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If you would like to further immerse in their cultural tradition, make a visit to their Taipei Confucius Temple to pray for good results and Manka Longshan Temple for worshipping GuangYin, Mazu and GuanYu. 11.Make a day trip to Yilan Yilan, a country in the North East of Taiwan is just located a 1.5hour train ride away from Taipei....
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Between the high-class gourmet hangouts of the rich and famous to the endless pop-ups and street food that is in the east of the city, London is the only British city to feature in the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards. 8) Taiwan, China From tongue-searing Szechuan dishes to Cantonese dim sum, Taipei’s food scene highlights the diverse cuisines of the Mainland Chinese who’ve settled there....
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"Touch Breast Alley" in Lu Gang Ximending in Taipei Jiufen Jiufen Night Market in Taichung-逢甲夜市 Lu Gang 鹿港小镇 Old building in Lu Gang 7-Eleven in Taiwan is exciting Taipei 101 Jiufen 九份 Tamsui District- 淡水老街 Yu Ren Dock-渔人码头 The most important thing to travel in Taiwan is to know how to speak Mandarin and to read Chinese because most of the people in Taiwan don't know English, but I guess you will still survive if you don't know Mandarin, some of the Taiwan university students do know English anyway....