Top Ten Best Travel Adventures of 2014 | Travel in Asia

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Top Ten Best Travel Adventures of 2014

If there are 52 weeks in one year, then I have travelled 52 times in 2014. But which among my travel adventures were the most memorable? Find out in this 2014 Year-End Special.


[10] The Chinese class during the Spring Semester 2014 visited the Vigor Kobo pineapple cake factory. We made pineapple cakes and brought them home. Yummy!




[9] Have you ever tried eating ‘feces’ and drinking in a urinal? Visit Taiwan’s Modern Toilet restaurant to experience eating those edible excretions.





[8] The tiniest adventure I had was when I went to the Miniatures Museum of Taiwan. The old streets of Japan, the Victorian style rooms and many more can be found in just one place. It’s a small world after all.





[7] I can never forget my first trip in Keelung and my first ‘chu-chu’ train ride in Taiwan. But wait there’s more! The giant rubber duck from Hong Kong went to Taiwan. Yehey!





[6] My first trip in Yangmingshan National Park and my first time to see the cherry blossoms. Oh! I can’t wait for spring now.





[5] Why does the wind blow? The answer is simple and that is to make kites fly!




[4] The golden sands of Fulong beach were transformed into beautiful sand sculptures. I don’t have any favorite among the sand sculptures. They were all sand-sational!




[3] My visit to the mining town of Jinguashi made it to my top 3. Touching a very large gold bar, entering a gold mine and experiencing how to pan for gold. Whoah! I’m a real gold digger!




[2] After having fun in the Salt Mountain and Salt Museum I don’t know if a bus was coming to take me back to downtown Tainan. Thank God! A Taiwanese family offered me a free ride in their car. I will never forget that experience.




[1] My One-Year Anniversary Special was the best adventure I ever had for 2014. The last day of my first 365 days in Taiwan was the intersection of my past and future. I wrote my wishes in a sky lantern and released it in the air. It was like a second birthday in a year with many people very happy for me. It’s been a great year. Thank you for being part of it! lol

Maple Series


Yehliu to Jiufen? Yehliu to Shifen? Cheaper than yellow taxis

"Taipei kong mahal" (My beloved Taipei). Catch it every Wednesday at 8:00 pm (Taiwan/Philippine time).


Other attractions in Taipei


New Taipei


2018 Sakura Series - Taiwan


  • 2017 Sakura Series - Taiwan

  • 2017 Sakura Series - Japan


    2016 Sakura Series - Taiwan


    Post a Comment
    Copyright © 2014 Travel in Asia | Designed With By Blogger Templates | Distributed By Gooyaabi Templates
    Scroll To Top