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The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a remarkable destination that is steeped in rich cultural and religious significance. Located in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown. This temple is a must-visit for anyone interested in Buddhism, architecture, or history. History and Significance The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple was completed in 2007. And is a relatively new addition to Singapore’s cultural and religious landscape. Despite its relative youth, the temple has quickly become one… Read More

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Taiwan is a small island nation in East Asia, known for its vibrant culture, delicious food, and stunning natural beauty. Despite its size, Taiwan is full of amazing things. To do and see that will leave you inspired and in awe. I know there are a bunch of lists with similar things. What are the most visited touristy spots and probably any influence IG. I wanted to find something where I will… Read More

If you’re looking for a natural escape from the hustle and bustle of Taipei, Wulai Hot Springs is the perfect destination. Located just an hour’s drive from the city, this idyllic mountain village offers a stunning natural setting, hot springs, and a glimpse into the life of Taiwan’s indigenous Atayal people. About Wulai (烏來, Wūlái) is a small aboriginal village located 27km south of Taipei in northern Taiwan. It’s one of Taipei’s… Read More

One of the most incredible cities in Asia, there are endless things to do in Taipei, a diverse and chaotic city with an eclectic mix of influences. We spent our days eating delicious street food in one of the many night markets, exploring the ancient temples, and admiring the views from Taipei’s many vantage points. The city has a world-class transport system; like most Asian cities, it’s relatively cheap. After spending a… Read More

Dajia Jenn Lann Temple is a temple located in Dajia District, Taichung, Taiwan. It is one of the most famous temples in Taiwan and is visited by thousands of people every year. The temple is dedicated to Mazu, the goddess of the sea, and is considered one of the most important Mazu temples in Taiwan. History The temple is known for its beautiful architecture, which features intricate carvings, colorful decorations, and elaborate… Read More

Xingtian Temple (行天宮) is a popular Taoist temple in Taipei, Taiwan. It is one of the most visited temples in Taiwan, and it is dedicated to Guan Gong, a famous general who lived during the Three Kingdoms period in China. The Most Innovative Temple In the Zhongshan District of Taipei, Xingtian Temple was established in 1968. Xingtian Temple is the most visited temple in Northern Taiwan. This famous temple is devoted to… Read More

Looking for a place to indulge in a variety of Taiwanese street food? Look only as far as the Linjiang Street Tonghua Night Market in Taipei. This bustling night market is a foodie’s paradise, offering a wide range of delicious and affordable street food that will leave your taste buds begging for more. Quick Facts About Linjiang Street Tonghua Night Market Hours 6 PM–12 AM Number of Stalls 200+ Closest Rail Station… Read More

For all the times you’ve brought a smile and made my days seem brighter. Happy Women’s Day! Life would not have been possible without you. I am what I am because of you. Happy Women’s Day! She is a Dreamer, she is a believer, she is a doer, she is an achiever, and that she is “You”. Happy Women’s Day.

Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum, located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, is one of the largest Buddhist museums in the world. The museum covers an area of 100 hectares. Making it a vast and impressive complex that celebrates Buddhist culture and art. The museum was founded by the Venerable Master Hsing Yun, founder of the Fo Guang Shan monastic order. The order promotes Humanistic Buddhism, which seeks to apply Buddhist teachings to modern-day society…. Read More

Chikan Tower is a historic landmark located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The tower was originally built during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan in the early 1900s as part of a coastal defense system. It was named after the nearby Chikan Village, a center of trade and commerce during that time. History: Fort Provintia was built by the Dutch, who controlled Taiwan, to fortify the western part of Tayuan. Just two kilometers away from… Read More

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