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Need an escapade from the city life? Make a day trip to Wulai. Alight at Xindian Station and catch the 849 bus to Wulai. Be warned that the bus gets really crowded on weekends and the interval is probably around 15-20 minutes. Once you reach Wulai, start with their Wulai Old Street selling some snacks, best known for their Grilled Mua Chee or Seasoned rice steamed in a bamboo, also you can visit the Wulai Atayal Museum that has free admission to know more about the history, origins, culture of Atayal.
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Tamsui Old Street
Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf is a scenic spot at the western tip of Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. Its predecessor was the "Tamsui Second Fishing Port" on the right bank of the Tamsui river estuary, an important fishing harbor in the early history of north Taiwan. The Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf is well known by its beautiful sunset and fresh seafood. While having sightseeing and leisure facilities, it still holds its functionality as a harbor for fishing boats.
Quaint old city, with a gorgeous wharf. We walked ALL THE WAY from Danshui Train Station (which you take from central Taipei), when we could have just taken the red bus 26. It was a 1.5 hour walk! But thinking back, it was a good walk because we saw so much of the town. Good thing there were things to see - quaint houses by the sea, people cycling and strolling, little cafes... The Danshui Old Street was great as well. We had delicious Mifen, fishball soup, and beancurd with vermicelli inside which was great.
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