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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

The Hare @ Mount Austin

Hey readers, sorry for the MIA, been busy despite exams are over. And before I knew it, Christmas is already over. Anyway, feels good to be back to blogging, and I have so much to share!!! But as usual....gotta update my JB Cafes list and this time, a visit to bunnyland...

The Hare by Sugar On Top @ Mount Austin

Classic Churros -- RM12.90 
Personally, I prefer this over their much raved signature waffles. It's crunchy, yet fluffy on the inside, with a burst of the sweet vanilla taste. Very addictive flavor to me. 

SOT Signature Charcoal Waffles -- RM17.90 
If you're looking for something healthy and instagrammable, this has to be it. The waffles were nicely cooked, but I'm not sure how the charcoal makes it more special than normal waffles, healthier maybe? The fruits does make me feel less guilty about eating this dessert haha. Blueberry ice cream was delicious!

Iced Americano -- RM7.90
I became a fan of Americano these days, thanks to 2 days 1 night haha. 

Green Tea Milk -- RM9.90

with the sis

Life is good when you have two ladies delighting in sinful desserts haha

Personally think The Hare is a great place for an afternoon dessert, love its bright and homey interior, white walls, with plenty of sunlight in. The outdoor area has a garden concept which compliments its name "The Hare". 

Oh Don't Forget to take a photo with The HARE! 

The Hare
#01-01, Blok A, Menara Hartamas, 
Jalan Austin Heights 8/2
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

With an opposite vibe against the Hare, is The Workshop Cafe and Bar by Gran Fiesta in Mount Austin as well. The dimly lit interior with metal chairs, kinda like some secret society meeting ground haha. Forgive me, I forgot the name of what I ordered. But I would love to recommend this place if you love burgers and always find other shops offering too small of a portion. 

I forgot the exact name but this is a Grilled Chicken Burger. and this is no ordinary chicken burger, more like Chicken Chop with Buns and Wedges. They pretty much put a chicken chop in a burger! Result: Super Full Belly

My cousin's burger with nacho cheese. 

Americano again hehe, though I was abit shocked by the presentation, but I guess it serves the "workshop" theme.

Will visit again, especially when I have a very empty stomach haha.

The Workshop Cafe and Bar by Gran Fiesta
31, Jalan Mutiara Emas 8,
Taman Mount Austin,
81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Another semester gone and it's my final winter break :( Back at home sweet home now and it kills me to think that I wouldn't be able to come back as frequent as I wish. #hardtruthsofworkinginaforeignsoil To you people who are staying with your parents, be grateful and treasure your precious moments together.

On Christmas Day, I went to visit my granma who suffered a stroke recently. Saw her small figure, lying on the white bed, with tubes attached to her nostrils. She can be heard but none of us can understand her. But she still smiled when I look into her eyes. And at that moment, there was an instant surge of sorrow mixed with joy that made me almost teared up. Part of me feels sad for her condition, lying on a bed facing four walls and no one to talk to most of the time. Especially for a woman who has been so vocal all her life. There was nothing I can do for her. But at the same time I just feel grateful that she's still alive and smiling at me, she's been so brave and strong, and she's been making good progress in recovery. Just hope she will be able to recover asap and return home for CNY. We may not have one of those super-close granma-granchildren relationship, but she's still my dad's mother, without her, there's no me, can't wait to hear her calling my name again. But at the end of the day, all I could think of is to Thank God for His blessings, how He's been looking after my family despite me being away from them. Thank you and Thank you. :)

Christmas is the season to feel awesome about buying stuffs with cute packaging hahahahah
eyhhh in my defense, they are not for me k, most of them are gifts :D 

Saturday, November 12, 2016

The East Bureau @Marina Square

One last post before mugging starts... just gonna share the photos we took during our double birthday dinner :) 

Had our dinner at The East Bureau @Marina Square. If you know Supply and Demand at Esplanade, you will find them having similar style though different concept, yes they are from the same team. Was initially intrigued by their menu, which has many spin-offs of Asian dishes, especially Southeast Asian ones. In fact my group of girls actually prefer Asian food over Western, so this place was perfect haha. The ambience has a similar vibe to Supply and Demand, but more traces of Eastern elements. By the way they called it Rooftop Dining and we initially reserved an outdoor table, but we changed our minds due to the heat and to be honest, there wasn't much (nice)view to take in, the surrounding skyscrapers blocked most of the cityscape.   

