PLEASE ASK PERMISSION BEFORE YOU RE POST MY PHOTOS ON TO YOUR BLOG. THERE ARE SOME BLOGGERS WHO DID NOT ASK MY PERMISSION AND REPOST MY PHOTOS WITHOUT THE COURTESY OF LINKING BACK TO MY BLOG. THIS IS LIKE STEALING. PEOPLE, I HAVE SPEND MUCH TIME TAKING PHOTOS AND DOING HOMEWORK ON MY TRAVELLING INFORMATION AND KINDLY SHARE THESE INFORMATION TO ANYONE INTERESTED IN THEM. IF NECESSARY I WILL POST SCREEN SHOT OF YOUR BLOG TO SHOW YOUR BAD MANNERS OF STEALING MY PHOTOS. THE MOST DISGUSTING THING THEY DID WAS TO SCREEN SHOT MY PHOTO AND CORP OFF MY BLOG TITLE AND REPOST IN THEIR BLOG. Time to say bye bye to Taiwan. I fall in love with Taiwan, so much to see and not enough time. Will visit those places I missed if I come back to visit Taiwan again. :)
After checking out of our hotel, we made our way to the bus station just diagonally opposite Casear Park Hotel about less than 5 or 10 minutes from our hotel (depending how fast your walk). There are two bus stations near Taipei Main Station so got to make sure you head to the right bus station for your bus to the airport. The bus station that heading to the airport is known as Taipei West Bus Station while the other bus station above Q Square shopping centre heads to other towns in Taiwan.
Inside the Taipei West Bus Station, we headed to bus route 1819 to board the bus. We bought our return bus ticket on Day 1, but there are ticket counters in this station which also sell tickets for the bus.
There are also other buses to other parts of Taiwan from this bus station.
Finally after one hour journey, we reached Terminal 2 of Taoyuan Airport to board our SQ flight.
Priority given to passengers who check in via the internet earlier.
SQ food tasted so good - the oriental version that consists of rice, chicken and vegetables. I used to hate airline food but times has changed airline food have definitely improved a lot.
Western version - Baked fish with roasted potatoes and vegetables
Dessert - pineapple tarts (so yummy) and Haagen Daz Ice Cream
The gift coupon that I collected from Taiwan Tourism Association in Singapore before I flew to Taiwan, I got to exchange some Taiwanese Snacks and chocolates.