Taiwan Travel – Final day in Taipei + Answering some questions





In this final episode from Taiwan I start by answering some of your questions. Unfortunately I started to catch a cold which limited my wandering plans for this day. However I enjoyed this day as I stumbled at a few interesting things like the Korean restaurant and also the gaming and electronics mall. I you haven’t already done so, please check out my Taiwan playlist for more of my adventures in this wonderful land.

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3 Replies to “Taiwan Travel – Final day in Taipei + Answering some questions”

  1. Cydney X

    Hyro, for people who might not have visited Taipei in 20 years or so, they would be surprised at how much there is to do now. There was always shopping, open markets, LOTS of jewelry, lots of jade carving, etc., but not very much to do otherwise. I think that is why I was given such long tours around the countryside, lol. The restaurants were always good, but usually expensive. Nothing self service, ever. And good English speakers were rare in Taipei tourism. Inside international business offices, English was spoken fluently by all Taiwanese. I am really enjoying your videos!!

  2. Mark Yang

    Just happened to know you have been traveling in Taiwan in past a month, and you didn't spare some time to visit Taroko National Park and east coast!? You have to spend few days to explore the beauty of mountains and coast on your next visit to Taiwan.

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