If you’re feeling a little richer from collecting ang bao money, check out these 3 places which are open throughout the entire Chinese New Year!
Located on the 65th floor, you will notice the dynamism of Hanoi at one glance. Grab a coffee, and head to the skywalk platform to admire the view!
From aboriginal cuisines to those of mainland China and of course, popular Taiwanese street snacks, Dongdamen Night Market will satisfy all palates!
There’s nothing better than munching on addictive snacks during Chinese New Year while catching up with friends and relatives!
Both Qixingtan and Qingshui Cliff never cease to amaze us. You definitely have to check them out if you are an ocean lover!
Feast to your heart’s content at Feng Jia Night Market in Taichung! You can shop, or hang out at the arcade after filling your stomachs!
Head to Wang Gao Liao Park for breathtaking views of the entire Taichung city, Qingshui, Wuqi, and other coastal towns of Taichung County!
Exploring the old streets of Taiwan is a wonderful way to learn about the local culture. Do try the traditional cuisines which you will never get elsewhere.
From pristine beaches to ancient monuments to rice fields, there are so many things to discover in Bali, so we’ve narrowed the list down to 7 spots!