With it being my last day in Taichung before heading back to the states, I wanted to go to one last tourist spot, but preferably one that was close enough to walk to. Enter Tunghai Arts Street. With it being a 20 minute walk from T-Life Hostel there wasn’t much of a hassle getting there. What I read about the street as I was walking dated the street back to 1980’s, but featured a a look into Taiwan’s historic look and feel. Continue reading
When we left London to travel for three months, our feline family member stayed behind. He probably doesn’t miss me, but I miss him. Which was why I was happy to discover that Taichung is full of cats (dogs too, but that doesn’t excite me as much). Continue reading
Aux abords de la ville de Taichung, il y a une chouette ballade à faire en famille. Il vous faudra donner un petit billet pour y entrer cependant pour une journée entière je pense que ça en vaut la peine. Les kilomètres de chemins bétonnés ou forestiers sont bien balisés et vous permettront de découvrir la faune et la flore de Taïwan.
Dakeng is an area of steep hills and mountains on the eastern side of Taichung which consists of ten different hiking trails! If you’re looking to get out of the city and immerse yourself in nature this is a great place to go to, but make sure your legs are ready for some steep climbing! Depending on which trail you choose, the level of difficulty will vary and at times can be a bit dangerous; with large gaps in between the log staircases you’ll need to be careful while using the handrails/ropes to support yourself. Continue reading
Woaa Seriously, one of the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen. This is a place I highly recommend to go if you visit Taichung! The sunset view is really breathtaking. <3 Continue reading