Red color chopsticks that many Chinese homes use to have. But on second thought, the chopsticks reminded us of hawker centre LOL 

Hanging lightbulbs which resemble Supply and Demand

Some painted traditional Chinese wooden double doors behind us. 

I suppose most people here order alcoholic beverage as there wasn't much non-alcoholic drinks on the menu :( We settled for Iced Teas in Peach, Lychee and Passionfruit flavor (S$5.90 each). I have to say the teas had this bitter-pickery taste.  

Thai Basil Minced Pork Gyoza -- S$12
This is so gooooooood. Though I'm not sure whether it's worth it to pay almost 2.50 for one small gyoza, but gotta say the gyoza taste good and the sauce was the bomb. Love the sweet, tangy and spicy sauce, with my favorite aroma of lemongrass. We even dipped other food into the sauce haha. Finished one and immediately craved for more. Can you make a larger portion please?  

Cold Tofu with Century Egg and Minced Pork -- S$9
Interesting presentation, but the taste was just so-so. Still prefer Taiwan's ordinary restaurant or streetfood version. The century egg so little oni :( I remember having like one quarter of the century egg with one thin slice of tofu in Taiwan, which was just delicious.  

Lychee Martini Infused Sweet and Sour Pork -- S$ 13
Basically it's Gu Lou Yok. It is everything a Gu Lou Yok is, crunchy, sweer and sour, but we could't really catch the :lychee" in it. There's lychee fruit though, but seriously didn't understand the special part of lychee. It does taste good though, just abit disappointed due to our expectations. 

The Jakarta Post (Chicken) -- S$18
Favorite of the night hehe. It's basically, Rendang Spaghetti! I LOVE anything RENDANG, especially the delicious sauce with the heavenly mix of spices that has been the best companion to my nasi lemak. Now imagine having pasta that absorbs all the flavors. This dish is so good OMGGGGG mouthwatering now as I think back. But I would say this is a personal thing, not many people share my taste haha. 

Glutinous Rice with Roast Pork -- S$17
Not sure if the rice is suppose to be hard and abit too hard to chew, wasn't a big fan of this. It smells good though, just that I don't really like the hard, dry texture of glutinous rice. By the way, generous portion, I think this could be shared by two girls. 

Oriental Aglio Olio with Seafood -- S$24
Finally, pasta in Zi Char style. Why Zi Char, coz it's so greasy, which I thought was weird because usually I can take aglio olio well. Don't really like the greasy sensation and I suppose there wasn't enough 锅气 WokHei. But I do like the spicy flavor and fragrant aroma. Love the texture of both pastas too!  

Overall, still enjoyed the food and the ambience. Though the items are a little bit pricey, but at least they taste good. And if you like a view of Esplanade, the outdoor dining isn't a bad option after all, and apparently you can watch the F1 Race over here. 

Very Cliche to say this but: Awesome food with awesome companion. 

After that, we explored around the area and ended up at Esplanade. Bought a cake beforehand and we were looking for a place to savor the cake. Found this pretty little cafe called Suzette at Esplanade mall. But gotta say we were very paiseh, the cafe has like a wide range of cakes on shelf and we shamelessly brought our cake into the cafe haha. But the staff was nice enough to let us eat our own cake. We ordered coffee drinks instead. The cakes from the cafe look really good though, definitely gonna try it some day. And the ambience of this little cafe is so dreamy, pretty and cosy.

Yay a birthday cake and birthday song from you all!

One Table, 5 Chairs. All we need to chat like there's no tomorow haha.  

In case you are wondering what you can do at Marina Square's rooftop garden...
Photoshooting time. These are all #nofilter shots. Not bad right? But this spot/angle was the only place in the whole rooftop garden that is worth a photo LOL.

The East Bureau
Modern Pan Asian Restaurant & Bar
6 Raffles Boulevard
#03-03 (Rooftop Garden)
Marina Square
Singapore 039594
Website (Menu):

Esplanade Mall,
8 Raffles Avenue #01-13,
Singapore 039802

Mugging time starts...
this blog will be dead for at least another 3 weeks, can't wait to continue writing. Have so much more to share hehe. 

Sunday, November 06, 2016


Dedicating this post to the people who made my 23rd Birthday special.

