finally head to the land of awesome night market food. If you have been there countless times, there’s absolutely no harm in trying them again and again, simply because, why not? So here you have it, all the awesome Taiwanese food that you have to try at least once in your life! Continue reading
Taiwan should no longer be unfamiliar to the Instagram-lovers since the spam of insta-worthy food photos from their oh-so-awesome night markets. Taiwan has always been a country that I really love. The food, culture, people, scenery; you name it, I love it. And so if you haven’t already been to Taiwan, here’s some of the things that you can do in Taipei (laid-back version to be exact) without having to pack your itinerary with lots of to-visit lists. Continue reading
Taroko National Park sits at the North of Hualien and is one out of nine National Parks in Taiwan. She is a natural beauty and is Taiwan’s top tourist destination, considering its marble-walled canyons, magnificent mountains and lush greenery.
If you are intending to pack it into your itinerary, you may do so in a day by hiring a cabbie to tour and ferry you around some of the famous sightseeing spots in Taroko National Park (which is humongous by the way). Now, here’s how you can visit all the major spots in 1 day. Continue reading