Taipei is the top destination to travel to Taiwan. It is easy to go around in Taipei with the MRT, exploring the splendor of the city. For a different kind of experience, it is also worthwhile to travel Hualien, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The itinerary covers tourist attractions, places to eat, accommodation in Taipei & Hualien and a pre-wedding photo shoot.
Day 1 – Arrival
This chocolate drink from Godiva is truly heavenly! When you take the first sip of chocolixir, the icy richness of the chocolates melts in your mouth, leaving small bits of chocolates lingering on your tongue, giving this elixir a multi-layered tasting experience. While waiting for your flight, try this at Terminal 1, Taoyuen International Airport.
On my last day in Taiwan, I woke up early to meet up with my friend for breakfast near Taipei Main Station. We ate pan-fried buns( sui jian bao 水煎包) at Old Tsai’s (老蔡水煎包). Compared to the white meat buns, these buns are slightly oilier and crispier on the outside with a yellowish tint as a result of being pan-fried. The bottom of the buns is pan-fried till lightly browned and it’s a popular breakfast choice in Taiwan.
Pan-Fried Pork Buns With White Cabbage and Green Bean Noodles (高麗菜口味水煎包).