Taipei Holiday Trip

Following the CNY trip to Ipoh, we flew to Taiwan with family on the very next day. A favourite travel destination revisited, it was a vacation to slow down pace, relax, and for retail therapy and mouth-watering local food.

Sometimes holidaying abroad means to luxuriate in a good hotel strategically located so that we don’t […]

By |March 8th, 2014|Taipei, Taiwan|1 Comment

Taiwan Trip 2013 (part 4)

Continuing from Taiwan Trip 2013 (part 3), here is the itinerary of a relaxing 2-day tour, a brief introduction of Tainan. Also known as the ‘Phoenix City’ in the south, Tainan is one of Taiwan’s oldest cities with a plethora of historic monuments, natural attractions in the Siraya National Scenic Area, picturesque reservoirs, mud […]

By |April 23rd, 2013|Tainan, Taiwan, Taiwan trip 2013|8 Comments

Taiwan Trip 2013 (part 3)

Continuing from Taiwan Trip 2013 (part 2), here is the itinerary of our 3-day tour in Nantou, a landlocked county of picturesque mountain range and remarkable tourist destinations like Sun Moon Lake, Sitou and Cingjing Farm.

One of the most convenient, comfortable and economical way of travelling around the island is by Taiwan High Speed […]

By |April 1st, 2013|Nantou, Taiwan, Taiwan trip 2013|19 Comments

Taiwan Trip 2013 (part 2)

Continuing from Taiwan Trip 2013 (Part 1) …

Every year, millions of locals and tourists flock to the world-famous Taiwan Lantern Festival for a visual feast of intricately made artistic lanterns, a spectacular showcase of Taiwan’s unique flair in lantern making. This year, the 15-day event was held in Hsinchu County – the cultural centre […]

By |March 27th, 2013|Taiwan, Taiwan trip 2013|7 Comments

Taiwan Trip 2013 (part 1)

Taiwan is a really popular destination with Singaporeans. Almost every other month, I have friends planning to go there for holidays! The tourist haven is best known for its breathtaking coastal line, verdant landscapes, gourmet and shopping paradise. And Taiwanese are generally polite, friendly and helpful to tourists.

We had a blast in Taiwan and […]

By |March 24th, 2013|Taiwan, Taiwan trip 2013|1 Comment

Sunnyhills Tea Party @Raffles Hotel: U r Invited!

Craving for delicious pineapple cakes? You are cordially invited to Sunnyhills Tea Party @Raffles Hotel Shopping Arcade to experience the signature Sunnyhills hospitality! Enjoy a complimentary afternoon treat with Sunnyhills Gourmet Pineapple Cakes 凤梨酥 airflown from Taiwan and appreciate a cup of aromatic Oolong Tea at the prestigious venue.
Try the products first before buying. […]

By |May 27th, 2012|Nantou|2 Comments

A meeting with Mayor Hu @ Taichung 台中

The highlight of our trip in Taichung is to meet a Very Important Person…
Meeting Mayor Hu @ Fengjia Night Market 逢甲夜市
What an honour! We had a session of chat, food tasting, gift exchange and fun with the beloved Mayor Jason Hu Chih-Chiang 胡志强 right in front of Feng Chia University at Fengjia Night […]

By |August 30th, 2011|Taichung, Taiwan|8 Comments

let’s go Taichung 台中

NATAS Fair 2011 @ Expo Hall from 26 to 28 Aug 2011.
If you are considering a trip to Taiwan, head down to Taichung 台中 Booth No: 6H14 for attractive travel deals. Just mention that you are a reader of “TravelerFolio” or “Eunice” to get one of these free gifts. No purchase is required. No […]

By |August 26th, 2011|Taichung, Taiwan|3 Comments

Yangmingshan National Park

Yangmingshan (阳明山) National Park is located in Taipei City, Taiwan. Famous for its hot springs, cherry blossoms, hiking trails, etc, the park has an area of 114.56km². It is named after a Ming Dynasty Chinese scholar – Wang Yangming. Fyi, “shan” means “hill” or “mountain”.

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By |September 28th, 2008|Taiwan, YangMingShan|13 Comments

Taiwan Hot Spring & Spa

I missed visiting this Tien Lai Hot Spring Resort but Jacky did. #@&%$*@!! Alright! Forgiven him since he brought back some nice shots. Like the spectacular view over the crests and slopes of Yangmingshan National Park.

Click on this panoramic shot to enlarge or scroll left-right.

A hot spring pool at 40.7 degree Celsius. I ever […]

By |September 22nd, 2008|Taiwan, YangMingShan|34 Comments