PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS, THE MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN CULTURAL CENTER WILL BE PROVIDING OUR GROUP WITH A DIFFERENT CULTURAL ACTIVITY IN LIEU OF THEIR TSAMPA TEA-MAKING ACTIVITY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
Join Derek for a walking tour of the Yong Kang Street area and discover some hidden gems in this trendy and popular neighborhood. Our first stop is Qingtian 76, for a tour of this old and beautifully maintained Japanese house that is now a lovely café. Next we will visit the exhibits at the Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Center and participate in a tsampa and milk tea-making activity. Tsampa or tsamba is a glutinous meal usually made from roasted barley flour, and is a dietary mainstay in central Tibet, the Himalayans and Mongolia, where it is known as zamba. Then, we will stroll around the Yong Kang Street area where Derek will introduce us to some of the many interesting shops and eateries in this lively neighborhood. If you have time to stay for lunch after the tour, there are many options to choose from. Wear comfortable walking shoes.
Instructor: Derek Wang
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|Culture & Tours in Taiwan||NT$ 800.00|
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