The oldest city in Taiwan…


After Taichung in July, mon bébé visted Tainan last week. This time, mon bébé took Taiwan High Speed Rail for the trip. At the speed of 300km/h, we arrived at Tainan when mon bébé just woken from his big nap.

Here are some spots we visited in this oldest city of Taiwan.

– Chihkan Tower, built by the Dutch in 1653.

– A japanese dinner gathering with Auntie Niki and Zoé.

– Confucian Temple, also called the Scholarly Temple, built in 1665.

– Du Hsiao Yueh, the best-known Tainan Dan-tsu noodles.

Fashion tips: Striped t-shirt and grey shorts are both local brands – made in Taiwan. 



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