It’s Day 3 in Taipei and what better way to celebrate clear skies than to check out the amazing views of the Taipei Skyline from Taipei 101 and Elephant Mountain! We also continued our Taiwanese Food Journey by checking the ever cute Rilakkuma Cafe and Raohe Street Night Market..
TAIPEI, TAIWAN TRAVEL VLOG/GUIDE: RILAKKUMA CAFE, TAIPEI 101, ELEPHANT MOUNTAIN + RAOHE STREET NIGHT MARKET | EPISODE 2
1. Rilakkuma Cafe Taipei (Theme Restaurant/Cafe)
2. Zhongshan Park (views of Taipei 101 from ground)
3. Taipei 101 (views from the 89th floor, once the World’s Tallest Building)
4. The Best Fried Chicken in Taiwan (J&G 1973)
5. Xiangshang Hiking Trail / Elephant Mountain (the best views at sunset of the Taipei Skyline)
6. Rainbow Bridge
7. Raohe Street Night Market (Taiwanese Street Food Tour)
Don’t forget to check out Episodes 1, 3 and 4 of my Taipei Trip!
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