Villa 32

No.32 Zhongshan Road, Beitou, Taipei, 112, Taiwan
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Lunar New Year in Taipei

by zephry88

My friend and I are planning to visit Taipei during the Lunar New Year i.e. 14 Feb - 19 Feb. Any advice on what to do and where to go during this festive season?

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by nuttyazn

Hi,
14th being the first day of CNY should be quiet except in the Xinyi area, (Lots of people walking about in the evening last year)
From the 15th onwards many places and stores etc will start opening up so you won't really miss too much.
I'll let you know again when there is more details posted in the Newspapers.
What do you like to see and do??Travel during that period out of Taipei will be difficult i.e. trains and Bus tickets will already be sold out for reserverd seating.
You can still visit places like Yeliou,Jioufen, Keelung using public transport.

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by zephry88

thanks for your reply! would like to ask if Shilin night market will be opened? my friend and i don't mind doing sight-seeing for the first 2 days since probably not shops will be opened. will do some shopping towards the end of our trip i.e. 17/18 Feb

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by nuttyazn

Hi
Quite a few of the places in Shihlin will definitely be open as many people now a days would like to get their hands on all that "Hong Bao" money people are dying to spend :):)
You can take Day trips to Yeliou,Jiuofen,Keelung for Scenery and food by Public bus.
This can give you a guide of sorts on how to go about Taipei and the Northern area:
http://crazyazn.webs.com/6days5nights.htm

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by zephry88

Hi there! Counting down to spend Lunar Chinese New Year in Taipei! How's the weather lately in Taipei? Cold? Warm?

So there's no way we can go Taichung during this period by train huh?

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by nuttyazn

Hi
You can still try as they put up many additional trains for the season. Also, There are many buses plying the route from the Taipei bus station behind the Taipei Main Station To Taichung.

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by zephry88

Any idea how to get from Taipei to Sun Moon Lake? How long will it be? Can we book a day tour once we reach Sun Moon Lake?

Sorry... been asking a lot of questions.

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by nuttyazn

Hi
I posted some details here:
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-500369-1-1-Travel-0-0-A_li_shan-discussion.html

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by doloppost

Hi there, I am now on CNY in Taipei and tommorrow we'd want to see a dragondance. Now I am searching all over the internet but can't find any information! Would you know where we could go on my e-mail doloppost@gmail.com?
Big BIG thanks in advance & Happy newyear!
Thomas / Mario / Bob

Re: Lunar New Year in Taipei

by nuttyazn

Hi
Sorry, I just got back home(12.54am 15th Feb)
Last year I was at the Longshan temple for the Dragon Dance about noon. I don't know if they have anything scheduled this year. This is at the Longshan Temple MRT Stop

Travel Tips for Taipei

< Alone.. >

by mr_dreamer

the boat out of from the port ,it with me almost worked together and taked one and a half years..
sometimes i really felt alone ..as a small boat must be ups and downs on the sea day by day,out of prosperous city, out of my past modern living experience.. be a soldier for responsibilities and duties ...around 600 days..

Chungcheng Park

by keeweechic

Up on a hill on the side of Ta Sha Wan Shan, you will find Chungcheng Park where you can get panoramic views of the harbour and Keelung City. Originally this three level park was called Kang Park. On the first level you will find a historic cannon fort and on the second is Chu Pu Tan Temple, Chung Lieh Temple and Buddhist library.

Location : Ta Sha Wan Shan, East of Keelung City

Singing @ noght

by THLIN about Cashbox & Holidays

What most Taipei young generations do is to sing in a karaoke. In one of the most popular thing to do here. In these places, they offer up-to-date Chinese songs among Asia Pacific region, however, they do have English
ones to offer, but in comparison of the formers, I think the former ones are more enjoyable and more in quality and quantity.
What's more, singing all night long with buffet serving only cost you less than US$10 . Or you can choose to have good meal, which also cost you less than US$10, and you enjoy whole night through as well.
But be sure to choose legel karaokes, because there were many quarrels in illegel ones before, and caused some unwanted results. Casual, because you are singing with your companions in a private room, so don't worry about your lousy voice. (That's based on my personal experience. )

MRT systemTaipei has quickly...

by Dophinfly

MRT system
Taipei has quickly public transportation . You can get everywhere by bus and metro . it is still building new lines ... It is cheap and quick way to take you visiting around Taipei .Clich here for more info Taipei TRTC and Metro Map in Taipei

How to eat Biscuit in Taiwan

by ngcsc about Da Ping Bao Xiao Ping (Big biscuit wrapping small)

It is a stall in Shilin Night, not sure it is the only one or there are many, but I found it very tasty. This stall is just at the main entrance. They use the pan biscuit (just like Mexico Tortilla) wrap over the crispy small bicuit, smash the crispy biscuit into small pieces, add in fruit jam as the flavour you requested.

It has fuuny but good taste, believe me, you will love it.

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