Ximending西门町 & American Street 美国街 @ Taipei

Ximending 西门町, a neighborhood and huge shopping district in the Wanhua District 万华区 of Taipei, Taiwan. This area has been called the “Harajuku/Shibuya of Taipei” which is equal to our Bukit Bintang Golden Triangle area. Ximending is one of the most popular tourist spots among both local and travelers. As a hub for a diversity of shopping, entertainments and F […]

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Pinmo Pure Store 品墨良行 , Qing Tian 76 青田76, Yongkang Street 永康街 @ Taipei

Our second day at Taipei started with a leisurely itinerary that included a visit to this quaint little paper/zakka store nestled in a residential area at Yongkang Street, Da’an District. Look at the super cute facade, it’s a kind of setting that attract people to step in and check out the place.         Pinmo Pure Store 品墨良行, […]

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Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐 @ Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan

Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐, an international brand that synonymous with XiaoLongBao 小籠包 (steamed pork dumplings). Founded in Taiwan nearly 60 years ago, Din Tai Fung has enjoyed worldwide acclaim for its amazing XiaoLongBao. Din Tai Fung has been making waves with branches throughout the world, including Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, South Korea, UAE, […]

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Silks Palace at National Palace Museum 故宫晶华 @ Taipei

Our visit of National Palace Museum was followed by a sumptuous lunch at Silks Palace at National Palace Museum 故宫晶华. Silks Palace, located in the grounds of the National Palace Museum (NPM), adjacent to museum’s Administrative Building to the west of the main exhibition hall. Amid the lush green surroundings,the building is impressive in sight with facade of great curtain […]

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National Palace Museum 国立故宫博物院 @Taipei

My Taiwan travelogue continue and today’s destination is the popular tourist spot of National Palace Museum 国立故宫博物院. The Palace Museum was originally founded in 1925 in the Beijing Forbidden City, thus the word “palace” in its name. The present-day National Palace Museum moved to Taipei’s Shilin District on 1949 was to prevent desecration of those precious collection during the Chinese […]

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