Well I never think that friendship is only real when that person celebrates your birthday, but if they do, you do know that these people do care about you :)

To be plain honest, after four years, you kind of know who stays and who don't. I know it very well that I'm not a very nice person to deal with haha, so wasn't expecting much. On the other hand, I dread birthdays coz my parents will be asking me if there's anyone to celebrate with me and I always had a set of lies in my head to tell them or else it kills me when they start the "it's okay, you still have us" kind of talk. Grateful that I don't have to lie to them coz there's still people who do wanna make my day special woohoo. And many thanks to people who wished me even though I did not put my birth date on FB.

Living on earth for 23 years, not sure if there's any meaning to celebrate but it's a time where I really feel I've grown up. Not sure by how much, but I feel like I can finally accept the fact that I'm an independent adult. Last 2 years, I'm still like a whiney little kid, enjoying college life, outing till late night, join this join that, trying to live a happening and fulfilling life but beneath those was a fear of growing up, fear of the realistic world, fear of a life with uncertainties and the fact that I am going to be alone to face all these. But in the past year, I'm grateful that God has given me so much strength, showed me to awesome people, giving me great experiences. Of course it wasn't all smooth sailing, I've cried a few times, but the falls really do make me stronger and ultimately reminds you that nothing is too bad that you can't live with it. And to add on, I have a loving family who supports me, friends who sends their kind words and give you help when you need it. It's the last birthday in Uni, and graduation is coming soon, if there's any reason to be sad, I guess it will be saying goodbye to this bunch of friends T T Not sure if we're still gonna be as close as we are now, but I'll always treasure the memories we had, every joy you guys gave to me hehe... Thanks people!!

Early Birthday Dinner with the Wonder Girls @The East Bureau, will be doing a review with more photos soon. Great night out with the girls with Real Talk haha. 

It was a joint celebration with our prettiest mummy, who we both have the same birth month. Had a delicious Matcha Tiramisu Cake by Ma Mere Boulangarie@Marina Square. (Can't help but to notice I'm so bald)

In case you didn't notice, it's Off Shoulder kinda day. 

Few days later, this bunch surprised me again on my birthday. Thanks for spending the time to treat me coffee and cakes! Simple things to make me happy. This bunch has been with me for every birthday I had in NTU, feeling grateful to spend the last one with them too. Love you all long time. 

Followed by surprise visit from The Brow, I swear I really didn't expect you all to come (and hence the cui face). You guys must be so busy at this period. and they brought gift summore omgggg...Really appreciate it :) Great doing a short catch up with the bunch. Finals and Job Hunt jiayou arrr!!!!

The must-do, but we're missing Yeucian here :(

Also, special thanks to ShiYien and Kahhoe for the early surprise! Really got heart ler, thanks for taking the time :) Btw it's a MoonBall this year, a continuation from last two year's Pokedex Birthday Card haha. Moon Ball is for Jigglypuff LOL Kinda suit me don't you think, round and loves to sing :) 

Once again, thanks to the bunch and also people who wished me. Not sure what I can do for you guys, but I'm always hoping the best for you all. To my Uni friends especially, hope everyone prepare well for Finals and for the ones on job hunt, I really pray that everyone finds the perfect door to the future! To my granma, uncle, aunties and cousins in JB! Didn't forget you all lar, thanks for providing me a second home whenever I wanna escape Pulau NTU. Thanks for letting me Eat, Play, Sleep so well at your place haha. Really means a lot to a person who can't go home often :( 

And to my mom, it's your 受难日, thanks for tolerating this evil kid who always make you cry for 23 years. My dad, I know you don't say it, but thanks for pouring so much love and treating me like a princess through your actions. My brother, thanks for taking care of dad and mum while I'm away from home, and being the silently supportive figure on many little things, hope you realize your dreams soon! Just hope you three continue to stay healthy and be happy! 

Haizzz now wan see 背影 oso difficult...

Oh yeah, my way of celebrating 23rd hehe, uploaded a cover video for the first time! Can't say it's really a cover though, coz it's not a song that I can sing well haha, but more like just to use this song to share some motivational message to people around me. It's a song by Soda Green 苏打绿 named 你在烦恼什么 What's Trobuling You? Every line of the lyrics gave me so much motivation. I guess at 23, we are all entering a phase with lots of frustrations and challenges in life, just hope my friends can stay positive and live life with joy! 

