Recommendation by Elaine Carag
Take in a different side of Taiwan while walking through Jiufen’s old streets. Stretch your legs, but get your tummy ready, too! There’s a lot of food you can try and taste for free before buying them for pasalubong!
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Jishan Street, Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
2 years ago
Ready your walking shoes, it's a pretty tiring climb up the stairs here. You're well-rewarded though; every corner features some kind of Taiwanese delicacy. Search for the Peanut Roll Ice Cream and the Taro Balls!
4 days ago
El Nido, Palawan is one of the greatest and popular destinations in the Philippines. I visited this place last August 2015. You will be amazed by its hidden lagoons, stunning islands, limestone formations, white beaches, and those blue waters. Are you looking for something more adventurous? You can do not just island hopping, but there are other things you can try in El Nido. Why not try to fly with the Island to Island Zipline at Nacpan Beach or hike the Taraw cliff and witness the beautiful view of the entire area? Cool right?
5 days ago
"Namiseom Island or Naminara Island" BEST TIME TO VISIT: During Spring or Autumn season is the best time to visit South Korea if you're fond of Cherry Blossom as it gives you more chances to witness its full bloom. A nice weather is an add-on to that. For Spring, best time is last week of March to second week of April while last week of October to second week of November for Autumn. TIPS: 1. What to wear? Among other tourist destinations in Seoul, you should wear thicker clothes when you visit Nami. Obviously, due to its forest-like setting and its location is beside a river, the temperature here is colder. Once you get off the bus, you will ride on a Ferry to reach the place. Expect a cool breeze while you're in Nami. 2. The Restroom The so-called "call of nature" might be inevitable. So better if you go on a restroom first cause' it's a long way before you'll be able to come back to entrance once you started walking and took pictures along the way (approx. 45min back & forth). Few steps from the entrance, restroom is on the right side. 3. You have an elderly with you Rental of wheelchair is available there, an enclosed stall on the left side upon the entrance is visibly there (not sure if it's free of charge because our tour guide back then didn't ask a fee from us) HISTORY: Naminara Island was formed as a result of the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam. It is a half moon-shaped isle, and on it is the grave of General Nami, who led a great victory against the rebels in the 13th year of the 7th king of the Joseon Dynasty, King Sejo. This picture was taken in last week of April 2019.
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