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5 THINGS TO DO IN TAIWAN

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Shopping from Taiwan

Fengjia Night Market - Shopping is always an excitement for a tourist like me, however, Taiwan’s largest night market made me inquisitive with huge variety of food, beverages, goods and services. As you can see, it was quite happening on a weekend night. This market gave me quite an insight into Taiwan's streetstyle.....very chic, must say.

Must Try - Local cuisine and soda stalls


How much I love this...
Fresh grapes but the fun was to pluck and gulp :D


Tourist vibes from Taiwan

Rainbow Military Housing - Mark this place on your bucket list for a must-visit. The rainbow village was created by a former soldier. He painted the houses to save them from demolition. Today it has become one of the major tourist site seeing spot. 
Tourist should bring their cameras to capture beautiful artwork which includes birds, animals and people !




Speed from Taiwan

Taiwan High Speed Rail - Taiwan High Speed Rail (abbreviated THSR or HSR) is a high-speed rail line that runs approximately 345 km (214 mi) (actual length in operation is 348.5 km (217 mi)) along the west coast of Taiwan, from the national capital Taipei to the southern city of Kaohsiung.
At the time it was built, this was one of the world's largest privately funded rail construction schemes. The system is based primarily on Japan's Shinkansen technology



Lost in MRT ride ..... scenic Taiwan.... you beauty !!


Architecture from Taiwan

Lan Yang Museum - This Museum has an intriguing tilt to it and is a must-see for shutterbugs! It attempts to convey “The Harmony and Symbiosis between Mankind and Nature” and “Association between Mankind and History”. There are three floors that are cleverly categorized into the Mountains, Plains and Ocean levels, showcasing what the residents of Yilan take pride in. The cultural and way of life is vividly represented through artworks and images.



Till next time....Keep it STYLISH By Nature !! 
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