Thursday, December 30, 2010

Wulai Hot Springs, Taiwan.

This will be the last post for my Taiwan trip. Wulai is a small town located at the south of Taipei, a place with natural hot springs where you can enjoy and relax yourself. There are public outdoor hot springs as well as private hot springs in the resorts there at Wulai.


The little Wulai town, weather is a bit cooler here compared to Taipei city.


This is why MissyXS never wanted to go to the public one although she has to pay for the private one.


The one we went for. Feel like soaking in the warm warm water right now.


Clear, odourless hot water from the hot springs. Didnt manage to take photos of the indoor hot springs cause we were not allowed to.


The hot spring resort.


Went to the Wulai old street to have some snacks after the relaxing session.


And we found Wildboar sausages which are very very delicious. Dont think you can find them here in Malaysia.


Wulai river.


Took the tiny tourist tram up to see the waterfall.



And up at the waterfall area, there's this restaurant which serves quite good food. Plus you can enjoy the beautiful waterfall scenery while eating. It is even better to go there in January because there will be cherry blossoms all along the street beside the waterfall. Romantic.


Bamboo rice, like the lemang here. You get to knock it open yourself.


That's the end for Wulai.

The next day is just a shopping day so not many pictures. Got to eat Cheesebaked NiuRouFan before heading to Hong Kong tho.


NIUROUFAN.

The end. Will definitely visit Taiwan again for more more more SHOPPING.

2 comments:

amartxa said...

Where in the heck did you get cheesebaked niuroufan?!!

JesslynnC said...

It was in a small restaurant along the underground mall of Taipei Main Station. :) Can't remember what's the name of the restaurant tho. Sorry.

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