Hello all! Greetings from Taiwan! It was a backdated post. Yv had settled down in Taiwan for 3 months. Phew. Time flies. It was during my our hakuna matata time before the projects are started.
We spent our first weekend at An Ping, the place with many historical building. Here comes the first photo of the day.We were captivated by the owls when we first stepped down from the bus 88.
After filling our stomach, it's time to proceed to The Anping Fort, which was also called "Fort Zeelandia". Some hidden spots which are great place for shooting was found when we were puzzling to find our way there.
Here we are at the Anping Fort, which was the administrative center of the Dutch regime, and the hub for trading. The building was originally constructed in square inner fortress and rectangle outer walls. In 1661, the fort was renamed as Anping to commemorate his home town when Guoxingye (Cheng Cheng-Kung 郑成功) has driven the Dutch out of Taiwan. Therefore, Fort Zeelandia was also known as "King's Fort" or "Taiwan Fort", nicknamed Anping Fort.
After walking around, our tummy were calling for food again and we decide to try the fried oyster which was recommended by Super Taste (时尚玩家)! LOL
Walking around Anping old street, the arch and temple could be seen.
Bus 88 or Bus 99.
18NTD for each trip.
All the places mentioned above are FOC for National Cheng Kung University(NCKU) students!!! Lucky us!! :)