Spend your weekend at The Kitchen Table’s Bubblissimo Sparkling international brunch buffet at the W Hotel Taipei. All-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink!
Morton’s Steakhouse in Taipei offers the best Happy Hour deal in town with THE BEST view of the city from 5pm to 7pm from Monday to Friday.
If there’s one thing you should see when you are visiting Taiwan in February and March, it’s the Yangmingshan Flower Festival. There’s no need to go to Japan to see the cherry blossoms when you can view them from Taipei’s backyard.
VA VA VOOM Taipei is an art gallery and a Modern European Restaurant in Taipei located just outside Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Station. Fantastic food and cocktails, gracious and kind hosts, and one of the most beautiful restaurants I’ve ever been to in Taipei. (LET ME MOVE IN!)
Kevin Tattoo/UNITED TATTOO is famous for tattoos in Taipei. My artist’s name is Adrian. He works at UNITED TATTOO and specializes in watercolor tattoos.
NAKEDFOOD Taipei is a raw food and wine restaurant. Their food philosophy: A healthy life should be artful, but also full of flavor and satisfaction.
Tom Rook is a British artist living in Taipei. ‘Dragonflies’ is a finalist for the International Artist Grand Price at Art Revolution Taipei. Tom creates mostly in pencil, pen, and ink. His drawings of cities in Taiwan and from his homeland are utterly unique.
Finding joy in the aftermath of incurable illness has been very hard, but I am still a global citizen of the world, and I have much to offer readers that are interested in expat life and teaching abroad, and in regards to living with chronic illness.
Taiwan’s tourism hotspots are finally getting the recognition they deserve. Taroko Gorge…Yilan. What? Yes,
Yilan is magic and Yilan is off the tourist map.
My struggle with the severe and debilitating symptoms of Fibromyalgia in Taiwan as a Canadian expat.