We stayed at Oasia Hotel Novena in December for 3 days. The room was a good size. The bathroom was fairly clean. The view was of the pool. My biggest complaints were that the sink was stained pretty bad and the room didn’t feel thoroughly cleaned. The beds were a good size and also really comfortable. We didn’t use the television much so no thoughts … Continue reading Oasia Hotel Novena Review
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan – it’s filled with cultural discovery, cheap CHEAP food and really friendly people. The best way to get around in Taipei is to travel by MRT. The MRT is usually close to everything and it’s really REALLY easy to use. It’s also really cheap and convenient. Don’t be afraid to ask others how to get to other places either … Continue reading A Guide To Taipei (and places around the city)
It’s located literally right next to the Shandao Temple MRT and up the stairs of the market basically. It’s centrally and conveniently located but is it worth the line? Well, luckily the day we went there wasn’t much of a line. Yes it went down the stairs but it only took around 5 -10 minutes and we were at the front. Know what you want … Continue reading Fu Hang Dou Jiang 阜杭豆漿 – Hype or Worth it?
Take the MRT to Taipower Building station台電大樓 on the GREEN LINE. Then take exit 4 and then just follow the crowd. This night market isn’t particularly obvious. There’s no sign so you’ll just have to follow the people or ask. It’s inbetween the small roads. Each Night market in Taiwan, has its own selling point. This night market in particular is very close to a … Continue reading Guide to Shida Night Market Taipei Taiwan
Raohe Night Market is one of the most famous night markets after Shilin Night Market. We started with a random place for their stinky tofu. It was alright – not worth eating again. Then we had Skewers from this place which was not bad. Raohe is famous for their pork bone soup in medicine broth. It doesn’t sound appealing but trust me, it’s really good. … Continue reading Guide to Rao He Night Market
Gong Guan is an area filled with students because it’s near the National Taiwan University. It’s also an area filled with great food. Because the streets of this area are hard to navigate. I can only tell you what there is in this district and if you think it looks good. Feel free to try and find it. It’s not hard because it’s all on … Continue reading Guide to the Gong Guan Area – Taipei
Shilin Night market – the biggest night market in Taipei and also the most well-known. Keep in mind, when you travel there by MRT don’t get off at Shilin but get off at the stop BEFORE Shilin which is Jiantan. It’s closer to the night market. 玉子起士馬鈴薯 had a long line so we decided to join the line and weren’t disappointed. It’s the epitome … Continue reading Guide To Shilin Night Market Taiwan