It’s time we all learned a little more about Taiwan, and what better way to do that than with a list of the best things to do while you’re there"
Tea service at the top of a spiraling mountain road in Jiufen.
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You?re in Taiwan, and tea houses are a big deal here. You?ve got so many to choose from, so where do you start" Head to Taichung (which birthed bubble tea, if you?re familiar with it), or Jiufen if you?d like to drink your tea while looking out over the mountains and ocean.
One of the more unusual food that I found in Taipei – Fried milk!! The milk is lightly set and then cut into squares, dipped into a light batter and then deep fried. Texture crunchy on the outside and the inside creamy. Be careful and make sure it’s cooler before you bite in. Further proofed how much the Taiwanese love their fried food. #kitchtouristtravels #travelgram #localfood #streetfood #friedmilk #unusualfoodA post shared by Cherrin Chiew (@kitchtourist) on Mar 14, 2017 at 7:19am PDT
Much like their tea, the local Taiwanese cuisine is also amazing. Taiwan is famous for dim sum, beef noodle soup and street food, or if you?re feeling particularly daring, give stinky tofu a go ? it?s a local favourite. Shilin Night Market, Yonkang Street, and James Kitchen are firm favourites.
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A standard tourist activity, but one that you can?t miss. You get great views of the city from as high as 91 floors ? plus, the lift shoots you up to the 89th floor in under 40 seconds. So if the view isn?t exciting enough for you, the ride there will b...