Taiwanese indigenous expressed in many ways by aborigines, including the incorporation of elements of their culture into commercially successful pop music.
If you go to Yilan, one of the spots is the Mr Brown Coffee castle.
Mr Brown Coffee castle.is located on the hillside, below the Coffee is the Wushi Port, where you can go whale watching and look at Guishan Island. The blue sky, white clouds and sea water was quite pleasant.
You can see the big windmill before entering the castle, feels like that you are in the European manor. There are three floors in the Mr Brown Coffee castle. Each floor was decorated liked the exotic castle: the first floor is an ordering and dining area, the most famous is the oak barrel, the dining area on the second floor is better, and many people are dining in the second floor. You can see the scenery outside. The top floor is an alfresco dining area with a wide view.
Mr Brown Coffee castle provide breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. The most famous is coffee.It so nice to be here, seeing the scenery and relaxing with coffee in this castle.
Let’s go to day trip with mountain and ocean.
Departing from Taipei Station, in the morning, there are many people in the convenience stores. If you want to buy breakfast first, the early bird catches the worm.
Mr.Sung has the schedule to must –go attraction in Taipei, he will be happy to show guys.
When you arrive in Taiwan in the middle night or early morning, were you still worried about how to get to the hotel?
Jiufen Mountain City，famous by the movie named A City of Sadness.
Every traveller will list Jiufen as a must-see attraction, many Taiwanese, Japanese, people from Hong Kong and China want to go. You will experience the beauty of this mountain city when you come to Taiwan.
Speaking about Ita Thao, people never forget the snacks on the shopping streets. And, there is a beautiful legend about Ita Thao, named the deer chasing.
Night markets in Taiwan are street markets in Taiwan that operate in urban or suburban areas. They are similar to those in areas inhabited by ethnic Han, such as Southeast Asia. A few, such as Huaxi Street Tourist Night Market, (or Snake Alley) utilize purpose-built marketplaces but most occupy either sidewalks (pavements) adjacent to streets or entire streets that are normal thoroughfares by day. Some night markets in smaller side streets or lanes feature retractable roofs. Most of the markets operate daily and feature a mixture of individual stalls hawking clothing, consumer goods, xiaochi (similar to snacks or fast food), and specialty drinks. The atmosphere is usually crowded and noisy with hawkers shouting and fast-paced music playing over loudspeakers. Taiwan Night Markets changed from small local gatherings to noisy streets lined up with vendors. These vendors have to adhere to some laws set by the Taiwanese Government. There are vendors selling food in some of the most famous Night Markets all around Taiwan. There are many night markets in Taiwan.