Jui-feng Travel Guide

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    A city of Sadness
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Jui-feng Things to Do

  • Coffee Break

    In Jiu Fen, it is easy to get a tea house for a time break, but hardly see any coffee house.Babka Coffee House is a great Cafe right at the end of old street. The white color building can never miss. Having a cup of coffee in the beautiful Jiu Fen is a great experience.

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  • Oldest cinema in North Taiwan

    Being the oldest cinema in North Taiwan, Sheng Ping Cinema is the most popular photographic scene in Jiu Feng. Although the cinema is no longer operating, but it was the only entertainment for people stayed in Jiu Feng

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Jui-feng Restaurants

  • Storyin Jioufen

    ( Mont st. Michel ) + ( Monte-Carlo ) = Jiou-fenafter the film : A CITY OF SADNESS , Jiou-fen become a little bit ugly because of those increasing new/business only/ugly shops.This "The City of the Sky Tea house" is a 4 floor old building with red stone.my favorite tea room/ cafe shop in Jiou-fen.good viewgood taste ( nice interior design & drink &...

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  • Taiwanese Markets

    Try the hot noodles and beef, after you can have the shaved ice or sweet coloured balls for dessert. Taiwanese also like peanuts sprinked on various dishes.

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  • Yam Dessert

    In the foggy Jiu Fen, it is so nice to have a bowl yam dessert -- "O Ei". The dessert is making by yam and flour, cook with ginger soup... It is great to have under the cold weather.

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Jui-feng Transportation

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    by ngcsc Written May 8, 2005

    Instead of going by bus from Taipei, travellers can also take the chance to enjoy the railway experience from Taipei to RuiFang.

    Since there is no train directly to Jiu Fen, the passenger has to change bus at the station opposite Rui Fang railway station.

    In front of RuiFang railway station

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Jui-feng Shopping

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    by deeper_blue Written Oct 3, 2008

    Jiufen has a healthy number of market stalls, a mixture of food and souvenirs. The streets wind around in a mini maze and have a wide variety of local produce.

    What to buy: noodles and soup. wooden sculptures

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Jui-feng Tourist Traps

  • Wherever 7-Eleven is there

    This is the "Gu Dao" at Jiu Fen, where the old street of the old Jiu Fen Town. However, you might see it is not so old and cater for the tourist. For those who don't really like the tourist spot, you will find it very commercialize. In Taiwan, there is a very good landmark.... wherever you see a 7-Eleven, it is consider a developed area or tourist...

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  • Where to drop off?

    For those who are taking a bus to Jiu Fen, you might see a station called "Jiu Feng" along your way. Don't drop off at this station, or you'll end up at down hill, walking tirely up to the hill top. Drop off at the "Gu Dao" (Old Street) station, 2 station away from Jiu Feng station. You are on the hill top and the entrance of the popular spot.

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Jui-feng Off The Beaten Path

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    by ngcsc Written Jul 23, 2005

    To understand more about Jiu Fen, "A city of sadness" is a must watch movie.

    The Hou Hsiao-hsien film has brought Jiu Fen to be the most popular travel spot in Taiwan. As the story attacted judges in Venice Film Festival, it won the director a golden lion award.

    If you never watch the movie, you will never love the beauty of Jiu Fen

    A city of Sadness

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