The Shangri-La Far Eastern Plaza in Tainan is outstanding. There are several restaurants in the hotel all of which provide outstanding cuisine with a wide range of choices and options. Something to meet everyone's palette. Also, there is a shopping mall connected to the hotel as well as walking distance to hundreds of local shops and stores. Go see for yourself. Enjoy!
The town of Jiufen was founded during the Japanese Occupation. It wasn't until gold was discovered in the mountains surrounding the town that the Jiufen developed into a busy area. Nowadays, Jiufen is a tourist destination where visitors can still see many of the remnants of Japanese architecture. Due to its location on the side of a mountain, the views of the ocean below are spectacular. Visitors can wander the tiny alleys fulls of vendors selling great foods and Taiwanese crafts. The Keelung Night Market is just a 7-minute walk from the Keelung train station and it is not to be missed. It is arguably one of the most famous and even best night markets in the country. The Keelung Night Market is famous for its seafood. The milk crab and stirred fried king crab legs are popular. It’s hard to find these dishes at other markets.
Taiwan has a truly unique natural beauty. The subtropical volcanic island is more than 70% towering, jagged mountains that in some places rise nearly straight out of the Pacific Ocean. Volcanic activity has created numerous hot springs and cavernous lava rock coastlines in Taiwan. Sandstone protrusions on the northern and southern tips have been whipped by the wind into beautiful and surreal landscapes. Taiwan is home to many natural spectacles that can’t be found together anywhere else.
Shilin (Shihlin) Night Market is a night market in the Shilin District of Taipei, Taiwan, and is often considered to be the largest and most famous night market in the city. The night market encompasses two distinct sections sharing a symbiotic relationship: a section formerly housed in the old Shilin Market building, containing mostly food vendors and small restaurants; and the surrounding businesses and shops selling other nonfood items.
One of the most popular night markets in Taipei City is the Raohe St. Night Market. During every weekend and holiday, the famous Raohe St. Night Market is often filled with crowds of tourists and local Taipei citizens.In Taiwan, night markets are well embedded in the lives of Taiwanese people. During their leisure time, Taiwanese people enjoy spending their time at night markets, where there is a variety of local food available as well as a wide array of fashionable stores to shop from. Bargaining for something you like made an exciting shopping experience at Raohe St. Night Market. The most special feature here is the variety of local snacks, including pork feet noodle string, beef noodle soup, herbal stew of ribs, bubble tea, etc. You may also enjoy some exotic food, such as Aladdin’s India and Pakistani cuisines at the Raohe St. Night Market.