Here I am sharing with you 12 local tips in Taipei, venture to markets, shopping streets, shops, museums, and other places that you may not know about…
Something about… Taroko, Taiwan. Visiting Quishui Cliff, Swallow Grotto, Shakadang Trail, and more. Then I started to appreciate the stunning beauty of the Taroko Gorge in the rain under the mysterious overcast.
The Asia contemporary art Scene is vibrant; and this is a travel guide about some art districts, creative parks and modern art museums in Taipei for travelers to create their artsy Instagram moments!
Kenting is located at in the southernmost point of Taiwan Island; and the area is a popular travel destination that has more than a few nice beaches or local food markets – there are a lot more things to see and do!
It is not uncommon for a city to have wall paintings or graffiti on buildings. But when I heard Tainan has a street for it, I immediately put this on my agenda. I am talking about the ‘Haianlu’ Art Street. Haianlu Art Street is a renovated art avenue in Tainan with wall paintings and bustle nightlife.
The park is just getting more special – Yayoi Kusama is a world-recognized avant garde modern artist and her polka dots could be spotted and recognized by many many art-lovers in a heartbeat.
Outside the café you there is a pop-up gift shop and exhibit of Kusama’s exhibit imageries; something that art fans should not be missed! http://wp.me/p5Lw9a-co
Taipei, Taiwan – The first thing that comes to everyone’s mind would be the mouth-watering, scrumptious and savory street food in the night markets (Shilin Night Market, Raohe Street Night Market, Ningxia Night Market, Gongguan Night Market, maybe a little farther, Keelung Night Market). All kinds of Taiwanese-style bubble tea, oyster pancake, mini hot-pot, barbeque