From the song: 时间从来不回答,生命从来不喧哗, 就算只有片刻我也不害怕。
(Time passes without turning back, Life goes by without a sound. So do not fear if there's only one moment left.)

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Die die must go places in Taiwan 打死都要去的台湾景点

One year ago, I stepped foot on a land name Taiwan :D
Even until today, I still rave about every awesome moment that happened over there. Beautiful places, awesome people and of course, yummylicious food! I know I've been spending too much time talking about Taiwan over here, but sue me, I'm gonna do one more hahahahaha
Just can't seem to extinguish the "Taiwan ambassador" in me LOL

Well my juniors are now the ones going on exchange now and when they ask me where to go, I always feel super excited to share, so why not make a blog post out of it?
Here's the top 20 places that I think you die die must go if you are in Taiwan followed by a list of things to do in Taiwan. No matter if you're there for exchange or just a vacation, do keep these places in mind! Well I know there's a lot of similar posts out there, but here's my list based on my experience. :)

1. 50 shades of blue at Kending 垦丁
To be honest, I've only been to Malaysian beaches before going to Taiwan and so i have never seen any other type of landscape next to the ocean. Over here, it's amazing to see the waves hitting the steep cliffs, massive mountains surrounded by dark blue waters, super super blue skies. Love the scenery here. And not to forget the awesome water sports at South Bay.

2. Taroko National Park 太鲁阁
Another bizarre natural sight to me, super massive marble caves that look like they can just drown you any moment, with grey waters that streams down like a strong current. This is the place where you feel mother nature is more powerful than you think.

3. Alishan 阿里山森林公园
Oh another pretty sight for suagu like me who've never stepped out of Malaysia and thought every forest look like the tropical ones haha. Loving the nature here, the slim and tall trees, the mossy ground, the cool weather and of course the best part have to be the rustic railways.

4. Tamsui 淡水
The monuments of Taiwan's colonial era, I fell in love with the red brick buildings, how the place looks so western-ish but everything else is just very Taiwan. The food, the market, the people. The Tamsui Old Street is a great place to spend a day trip, enjoy awesome food and take a stroll along the Tamsui River. The Tamsui river ends at the Fishermen's Wharf which is quite a romantic place and there's a Lover's Bridge as well. If you love history, do check out Fort San Domingo and the British Consulate Building.


5. Cijin Island 旗津岛
Okay this and Tamsui are actually at the same rank. Why I love Cijin so much, it's because of the awesome views over here and the fact that I can cycle along the coastline and enjoy the wind beating against my face haha. And the best part is of course the mesmerizing sunset that never gets boring despite my 3 trips.

6. Qingjing 清境农场
Beautiful mountain landscape against the bright sun and blue skies in the background, the chilly weather makes it better. It's a place for a short getaway if you'd like some sunshine and nature. Not to forget there's friendly sheeps to greet you :D

7. Gaomei Wetlands 高美湿地
I remember I was just wearing a cardigan when I went there and the taxi driver was wishing me good luck. Crazy winds but it was worth enduring. Manage to catch the sunset over here. It's also known as the 天空之镜 - Mirror of the Sky, nuff said.

8. Chiayi City 嘉義市
Personally think this is the one city with the best food, every meal was awesome. Apart from that, the city is less crowded as compared to mainstream shopping districts like Ximending. I did a lot of my shopping over here. Do check out the area around Wenhua Night Market. Hinoki Village is also a beautiful place to hang out if you love Japanese culture or buildings.

9. Moonworld 月世界
This place seems to be underrated and I notice there's less foreign visitors over here. But this Geo-park is really so cool. Would never expect such place exist in Taiwan. It pretty much lives up to its name, barren earths with no signs of life, just like the moon. You can try visiting at night as well as they have special illuminations that make the Geo-park look like a sci-fi movie set.

10. Taipei Zoo 台北市立动物园
Ok this is a die die must go place. Not only just for the cute pandas, which you have to pay like what 50 ringgit to see in Malaysia, there's cute penguins, adorable red pandas and koala bears and loads of other animal friends. Did I mentioned I only paid 30TWD (student price)? Worth it or not you tell me?

