Taiwan Leisure Farm is certainly not your typical impression of farm. In fact it’s more like a resort with a history of farming that emphasized on the natural environment and promoting a sustainable and healthy lifestyle.
I am sure most of us would most likely know how to sing or hum to the tune of “Loy Loykrathong Loy Loykrathong…” I am very pleased at the opportunity to take part in the Loykrathong Festival last November 2012.
Cruising over the blue waters, Sailing under the glittering stars…on board the SuperStar Gemini maiden voyage (Penang – Phuket – Krabi)
Putrajaya, the administrative centre of the federal government, is a fine example of a well-planned city with the finest landscaping and architecture of international standards.
This journey to CingJing Farm has changed my perspective of farm stay in Taiwan.
An hour and a half flight by Nok Air from Bangkok has sent me to a totally separate world from Bangkok. The flight landed at a very unique and small airport, where I could see people hanging around the other side of the fence bordering the runway.
It was the end of the year when all the school exams are over and my family members decided to meet up for a short relaxing holiday. Sentosa Villa is a good choice for us as Taiping is centrally located. Some of us drove from the northern state and some of us came from the southern states.
After relishing on a big dose of leisure farms at the Nantou County of Central Taiwan, I opted for a different itinerary when I came to Miaoli County.
Before I physically arrived at Harbin, I was inundated with inaccurate “accounts” of the severity of the winter there. Anyway, all those worries of frozen blood and frozen brain disappeared the moment stepped on the snow of Harbin.
It was about an hour before dawn when we left for Sakkaline Road to join the locals in Tak Bak (the Buddhist alms offering to monks). This is my deepest impression of the Lao people when I visited Luang Prabang recently.