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several questions!!

Postby ursweetsugar » 09 Jun 2015, 11:49

1. how to say in Taiwan
'Hello"
"Thank you"
"Sure"
"How much is it?, Too expensive"

2. in Taipei. which restaurant I must go? just snack or cafe would be ok!! Plz recommend me!!

3. What is worth to buy in Taiwan? would be great if the price is reasonable.

4. The cosmetic brand called "Za" is one of my favourite brand!! Is it easy to find in Taipei city?


Thanx A LOT !!! :pray:
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Re: several questions!!

Postby hannes » 09 Jun 2015, 13:31

This should be easy to find by googling it...

1. how to say in Taiwan
'Hello" = Ni Hao
"Thank you" = Xie Xie
"Sure" = [in what type of situation?]
"How much is it?, Too expensive" = Zhege duoshao qian? Tai gui le.

2. in Taipei. which restaurant I must go? just snack or cafe would be ok!! Plz recommend me!!

There are like tenth of thousands of restaurants... I like The Villa Herbs (http://joycewu1120.pixnet.net/blog/post ... estaurant-)

3. What is worth to buy in Taiwan? would be great if the price is reasonable.

There are like a million things to buy in Taiwan... I like products made by the indigenous people, but often the handicraft is quite expensive.

4. The cosmetic brand called "Za" is one of my favourite brand!! Is it easy to find in Taipei city?

No idea


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Re: several questions!!

Postby finley » 09 Jun 2015, 13:35

Are you a tourist?

For food, go to Ding Tai Feng. Everyone else does. But pretty much anywhere you eat will be good.

If you're here for shopping you'll be disappointed. Electronics used to be quite good value but I've noticed they are now more expensive than elsewhere, even Taiwan-made brands. Cosmetics, fashion etc is as expensive as anywhere else.
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Re: several questions!!

Postby Icon » 09 Jun 2015, 14:04

Regarding shopping:

There is a gorgeous place called Handicraft Market, run by the government. Very reasonable prices, great variety. Prices and safety -especially if buying jade or anything high end guaranteed.
Address: 100台北市中正區徐州路1號

Phone:02 2393 3655


Hours: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

http://www.handicraft.org.tw/en/map.php


Also recommend the Zhengzhong Market. Enter by the Shoe Street and work your way up to the Huanging Temple.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g2 ... aipei.html

Shopping areas: http://www.taiwanfun.com/north/taipei/a ... opping.htm

Ximending and Shilin are OKish for shopping cool stuff, but too crowded and touristy and the food has declined. For the best food, IMHO, try Ninxia Night market.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_R ... aipei.html
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