Taiwan is known for their soup dumplings and the infamous place to have them is Din Tai Fung. This Michelin star restaurant is known for it’s soup dumplings and is now popping up all across the globe. This post isn’t about any of those locations though. It’s about the flagship store at Dongmen station in […]
Hi world travel friends! This is yet another continuation of the Taiwan travel series. This time it’s about a little place that’s a good 2.5 hour bus ride away from Taipei city, Jiu Feng old street. We took the bus from Dr. Sun Yat Sun station but they also offer bus rides there from Taipei […]
On my last Taiwan post, I talked all about the Shilin night market which is the largest night market in Taipei. Today I’m going to talk about a hidden one that’s just as good as the biggest one out there. I’m talking about the Tonghua night market. It’s located close to Liuzhangli MRT station and […]
Hello my foodie friends! It’s been a while since I’ve done a “travel” blog entry. I’m sure I have a million excuses as to why there hasn’t been one in what feels like ages but I think that it would be pointless for me to do so. As some of you may know or not […]
Wu Pao Chun is a bakery in Taiwan that is famous because Wu Pao–chun is a Taiwanese baker famous for winning in the bread category of the 2010 Bakery Masters competition held in Paris. As such, he opened two bakeries in Taiwan to share his bread with the rest of the country. There is one […]
Grayson has been raving about Myst ever since it opened. So now that I’m back, I wanted to see if it’s worth the hype. We got there at around 6:30pm on a week night and it was already packed inside. Lucky for us, we got one of the last booths. I’d definitely recommend coming early […]
Yet another outlet of Chatime has opened up in Vancouver. It’s been quite a while since I’ve been to Chatime and although it came from Taiwan, during my year living there, I have never seen a single store! I know what a surprise right?
I’m back again with more Taiwanese food! I got these little fish for my mom the last time I was here and they are commonly used to mix with rice to flavor it and add a little bit of protein