The oldest city in Taiwan…

12/08/2012

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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