Tuan Tuan 团团

so much swag from her back "Nope I ain't gonna turn around"

11. Jiufen 九份山城
When I first arrived at Jiufen, I was quite put off by the amount of people over there. It's just crowded, but the moment I stepped in and when the night falls, it's hard to not fall in love with this strange stretch of shops up along the mountain slope, the bright red lanterns lining the streets and once you are at the top, you'll be overlooking the beautifully lit city of Jiufen against the pacific ocean. And honestly, who doesn't wanna feel Spirited Away haha

Sue me for my lack of experience in visiting bookstores but Eslite Bookstore is just such an elegant premises to trigger the bookworm in you. If you're too tired from all the sightseeing or just wanna go out and do something simple, just find an Eslite Bookstore near you and read something that you're interested with. It's not a crime to browse and read the books without buying it, just go and find some interesting books that you like and stay in those pages for a few hours. I'm not a fan of books haha, so I've picked up some magazines and I read half of Beautiful Disaster (yes they do have English books) over there and was smiling to myself hahahahahaha (idiot me)

13. Tainan - Anping 台南安平
If you love to learn about history, this is the place to go. There's many historical buildings and monuments around the area, both from the Dutch and Japanese colonisation era. This is where you use the 成语 (chinese idiom) - 古色古香 haha


14. Chihsingtan 七星潭
Another beautiful beach in Taiwan. I swear Chihsingtan looks both dreamy and gloomy. You know like places that will come out from emo novels. Well maybe it's because of the weather, but I really do love how the powdery blue sky, grey waters and dark round stones on the beach forms a very...gloomy yet very calming picture. Aiya I wish I know better english to describe this.

15. Maokong 猫空
Well it's not like a die die must go lar, but if I ever get to visit with my parents, this is a place I will bring them. If they are not scared of heights, I'm gonna take them up via the Crystal Carriage Cable Car haha. Love the chilly weather and how the place has lots of cafes and tea houses for chillax time.

While in the cable car....

16. Shifen 十分
Well not Shifen in particular, but any of the town with the railways where you can experience lighting your own sky lantern 天灯. Another popular town is Pingxi 平溪which was the filming location in You are the Apple of My Eye 那些年我们一起追过的女孩. I didn't do light the lanterns though, guess I was put off by the amount of people doing the same thing haha. But it's still fun to observe.

17. Visit movie sets! 电影场景
Yes If you are a drama/movie fan like me haha. Don't miss the chance to check out the sets of many popular Taiwanese films.

Cafe Waiting Love 等一个人咖啡 - The actual cafe @Taipei

Cape No. 7 海角七号 - 阿嘉的家 Ah Jia's Home

Secret 不能说的秘密 - Aletheia University 真理大学姑娘楼

Well I guess this is one place to understand the religion while enjoying beautiful view.

19. Bopiliao Historical Area 剝皮寮历史街区
OOTD igers must visit. 

20. Jiangjunfu 将军府
Another super underrated place. It's just a restored Japanese house that is opened to visitors without admission charges. Do support them on their fundraising activity if you visit there. If you are a Insta person, go try their Kimono for TWD100 only and take as many photos at the Japanese style house! (that's the price last year at least). I'm really hoping they could get enough funds to restore the surrounding old Japanese houses.

Extra hehe...
Top 10 things to do or experience in Taiwan 
Spending four months in Taiwan wasn't exactly a long period but it was enough for me to have a taste of Taiwanese living. Personally think Taiwanese really do know how to enjoy life and have fun, and that's why there's the saying of 吃喝玩乐 which literally means Eat Drink Play Fun (EDPF). Here's 10 things you can do to embrace the value of EDPF

1. Breakfast 早餐
Definitely gotta embrace Taiwan's breakfast culture. So much to choose from. The more unique ones are definitely Egg Rolls 蛋饼 and Rice Rolls 饭团.

