Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip on History of Day 2 (12)

Hello! Where are we you may ask? Well, we are still in Anping Old Street, Tainan, Taiwan.

If you have been followed me in my previous posting, you will get the direction where I am heading.

Still walking along this long street, slowly, as there were so much things to see, many short stops to do some food tasting at the little snack stalls.=P

Here  we see a stall where kids, and adults too cooking their own caramel cake (if I am correct, pls correct me if I am wrong here)

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Kids really enjoying this but of course, with their parents around to help them else the cake may be burnt or overcooked food.

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Long queue for……? Well, this stall is selling pickled fruits. Guess locals love eating them.

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Moving deeper into Anping Old Street……

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Stall selling drink….

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Prawn crackers. Lots of stall selling fresh made from crackers where they used machines to make them. Lots of different flavour to choose from.

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The end? Well… we are 2/3 there in this series. Want more? Well.. yes, there’s more. Just stay tune. =)

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15 thoughts on “Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip on History of Day 2 (12)

    • Yup. Not sure whether you call that junk food as it is like a cake that they are making. I think adults would love to try it as it is not easy as you can burnt your ‘cake’if you are not careful. =)

    • Thanks! yup, pickled fruits and dry pickled fruits. I did not try as I did not want to wait in the queue. Guess I am not so crazy over pickled fruits as I also can buy them from where I stay in Malaysia. =)

  1. So happy to discover your blog! My son lives in Taipei and I travel there and around the island and to the nearby islands as often as possible. I love Taiwan. Do you live there?

  2. Funny, how I never use to eat pickled fruit before coming to Asia…and then wow, such creativity. Also have become addicted to the spicy pickled veggies. Great series, have really enjoyed your adventures 🙂

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