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  • Liuxi cultural city

    Liuxi cultural city
    I like this place very much. The Taiwanese old movie-like streets are the places, the older generation remembers still very well. It carries the local lifestyle of various decades starting from 30's to the 60's surrounded with houses built following the ancient construction techniques.
  • 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!
  • Seven Star Lake (Qixingtan) in Hualien, Taiwan

    Seven Star Lake (Qixingtan) in Hualien, Taiwan
    A beautiful stretch of coastline that lies at the tip of a crescent bay overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Back in August, my friends and I decided to take a much needed beach vacation in the eastern part of Taiwan. Like all dramatic holiday stories, Super Typhoon Nanmadol hit our island the day before we were set for the beach.
  • A Rain Trapped City: Tour of Pingxi

    A Rain Trapped City: Tour of Pingxi
    Who says one needs to stay at home during rainy days? Get out there and have fun with your camera! Taking a train from Taipei, we will pass by Nuannuan, Shifen...before reaching Pingxi.
  • Shao He Ting Antique Market

    Shao He Ting Antique Market
    Chaoheting Market originated from a fair called Lung-an Market, run by the Taipei City Government. It was full of stalls selling all kinds of meat, fish, and fowl. Located in the heart of one of the most popular tourist areas in Taipei city, Shao He Ting sells a wide variety of antiques from Taiwan's Japanese colonial era (1895-1945). These include ticket stubs, movie posters, toys, jade ornaments and store signs, as well as larger items like tables, chairs and cabinets. Every weekend, this market is crowded with antique dealers from all over the island, as well as local residents and tourists. I like old lights here, they are so special and old. But I have too many lights in my room now.
  • Shi Lin Night Market

    Shi Lin Night Market
    Beyond a doubt, Shi Lin Night Market is one of the most famous night markets in Taipei, making it a long-time favorite among residents and tourists, locals and foreigners. When you go to Shi Lin Night Market, be sure not to eat beforehand. The food there is simply too delicious to pass up. The prices are low, the servings are generous and the variety seems endless - cold, hot, sweet, sour, salty, spicy, fish, fowl; if it can be eaten, they probably have it. Don't worry about not being able to find what you want to eat. Rather, worry that you might not be able to finish everything you want.
  • Weekend Flower and Jade Market

    Weekend Flower and Jade Market
    Both are on JianGuo South Road. The Jade Market stretches from RenAi Road almost to ZhongXiao East Road and the Flower Market from XinYi Road to RenAi Road.
  • Honeymoon Bay

    Honeymoon Bay
    Mounting the waves becomes more challenging and exciting as the cold winter months creep in. All around Taiwan, swells from September to October are 3-5 feet (one to nearly two meters). The largest waves, 5-6 feet (two meters), are found from November to February. So seriously, if you want to catch the best waves, it's time to boogie.
  • Fukuei Cape Lighthouse

    Fukuei Cape Lighthouse
    Fukuei Cape Lighthouse lies at the very northern end of Taiwan Island. Fukuei Cape Lighthouse often has to deal with fall and winter mist as well as with an unstable climate. To solve the problem, Japanese added a foghorn in the lighthouse, which can warn the boats when the mist is too strong.
  • The Wall - Live House

    The Wall - Live House
    The Wall was opened by the Live House, the independent trade mark, the phonograph record line and by some of independent music singers. Why is it called "The Wall"? "The Wall" was one of the albums of Pink Floyd. It is the spirit of rock. If you are a fan of rock, you have to come here to The Wall. Live performances by local and foreign bands, arranged on Friday and Saturday nights, on a specific holiday and so on, other time intervals non periodically conduct the activities.
  • Dalida Café

    Dalida Café
    Dalida café is XiMenDing's latest hippest addition to the icing of western Taipei. Dalida takes its name from a French diva, who makes regular appearances on the sound system of this Euro-style cafe. Taking advantage of its location on the square in front of the Red Theater, Dalida expands outwards with an outdoor patio and a terrace on the second floor.
  • Keelung City

    Keelung City
    Keelung is a port city in the north of Taiwan, near the capital, Taipei. Probably the easiest way to get to Keelung from Taipei is by commuter train, which ply the route every 15 to 20 minutes. It is a good place to play on weekends. You can visit Taiwan's scenic northeast coast. The sea is so blue and clean. I enjoy the moment sitting on beach and talking with good friends. You can also see some small islands in the ocean. Keelung is near the sea, so there are many fish.
  • Chiufen Town

    Chiufen Town
    Chiufen Town is a small and beautiful town, located on a mountainside overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is one of Taiwan's cultural treasures. A visit there offers a chance to escape from the city and to imagine what life was like many years ago. You can feel the old atmosphere here. The old brick buildings offer a charming, relaxed view. The narrow, stone alleyways and steep stairways suggest an old-fashioned way of living. The whole place has a colorful and romantic air about it.
  • Pisces cafe and restaurant

    Pisces cafe and restaurant
    Located in the busy area around the National Taiwan University, Pisces Cafe is decorated in the traditional Mediterranean colors of blue and white and is a popular hangout for students. This cafe is named for the owner's star sign. There are many kinds of drinks and any of them go for half price when you order a meal or snack.
  • Bring Lomography Cameras for Photo Shooting at GaoMei!

    Bring Lomography Cameras for Photo Shooting at GaoMei!
    Most people who visit GaoMei will have a camera in their hands, be it digital, analog, mechanical or plastic, there are just so many of them. If you put all of them on tables, you can start a camera exhibition.
  • Catch the Beautiful Sunset at Danshui, Taipei

    Catch the Beautiful Sunset at Danshui, Taipei
    The next time you're in Taipei, remember to take some time and enjoy the beautiful sunset at Danshui. It is one of the places I'd definitely take friends who are visiting Taipei - on the Old Street, you can find awesome local street food and fun night market games; if you take a short ferry ride across to the town of Bali and the Fisherman's Wharf, you'll find yourself in the perfect place for a scenic walk by the coast.
  • Wushe: A Taiwanese Village in the 1930s Under Japanese Rule

    Wushe: A Taiwanese Village in the 1930s Under Japanese Rule
    The beautiful film set of a Taiwanese epic, Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale.
  • Yummy Food in Taipei Night Market

    Yummy Food in Taipei Night Market
    I love eating delicious food, who doesn't, right? Especially a Singaporean like me, food is in our blood, we will travel just for delicious food! There is a place where I can't forget about the delicious food I had there, it is Tapei Night Market! I visited the most famous night market in Taipei, which is Shilin Night Market back in 2010.
  • The Martyr's Shrine

    The Martyr's Shrine
    The Martyr's Shrine is located near Yuanshan on Beian Rd., near the lush mountains and facing the Keelung River. The Shrine was completed in 1969 and its grand architecture covers a large area of ground. Inside the shrine are the numerous plaques of martyrs as well as pictures illustrating the history of the building of our nation, a tribute to the selflessness of these brave people.
  • Taipei Zoo

    Taipei Zoo
    The Taipei Zoo is a public zoological garden in Taipei City and home to animals from Taiwan, Australia, Africa, the Asian tropical rainforest, the desert, and temperate zones. It may not be as famous as the London Zoo or the San Diego Zoo but it is the largest zoo in Asia, and a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike.

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