taiwan

After my exams got over on 24th February, my parents and I left for Taipei, Taiwan two days later. Usually, Taiwan isn’t some place people choose for vacationing, but I’m so glad we did (partially because my father had to attend a conference there). The capital city, Taipei, is absolutely beautiful. The streets were so clean and the weather was great on all the days we were there! We roamed the streets, visited the traditional tourist spots and not one of the disappointed us. Every day was pretty hectic, but at the end of the day, we returned back to our hotel with loads of memories. After spending a day and a half in Taipei, we drove to Sun Moon Lake City (as the name itself suggests, the place was gorgeous). We spent hours in the Farmosa Cultural Village which was adorned with innumerable cherry blossom trees which were glowing with stunning shades of pink. We drove around the Sun Moon Lake and witnessed the beautiful sun set; the next day we woke up early to watch the sun rise, it was 8 degrees! We also visited Kaohsiung, the second largest city in Taiwan where we took a beautiful city tour, and visited the Buddha Temple the following morning. We returned back to Taipei (using the subway, which was also spotless, by the way) in the afternoon and had half a day all to our ourselves and to just soak in the brilliant experience of the entire trip. I have a lot of pictures to share, some of which I will, but the rest you can find on my Instagram account which you can find on the left column.

 

 

Voyage

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4 thoughts on “taiwan

    1. Ah, no. We didn’t have time. But we did see beautiful cherry blossoms and I wouldn’t replace that sight with any other 🙂

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