So the family came back from a week-long trip to Taiwan during the September school holidays. It was refreshing and I must say that I personally enjoyed the trip. We didn’t have a very full itinerary, preferring to have pockets of time for the kids and the adults to rest. After all, it was supposed to be a vacation in which the family could bond and rest before the start of another school term.
I have always loved Taiwan, having been there thrice. Over the past few years, we have also befriended Taiwanese friends and their hospitality, genuine love for friends and lovable personalities continue to impress me. I have also heard that Taiwan is a great place to bring the kids to have fun so the decision to have a holiday there as a family is an easy one.
I have penned down our memories of our trip on Dayre and won’t be updating much here (I don’t have the capacity to do that currently!). So here goes!
We reached Taoyuan airport in the evening after an uneventful flight. Our adventure was about to begin! Read more here.
Day 2 of our trip saw us spending time at Leofoo Resort. I love this place! So much to do and experience!
We spent the morning at Leofoo Resort where Faith had the opportunity to feed the lemurs; she loved it! We adjourned to our next destination – Flying Cow Ranch – after having lunch and stinky toufu (yay!). Read more here.
Day 4. Departed from Flying Cow Ranch and started our mountainous ride up to CingJing.
I love this day and technically, you could just move on to another place by mid afternoon but we decided to stay in CingJing for another night. No rush. Just enjoy.
This day saw us heading back to Taipei City. We spent some time at Sun Moon Lake and I must say the highlight was our short rest at Lavender Cottage. Everything here was just so kawaii. Recommended.
This was us at Taipei 101. A family that travels together stays together (hehe). There is so much more to explore in Taiwan. The food’s awesome and the people are so hospitable. I truly love TW! Maybe we should make this destination a yearly one. ;p