Neiwan, Taiwan Part II

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#1 Neiwan Train Station. From Taipei Main Station, we took the train to Hsinchu and then take the Neiwan Branch Line to Neiwan.
Logistic information here.
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#2 Neiwan is a Hakka village that retains a strong Japanese influences from the Japanese occupation era. It is also known as
the “city of cherry blossoms” where the vivid pink flowers come into full bloom in spring.
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#3 We stayed at Xing Guang Bed & Breakfast (NT 1600 per night)


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#4 view from our B&B
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#5 beautiful flowers
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#6 neiwan village
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#7
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#8 free breakfast FTW!
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#9 nice place to hang out
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#10 a typical Taiwanese breakfast
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#11 kampungboy <3
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#12 our B&B
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#13 railway
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#14 Guangji Temple
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#15 cute road signs
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#16 neiwan streets
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#17 very old school
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#18 fresh baos
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#19 first stop – purple jade vege buns
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#20 a myriad of colors!
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#21 tastes so good!
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#22 another stall selling black sugar pancake
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#23
black sugar pancake
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#24 streets decorated with
Liu Hsing-ching (劉興欽)’s cartoon character.
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#25 yours truly
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#26 w
Ginger Lily Rice Tamales
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#27 hakka women are great cooks
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#28 dumplings
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#29 another character drawn by
cartoonist Liu Hsing-ching (劉興欽)
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#30 cute pup
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#31 we made friend with the lady the night before
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#32 childhood memories
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#33
Neiwan Theater Hakka Restaurant
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#34 post box
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#35 old movie posters
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#36 do nothing
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#37 do nothing again
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#38 mochi!!
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#39 ban cute
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#40 cute ice cream stall
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#41 mooooooo
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#42 taiwanese sausage!
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#43 infused with gao liang alcohol
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#44 yum yum
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#45
Youluo River
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#46
Neiwan Suspension Bridge
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#47 ban cute
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#48 the end :)

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Comments

  1. ai wei says:

    these photos are telling me stories :)
    .-= ai wei´s last blog ..Ramadhan Santapan Buffet @ The Living Room- Westin KL =-.

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  2. wyyv says:

    Nice trip there with beautiful pictures^^

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  3. squall says:

    i miss Taiwan so much…miss their mochi, sausage…

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    me 2 :(

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  4. jason says:

    Cute doggie and the “por por” statue :p

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hahaha yeah!! miss the place

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  5. cariso says:

    The zi yu cai bao looks very unique! Never see this in Malaysia, do you?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    ya lo its similar to our ang ku kueh

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  6. AlienTYC says:

    Neiwan looks like a relaxing laid back place to visit in Taiwan.
    .-= AlienTYC´s last blog ..A visit to Chaozhou- Shantou in China part 1 =-.

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  7. JD says:

    Is this a new trip? Or a continuation from the previous trip?
    .-= JD´s last blog ..Original Taiwan Pearl Tea @ Chatime- Pavilion =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    continuation la. no $$ d :D

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  8. Dot says:

    I love food as much too! Really great blog, interesting and enlightening posts :)

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi nice to meet u

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  9. J2Kfm says:

    ban cute?!!! Hahaha … for a while there, I was thinking of the English word of ban. :)

    Great recap, I am sure you had fun posting the pics up as much as us viewing them from here.
    .-= J2Kfm´s last blog ..Purple Cane Tea House @ Osborne Street- Ipoh – Where the old Foh San was =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    haha cuteness shouldn’t be banned! lol

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  10. taufulou says:

    ahhh..this was the place i suggested to go for my friends..too bad they cancel it because its too far..:(

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