A few minutes away from Taipei via the metro, Beitou lies on the hilly side of of the north western part of Taipei. The district is a charming part of this beautiful city and I'd say one of the best places
This post is about a MRT station in Taipei yes just a station but it's worthy to be mentioned on a separate post because of it's noteworthy architecture, this is the XinBeitou Station.
Ahhh.... yes I found love with books in Taiwan! The Taiwanese people are really into books as much they are into coffee.
They give importance to books and in Taiwan libraries are living and breathing
This is the last part of my travel video on my trip to Taiwan. This has been truly memorable and I hope that I could do another country again this year. So from the bottom of my heart thank you so much
The second part of my trip to Taiwan. Again, as usual I got lost over and over... but hey that makes it fun!
This video includes the following:
How to get take the Taipei MRT
Long before the Chinese migration and the Japanese colonization of the island, Taiwan was first inhabited by Austronesian immigrants who traveled the seas of southeast Asia and discovered Taiwan formerly
Early during this century the Taiwan government opened a public hot springs resort in Beitou. The entrance fee is affordable about NT$40 for the general public to enjoy this gift of nature.
On it's opening
During the Japanese occupation one of the best things that they gave to Taiwan (in my opinion) is the Hot Springs culture that a lot of people enjoy now-a-days. Through time Taiwan's adapted to this culture
It is the hottest part of Beitou (北投) that you can access, some call it Sulfur Valley, Hell Valley but it is much more popularly and is officially called as Beitou Thermal Valley (北投 地热谷).
Lung Nai Tang is Taipei's first and probably the only remaining Japanese style public bath in Beitou. When Japan occupied the island they also imparted to the people their Onsen culture but of course