18 Jun Capturing Lovestory in Taipei
Yehliu Geological Park
Yehliu Geological Park is prone to erosion from a combination of seawater, wave, and wind forces. A number of its rock formations have been given imaginative names based on their shapes such as Fairy’s Shoe, Mushroom Rock, Japanese Geisha, Candle Rock, etc. The most famous is the ͞The Queen’s Head.
The 1km stretch of coastline boasts fine white sand beach with clear blue water. The beach is backed by a hill which is popular with hand gliders who come for the advantage of strong winds coming off the sea. Western end of the bay has a gravel beach named Linshanbi, both famous for its volcanic rock formations and hiking trails.
JiuFen Old Street
The quaint streets, tea houses and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean saved it from becoming yet another anonymous mining ghost town. Jiufen is now a popular tourist destination for Taipeites eager to relive scenes from the past.
You muse heard that there is a black forest in Germany, but do u know that Taiwan also have a black forest too? The forest located in Yangmingshan, which is unique and full of mystery. A famous place for couples to take pre-wedding shoot!
YangMingShan Hydrangea Blossoms
Colorful Hydrangea Blossoms adorn Yangmingshan National Park with various shades of blue, purple, pink and white. The beauty that God has created with these Hydrangea Bushes brings joy to many. Hope you enjoy this Hydrangea Picture!
National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is a Taiwanese national monument, landmark and tourist attraction erected in memory of Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. At night, the beautiful lighting make the memorial hall become a nice view!
Xinyi District Area
Xinyi is the modern financial district of Taipei and home to the Taipei 101, the World Trade Center and the International Convention Center. It is the newest part of the city with many shopping malls and entertainment venues.