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  • Taipei 101

    Taipei 101
    The world's tallest building is now in Taiwan. With a height of 508 meters- and 101 stories above ground and five stories below - the Taipei 101 building has surpassed the 462-meter Sears Tower in Chicago and the 451-meter Petronas Twin Tower in Malaysia to acquire the title "world's tallest building."
  • A Secluded Station that is Out of this World: Lingjiao Station

    A Secluded Station that is Out of this World: Lingjiao Station
    Traveling by train is one of the most comfortable modes of transport. I was always curious about those smaller stations with low passenger traffic. Once, I decided not to ponder anymore and explore one of the beautiful and secluded stations!
  • Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village

    Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village
    A lovely relaxing day spent at the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. I have been living in Taiwan for four years and regret not coming here sooner.
  • Children's Paradise [Chung Shan Creative Hub URS21]

    Children's Paradise [Chung Shan Creative Hub URS21]
    Imagine if one day the giants throw their building blocks onto a green field, how interesting could that be?!
  • A Piece of Treasure in the Middle of the City: Treasure Hill, Taipei

    A Piece of Treasure in the Middle of the City: Treasure Hill, Taipei
    An old veterans' community restored as an artist village in 2010 - Treasure Hill is every bit as alluring as its name.
  • 2010 Urban Simple Life at Huashan1914 Creative Park, Taipei

    2010 Urban Simple Life at Huashan1914 Creative Park, Taipei
    Waving farewell to my beloved friends and the beautiful place of Kenting, I started my journey all alone for the “Simple Life”…
  • Out to the Beach in Fall: Waiao in Taiwan

    Out to the Beach in Fall: Waiao in Taiwan
    Whereas most people go to the beach during summer, I prefer going there in fall. It is less crowded and more peaceful. When I visited Taiwan last time, I went to a great place for tourists, Waiao. It is just next to the railway station.
  • Cherry Blossoms in Taichung

    Cherry Blossoms in Taichung
    My only expedition to see the cherry blossoms this year took me to Dakeng, Taichung in Taiwan. We visited Taichung over the long weekend back in February and my friends decided to make the trip to a private plot of cherry trees that was kindly made public by the owner for the first time this year. There are other famous cherry blossoms viewing spots in Taiwan, for example: Yangminshan National Park, Wuling Farm and Alishan Forest but they are usually way too crowded during the peak of blooming.
  • Old Paper Mill with New Energy

    Old Paper Mill with New Energy
    The new appearance of a paper factory built 80 years ago in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Stir Fried Chestnuts (TaiChung, Taiwan)

    Stir Fried Chestnuts (TaiChung, Taiwan)
    There are not many places left where one can eat chestnuts that are stir fried manually. If you like to eat stir fried chestnuts, you must check out this stall managed by an old couple. Other delicacies they sell include roasted sweet potatoes, and vegetarian smelly tofu. I will try those on my next visit.
  • Sleep Close to Sea: Migo B&B in Taiwan

    Sleep Close to Sea: Migo B&B in Taiwan
    If you wish to sleep listening to the lullaby of sea waves, Migo B&B can fulfill your dream. It claims to be the B&B closest to the sea in Taiwan. It also seems that the waves will hit you anytime!
  • Houtong in Taiwan: The Village of Cats

    Houtong in Taiwan: The Village of Cats
    Cat lovers should not miss Houtong in Taipei City, which is known as “Cat Village”. The cats there are professional models and strike some stunning poses for you.
  • Taiwan's National Scenic Area - Sun Moon Lake (日月潭)

    Taiwan's National Scenic Area - Sun Moon Lake (日月潭)
    Sparkling blue water set against a picturesque mountain backdrop, Sun Moon Lake is the largest lake in Taiwan and a traditional spot for newlywed couples to take their honeymoon. It has also been a center of aboriginal life for thousands of years, with aboriginal people involved in its tourism industry since the 1930s.
  • Taiwan Storyland

    Taiwan Storyland
    Taiwan Storyland recreates the old Taiwanese lifestyle and elders’ childhood memories. Inside the storyland, you can also find the old traditional photolab for you to develop your newly shot rolls! Lomographers, you do not want to miss that!
  • SanXia Old City

    SanXia Old City
    SanXia Old Street started becoming popular during the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1912). During the Japanese colonial era, MinQuan Old Street was completely destroyed, while SanXia district became prosperous through the production and sale of tea, camphor, timber and coal. Since then, MinQuan Old Street has been slowly reconstructed.
  • Shuang-chun beach

    Shuang-chun beach
    Shuang-chun beach is located in the Jiayi County. I often go there with my schoolmates to swim. This is a beach that very few people know. Because this beach has maintained its very primitive life style there is hardly any pollution.
  • Taipei’s Green Library

    Taipei’s Green Library
    Take a walk around this beautiful, eco-friendly building in the middle of the city.
  • Mincyuan Street

    Mincyuan Street
    Bricks used to build Sansia old street at that time were transported from a faraway country, Japan. In addition, the planning of the old street as a whole gives out a deep sense of retro which you can see old buildings with delicately carved exterior along the old street.
  • Taipei

    Taipei
    Memories from my 3 months in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Holiday Resort in San Jhih

    Holiday Resort in San Jhih
    It is an abandoned holiday resort in San Jhih, a mall town on the north coast of Taiwan. It has been abandoned for more then 20 years. People call it "UFO house". The man who supposedly designed the flying saucer room is an architect from Finland Matti Suuronen. He designed the flying saucer shape in 1968 (UFO). The glass fiber system house calls "Futuro". Bit later the same year, the production cost of Futuro became more expensive, as well as producer Polykem had not consummated the plan to develop Futuro, and sold the design idea right to many countries carelessly, therefore you can see Futuro in so many places around the world.

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