Taiwanese “Teatime” — Take a Break with the Island’s Sweets and Treats

Whether it’s sweet or savory, Taipei offers an array of unique bites that are delicious and cheap. Check what snacks you should try in Taiwan now!

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Spring into Action: Five Diversified Tours to Explore Taipei

Spring is truly the best time to visit Taiwan. We’ve hand-selected five tours for visitors to Taipei that show different sides of the city. Enjoy!

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Netflix’s Love: The Best of Chiayi City’s Iconic Street Foods

Savor the most famous of Chiayi’s traditional snacks, at its favorite old-time eateries.

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Hoshing Pastry Shop: Unrolling over 70 Years of Delicious Treats

Shanghai Hoshing Pastry Shop (上海合興糕糰店) has been making traditional pastry in Nanmen market for more than 70 years, and it’s the traditional tastes like those offered at Hoshing that always remind people of home and a great memories of Lunar New Year.

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Handmade Tangyuan — Every One a Treasure unto Its Own

Eat tangyuan to celebrate the Winter Solstice Festival in Taipei! At the turn of the year, you should get a bowl of hot tangyuan to welcome the new year.

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Warming, Hearty, Comforting Year-End Hot Pot Gatherings

Hot pot in Taiwan has become the first choice for communal feasts in winter. Whether it is served in Chinese, Japanese or Western style, hot pot warms you up when the weather turns chilly and serves as a reward for another year of hard work.

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The Faithful Gourmand: Enjoying Taiwanese Brunch at Dadaocheng Cisheng Temple

Following in the footsteps of the faithful, you’ll find the best local delicacies in Taiwan. Here at Dadaocheng Cisheng Temple, a whole row of authentic snack stalls along the fence surrounding the temple entrance is serving the best brunch that beyond your imagination.

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22 things to eat and do around Taiwan’s Presidential Office Building

All the best restaurants and tourist attractions near the Presidential Office Building

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Taiwan Seen: Henry Gerard of Dida Creamery

For the first installment of Taiwan Seen, we spoke to Henry Gerard, a Taichung-based cheese maker from Los Angeles, who has been making cheese in Taiwan with his wife Brenda at Dida Creamery for the past four years

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