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Been to Taipei several times, but this is the first time I tried out the hotspring at Beitou (北投). I was expecting it to be an outdoor spot but was a little disappointed that most of the hotsprings are indoor.
At least the price is very reasonable, we paid about NT2500 (S$105) for the usage of a room for 4 hours. Super worth it for a family use. The ladies only used the bath for less than 20mins.
From Beitou, we went on to Fisherman’s Wharf (漁人碼頭). This where you can find Dan Shui Old Street (淡水老街) and Lover’s Bridge (情人橋).
Time your visit to the Lover’s Bridge around sunset, so that you can really capture the beautiful scene of the place.
Looking back, I am glad we decided to bring both the mothers along on this trip. This will be one of the most precious memories we have created with them.
Grandmother with Jayne. I think Joey was running after some dogs on the bridge.
With my lover!
More of our cool mothers!
On the Lover’s Bridge. If you are early, do take some photos first before the crowd comes.
The sunset was simply stunning, made perfect by the companions.
Headed back to Dan Shui and we tried the famous noodle.
Shopping along Dan Shui Old Street is not as elaborated as Shilin Night Market, but still we managed to find something we like.