23, @Taipei, Taiwan
I would recommend to travel in Taiwan through different kinds of transportation, like train, metro, bus, and so on, since those are the best ways to get close to and observe local people. And of course, Taipei 101, night markets, old streets, museums, landmarks and Taiwanese restaurants are definitely must-goes. We'll decide it base on travelers' interests. My travel style is to first decide a rough district for activities of the day, then we see how it goes with flexible time control. We will visit those not typical but vey interesting places, such as morning flee markets, traditional markets, breakfast stands, etc. Let's just fool around like a local!
Hi! I am Pei-Ying from Taipei. I am an easygoing person loving traveling and meeting people. I've visited 15 European countries during my exchange which I just finished in the Netherlands. I've also been to 3 other Asian countries and had a long trip within Taiwan. I enjoy talking to people with different backgrounds from different places. I'm also willing to help if you need some tips or guidance living here. Let's get to know each other and have fun together!