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Easy to get to by bus. I did a 24hour day pass and was able to do this and Tamsui in one day! Saves you a lot of money that way! There's lots of food and souvenirs, nice walks and views! Restrooms available but bring your own toiletpaper (just in case). I spent 1-2 hours here.
This elementary school is located at the top of the town, and it is the top end of a narrow street that you climb through the town. Many tourists come here and sit on the stairs just to take a rest and enjoy a view of the town.
One can hardly believe! Such a busy district, such a crowded street, such noisy surroundings and then, you open the door to this teahouse and time has stopped somewhere in the past. A very beautiful place with extremely friendly personnel. The ceremony of tea serving has lost nothing of its aura.
"For me, it's the better taro ball treat in Jiufen"
reviewed 15 January 2020 by sabi0james
The taro balls are as chewy and colorful as that of Grandma Lai's but i would give it a higher mark just because it is a bit sweeter and thicker and they placed more ice to the bowl. Other than that, both are good treats and deserving to be tried.
We have tried the two famous taro ball dessert shops in Jiufen, and the one that served this shop is more to our liking. They serve different flavour of glutinous balls. The lady who served us that day suggested us to have a bowl of the mixed flavour glutinous balls. We did it and all of them are delicious. It...
We stayed here back in 2013 when we visited Jiufen the first time. The experience of staying in Riguang Hanguan was so unforgettable that we stayed here again this time (and for two nights). You can enjoy the best view of Keelung port and the sea out of your window and balcony with a cup of tea. The view is...