Breakfast Sandwiches in many forms. French, Danish, Hotdog, Burger etc 

2. Bubble Tea 珍珠奶茶
Don't leave Taiwan without bubble tea. Even if you are not a fan of milk tea, just go to one of the many beverage chainstores out there and try an iced oolong tea 乌龙茶 or iced black tea 红茶. I really think it taste very different from what we have here. If you have tried their milk tea, you will realize that they use fresh milk for milk tea, unlike what we have here which uses creamer most of the time. By the way Bubble Tea is truly a norm here, one neighborhood has like at least 8 bubble tea shops and dont even worry about whether the competition is bad, everyone has their fair share. Btw one of my friend told me that KOI is actually Taiwan's 50岚 omggggg

Tea Renaissance 茶艺复兴 @Sizihwan

HuaDa Milk Tea 桦达奶茶 @Yanchengpu

QQ Pearls Milk Tea (QQ蛋奶) @ Kending 垦丁 

3. Stinky Tofu 臭豆腐
I swear every stall's stinky tofu taste good. Way better than my favorite stall in Malaysia haha. Crunchy on the outside, but soft and fluffy on the inside, together with the spicy sauce and sour pickles. Oh and most important, they are so cheap!!! Goshhh, mouthwatering now.

4. Night Markets 夜市
Try going to one of the less touristy night markets to enjoy both food and fun. Usually the tourist night markets have more food stalls but what the locals really do at night market is both enjoying food and playing games at the arcade stalls. Remember what I said about EDPF?

5. Claw Machines 娃娃机
I guess this is the only country where Claw Machines are not cheating and you can really grab something back. Okay I admit I still got cheated 95% of the time, but the claw machines here comes in all sort of sizes and all sorts of prizes (plush toys, power banks, speakers)! It's difficult to stop myself from trying out haha.

6. Flower Fest 花海
Flower fest is happening all year round in Taiwan, in different province. Do make sure you check one out if you're like a suagu like me who hasn't bury herself in a sea of flowers before. One of the most popular flower fest would be 新社花海 Xinshe Flower fest in Taichung.

Qiaotou Flower Fest 桥头花海 @Kaohsiung 

7. Convenience Stores: 7-Eleven, Family Mart, Hi-Life 超商
Oh yeahhhhh almost every Malaysian who went Taiwan will rave about Taiwan's convenience stores. Like really, their definition of convenience is just a whole new level. Not only you have a wide range of ready-to-eat meals and drinks, you can buy train tickets and call taxis, buy brewed coffee, you can buy stockings and heat tech shirts. Best part is their stamp system where you can exchange really cool gifts!

Even their coffee cup gives the same vibe as Starbucks (in fact 7-11's owner owns starbucks) 

Family Mart Sandwich 

One quarter of the ready-to-eat selection at Family Mart

The stamp collection system: Before I left, they were giving out Frozen themed merchandise and I bagged 3 of these charms with Swarovski Crystals. Guess how much they cost? 50twd each for every 5 stamps :D 

8. Travel by Train and enjoy food 火车旅行
Personally think Traveling by train was a very pleasant experience, especially when you travel with numbered tickets. It never gets boring staring out the window, I guess train to Hualien was awesome as railway runs parallel to the coastline.

Taichung Train Station 台中车站

Complete the experience with the Railway Bento

9. Newyear Countdown! 跨年
This is really a one-time thing for me, but damn you really gotta experience it. I attended the countdown concert in Taipei, awesome music and there was Taiwanese pop diva A-mei omggggggg It was like her concert seriously. And as if that's not good enough, the fireworks show at 101 continues to impress. So pretty and it's like this moment of "sparking the new year", feeling so motivated and positive haha.

Taipei 101 Fireworks 台北101跨年烟花秀

10. Ride a Bike and explore places 骑自行车
Definitely gotta do this. Taiwan is quite a cyclist friendly country. Bikes are pretty cheap for rental and there's special rental pods like U-Bike. But it gets quite scary if you're on a main road without cyclist lane. Personally find cycling in Cijin and Hualien was awesome. Cycling is really just getting the best of both worlds of taking in scenery and just going to wherever you want.

Fisherman's Wharf 渔人码头

Cycling Path at Hualien. Favorite cycling course, there's nothing urban within 2km radius, just bushes and trees and you seriously don't know where the winding road leads to.

Phew...that's me sharing my favorite places and things to do in Taiwan! I apologize that the photos may not be superb but they are all photographed by me or my friends during my trip and hence this piece is really all my genuine thoughts and opinion. I know I still have lots of places to explore in Taiwan, but for now, these are the places that I really recommend. Let me know what you think too and share in the comments if you have any other die-die-must-go places :)

For the full list of the places I have been to, please click the tab on top "Taiwan #carmenxtw" or just head to this link:

*side note: I have began writing this since August haha, took me 2 months to fine tune my choices of places to go. Really 呕心沥血之作ok!!*

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