Fun Taipei: Why your next holiday should be in Taiwan

Taipei, and basically the whole Taiwan is worth putting on any traveller's bucket list. If you're a foodie, it's all the more reason to visit Taiwan. In partnership with China Airlines, Taiwan tourism board showcased Taiwan's highlights including two-starred Michelin Chef Andre Chiang at a press conference in Singapore. Some of my favourite snacks in Taiwan are the pineapple cakes and we even got to sample some. So if you're like me and pineapple cakes are enough to tempt you

A Malaysian Foodie's Guide to Taiwan

Taiwan is well-known for its night markets and iconic street food. After spending 12 full days on the island, I can totally understand why foodies would go crazy here. I told myself I wouldn't eat a lot - that was a massive lie. Here are all of the night markets I visited in Taiwan and what I ate: 1. Qidu Night Market This night market is just a small road with about 20 stalls. It's located in Qidu District, around Keelung area in Taipei. If you're planning on visiting Jiufen