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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

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

Fengjia Night Market or Feng Chia Night Market, also called Fengjia Shopping Town, is a night market in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan. The market is located next to Feng Chia University. It was claimed to be the largest night market in Taiwan. Fengjia Night Market is a street food market with 200 stands in Taichung, Taiwan. Noteworthy foods include egg pancakes, stinky tofu, and more. History Fengjia, otherwise known as Feng Chia,… Read More

Traveling alone might be intimidating whether you’re traveling inside your own country or worldwide. Traveling alone can raise several worries. Ranging from the embarrassment of dining alone to more severe safety concerns, particularly for women. But despite any nervousness or uncertainty, traveling solo can be one of the most freeing and rewarding experiences. Immersing yourself in the community and stumbling upon those moments of cross-cultural connection organically.Choosing the right destination is key…. Read More

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Taiwan is a small island, but its street food culture is big! If you’re familiar with Chinese food, you’ll find plenty of that here. But street vendors and hawkers all over Taiwan specialize in local dishes you won’t find anywhere else. In other words: You need to eat your way through this country as quickly as possible – there are too many great things to try at once! All the best street… Read More

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