Places to Visit in Taipei + The Wow Taiwan Exhibit in Manila

Taiwan extended visa-free entry until July 31, 2020 so many Filipinos can still visit and discover the country. Remembering my first trip to Taipei, Taiwan sometime in November of 2018. Our 7 days itinerary in Taiwan gave us the chance to visit major tourist spots in Taipei and day tours outside city such as the Pingling tea plantation, Jiufen, and the Nanya Rock Formation.

Chiang Kai Shek Memorial
Despite the frequent rain shower and cold weather, still we were able to visit the famous Chiang Kai Shek Memorial, a lot of historical sites and landmarks including various temples in Taipei. Thanks to Free Walking Tour in Taipei, it was insightful and interesting.

Chiang Kai Shek Memorial
Chiang Kai Shek Memorial

North Gate and Old Walled City
North Gate and Old Walled City

City God Temple of Taipei City
City God Temple of Taipei City

Longshan Temple
Longshan Temple

SongShan Ciyou Temple
SongShan Ciyou Temple

Food is another must-try when in Taiwan. We enjoyed Taiwan's street food and milk tea from different shops. One of my favorites is the Taiwanese misua served with black sauce. In this photo below is an old ice cream shop which was part of the Cultural Heritage Tour lead by Free Walking Tour.


Taiwanese Traditional Ice Cream
Taiwanese Traditional Ice Cream


The Wow Taiwan Exhibit in Manila


Taiwanese brands were featured yesterday in the exhibition were XYZprinting Inc., Brinno Incorporation, HiMirror Mini, Master Mi, Carnation, Yumark, FECA, Kid2Youth, Washcan, Jye Li An, Bung Cheng, Shuter Enterprise Co., Ltd., H&J Food, and Chung-Hsiang Foods.

Wow Taiwan Exhibit in Manila
Master Mi for kids

Dubbed "Wow Taiwan!", the exhibit showcased the best of Taiwanese products held at the City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati. The exhibit was brought to the Philippines by Taiwan's Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs (BOFT-MOEA) and Commerce Development Research Institute (CDRI) in partnership with CRIF Asia, with the goal of bringing Taiwan's leading enterprises to the country.

Wow Taiwan Exhibit in Manila
FECA Suction Hooks

Taiwanese food, cosmetics, technology, fashion, and modern household products were showcased earlier at the event. Director Chang Wen Chong, Director of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines explained that the entrepreneurs of the exhibited products wants to bring them to the local market in the hope of finding prospective partnership and opportunities.

Wow Taiwan Exhibit in Manila
Master Mi for kids

Wow Taiwan Exhibit in Manila
FECA Suction Hook

I hope to be back in Taiwan soon. I am also hoping these products featured in the Wow Taiwan exhibit will be available in the Philippine market. I will definitely try the Carnation Sanitary Napkin Ultra Thin-Blessing Charm Wing. It passed the cytotoxicity and skin sensitivity test by Interk. It has inorganic nano silver element, instant absorbency, dry and antimicrobial. The Yumark OEM Bas are also cute. O'day crackers and Master Mi for kids. Hubby was interested with the FECA Suction Hook.

Congratulations to Wow Taiwan! I'm looking forward to trying these new products.


2 comments:

  1. Wow wow wow.. Ang ganda po ma'am.... At ang linis pa... Instagramable paang mga view.. Ganda ganda naman.. Hanggang pangarap ko lang siguro ang mga yan..

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