Time to head home@last day in Taipei

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With a heavy heart, I have to bid this awesome land goodbye. As we waited at Taipei main station for our bus ride, we grabbed a last bite of some traditional Taiwanese local meals before heading out.

The minced pork noodles with pork chop slices at the food court cost a little more than the usual and the taste was just average, but we enjoyed every bit of it as it would be our final Taiwanese meal.

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The bus to the airport was super comfortable, clean and the process of buying tickets, boarding, stations were all professionally served to the public. It was as good as South Korea’s public buses. I was impressed but nothing beats this view.

A prayer room at the airport, for all 3 major religions..TOGETHER. Now this is a sight of a developed country. There is so much for us to learn than to stop the country from progressing due to one’s own political benefits or greed.

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The bright ray of sunlight radiated through the plane. This was a truly an awesome trip, both in experience and in dining. Looking forward to return to Taipei some day soon!

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We went back to Milkhouse at Taipei station and bought back some yummy breads from the good experience we had on the way to Tai Tung.

The buns did not disappoint this time too! Generous with ingredients and fillings. If only we have such nice bakeries here.

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Thankfully, we bought those buns. Food was….. Bleh. Thank goodness for the wine though. To knock ourselves out to sleep.

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I awoke greeted by the sun setting. Can we recognise the supernatural revelation Father is trying to show us? As Father says in Genesis, Let there be light.

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Although I was finally home, the craze for Taiwanese food didn’t stop. I popped open a pack of this delicious instant noodles, and added in my mom’s soy pork. Wheeeeeee! Slurping every bit up!

Late night soya supper@Yong He Dou Jiang, Taipei

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It was rather difficult to get here, with many interchange stops between MRTs and you got to walk a little bit too from the nearest stop. But good thing is the place runs 24 hours daily (how in the world???), so even if you got lost, you needn’t rush yourself. But in future, I’d probably hitch a cab here instead.

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The place was filled with patrons, locals and tourists. At this was 10pm. Wow. I had never had tau too far this late. And to add a twist to it, a savoury one!

Having “breakfast” at night reminds me of my cereal nights at home haha. The whole thing cost only RM10. The roti canai thing was just average. But the yao char kueh, oh my gosh. Fluffiest one ever eaten. In my entire trip here, and even in Malaysia.

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With this fluffy fried yao char kueh, dipped in the yummylicious savoury tau foo far, beats any porridge or main meals any time!

The smoothness of the TFF jst glided in your throat, coupled with amazingly flavoured condiments. Till today, I dream of having my next bowl of this!

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This creamy white deliciousness are constantly stirred 24/7. Respect the workers here for their tenacity to work such long hours. We are all very happy with your food servings!

I am definitely coming back for more on my next trip to Taipei! Savoury TTF, till then! *salutes*

Address:
Yong He Dou Jiang Da Wang / Yong He Soy Milk King
102 Fuxing South Road,
Sec. 2
Tel No.: +886-(2) 2703-5051
Opening Hours: 24 hours daily