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Taiwan (Taipei)

(04 Aug 2007 - 11 Aug 2007)

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The renowned Shilin Night Market…


And it’s really crowded….


One of our culture shock, not the number of scooters but 
rather scooters will go anywhere, including pedestrian platforms!


Along Shilin Night Market, there’s this famous restaurant…


The toilet restaurant! Where stools are toilet seats and tables are bathtubs. 
Even food are served in mini toilet bowls! Initially we wanted to 
have dinner here but the smell of toilet air refreshers (I think on purpose) 
in the restaurant drove us crazy and we almost felt like puking… Next please!


Our hotel, Rainbow Hotel where we stayed for 7 nights. 
This is a double bedded room and space is really limited. 
My sis (and her friend) stayed in the twin sharing room and
it was definitely more spacious. The worst part was they didn’t 
pay extra! So lesson learnt (If you intend to stay in Rainbow Hotel), 
never request for a double bedded room…


On board the Taipei Metro…


Queue for boarding the train… Taiwanese are really neat and orderly 
(compared to Singapore) in this aspect…


Inside Taipei 101 Shopping Mall…


Too up class for us, next please!


In front of Taipei 101… Taipei 101 is the highest architectural structure 
currently and will be soon be taken over by Burj Dubai…


Wu Fen Pu Wholesale Centre… 
Ladies fashion at wholesale prices. 
Highly recommended for young ladies but do remember 
that this place opens only in the evening…


Rao He Street Night Market, another popular night market in Taiwan…


The smell of smelly bean curds drove us mad!
So we decided to have ice-cream in this air con stall 
(while waiting for sis)…


Miramar Ferries Wheel located in 
Miramar Entertainment Park  is Taiwan’s tallest wheel…


Departing Miramar Entertainment Park  ,we proceeded to 
Tamsui Fisherman Wharf. And look what we caught on this picture…
Rainbow! Absolutely stunning!


Tamsui Fisherman Wharf  is a scenic spot at the western tip of Tamsui…


Lover Bridge of Tamsui…


Where you can appreciate sunset from this bridge…


While having sightseeing and leisure facilities, 
Tamsui Fisherman Wharf  still holds its functionality as a harbour for fishing boats…


Pose pose on the bridge…


Lover Bridge of Tamsui  was inaugurated on 14 February 2003, 
Valentine's Day. Hence it’s name “Lover Bridge”…


As usual, Mu-Miu pooh was there…


Sitting along the bridge and waiting for sunset… 
It’s so relaxing enjoying the breeze…


While waiting, guess what we saw…


It’s a doggie whom has broken his leg!
The owners have brought him out with a stroller.
That’s so thoughtful of them…


Do try out this stall along Tamsui Fisherman Wharf, 
their signature dish is “Ah Gei”…


Outside the public toilets in Tamsui Fisherman Wharf,
we found these toilet signs hilarious…


I can’t really blame them since English is not their main language used


The picturesque Lover Bridge of Tamsui at night…


Directions to Tamsui Fisherman Wharf : 
From Danshui MRT station, take Red "26" bus and 
you will reach Tamsui Fisherman Wharf in no time…

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Travel@HamHamFarm - The World, Here We Come!

Taiwan (Taipei)

(04 Aug 2007 - 11 Aug 2007) 

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