台北象山步道之旅

您是爬山愛好者嗎? 你喜歡爬山嗎? 台灣是爬山的最佳國家。 爬山是生活中非常好的運動。 台灣有許多最佳的遠足景點。 其中之一被稱為爬山大象山。 這是爬山的最佳目的地。 爬山時,您可以從頂部看到台北市中心的美麗景色,這很酷的喔。 我將與人類分享這個有趣的時刻。 希望你會喜歡喔。有興趣的朋友們,請覌看,也可以關注我喔!


歡迎來到台北象山步道

今天要和大家介紹台北一個最好的景點名叫象山步道。來到象山,主要是登山啦! 登上象山之後,如果你的體力充沛,或是想伸展筋骨,步道兩旁還有許多強體力及肺活量的體能設施,只見大夥在山頂的逸賢亭打個尖、做個操,還有精力無窮的小朋友穿梭其間,運動休閒一兼二顧,很適合全家來活動。

象山因外形似象頭而得名,位於台北盆地東南方的信義區,與虎山地質相同主要由砂岩組成,因造山作用步道中可見黃褐色陡峭的岩壁與巨石,加上自然環境生物、鳥類種類繁多,使得整座山如同一座天然生態樂園般,成為民眾接近淺山、享受戶外綠林悠閒時光的好去處。

步道沿線設有解說牌引導民眾參訪,區內各種稜線、岩壁、山坡等不同環境,孕育出多種蕨類植物處處可見,其中又以金狗毛蕨與筆筒樹古老蕨類族群最大,數量居臺北市之冠。

登頂象山眺望,臺北盆地的地景幾乎一覽無遺,其尾稜延伸嵌入信義區中強公園,成為當地居民晨昏散步的最佳去處,也是近山民眾假日休閒、舒緩身心的綠色地帶。

基本上,我是從大安捷運站乘坐紅線到象山捷運站。爬山象山是台灣台北市的頂級旅遊景點之一。 它的高度大約 183m,遠足徑長約 1.5km。 從小徑可以看到台北101是满享受的。 六座巨石是湘山的旅遊勝地。 有太多人對此景點一無所知,現在我將給我更多的樂趣。 台北市的風景真是恐怖而完美。 它是免費的,因此不需要任何費用。

象山遠足徑

象山遠足徑是最痛苦的經歷,但是值得擁有這種經歷。 乘坐捷運火車去旅遊非常方便。 遠足遠足山的最佳時間是三月至十一月。 當遇到雨季或地震季節時,出於安全考慮,請不要跳過此景點。 尤其是在下雨季節,樓梯上非常容易打滑,因此下雨時走上山坡非常危險。 因此,我聽說周末人滿為患,所以您應該避免在周末訪問這個地方。

六巨石

根據上面顯示的這張照片,我是從山石上拍攝的。 這是觀看整個台北的最佳地點。 平日總是最適合遠足。

我一個人去那裡,從地鐵站步行了10分鐘,從山頂到山頂也花了30分鐘。 有些人可能會感到疲勞,需要在徒步旅行中稍作休息,整個體驗可能需要至少1.5個小時,這取決於當天的忙碌程度以及從底部到頂部的遠足速度。 當您在排隊等待完美的拍攝圖像時,有時會花費很長時間。 儘管夜間是遊覽的理想之地,但由於夜色非常暗且幾乎看不到,因此夜間徒步旅行並不安全。

您可能會問自己加息有多困難? 其實不太難的。 就像我上面提到的,從山頂到山頂花了30分鐘,在旅途中我確實休息了很長時間。 我建議您帶上水瓶,毛巾和相機,當然這是非常基本的。

象山範圍不大,賞景點卻不少。其中盤踞山頭的「六巨石」是象山的地標景觀,巨石林立、景觀奇特,遊象山不攀上巨石瞧瞧,可就對不起自己了。在頂上觀景滋味不同,迎風四望無際,想拍101,來這裡準沒錯!

至於鳥瞰台北盆地的最佳位置,自然是位於稜線上、視野開闊的「超然亭」;有此「超然」名號,便是因為由此觀景居象山眾涼亭之冠。站立於超然亭的平台上,近可見山下的信義計畫區,放遠望去則是圓山、北投焚化爐、觀音山及大屯火山群各景點,從前國慶日施放煙火,不少人還會特地來此觀賞花火綻放,足見其魅力所在。

繞行到巨石公園階梯附近,有一塊碩大的巨石,上面有人為雕刻出來的石階,可拾級而上眺望台北盆地。一路前行間,由左側山腰、山脊再下到右側山腰線,從不同角度俯瞰台北盆地之美,象山迷人之處盡在其中。

步道沿途都設有解說牌,引導親山訪客認識整個山頭的特色,所以這裡也是最受歡迎的自然教室。一路上不愁沒有生態導覽,只要「按圖索驥」,自己就是山林解說員。

象山擁有稜線、岩壁、山坡、山窪、山谷等各種不同微環境,因而孕育出70多種蕨類。蕨類在象山處處可見,有的附著在樹幹上,有的長在岩石、坡地上,有的密佈在潮濕的林下。其中金狗毛蕨族群龐大,數量居臺北市之冠,在過去醫藥不發達的年代,它可是民間用來止血的最佳良藥。

另外在開闊、向陽且潮濕山窪區,還有自侏儸紀時期就存在的古老蕨類「筆筒樹」。筆筒樹群聚可是台北市區最珍貴的生態特色,因為筆筒樹成群林立的現象,全世界只有台灣北部才能看得到。

潮濕的環境中,蝸牛的族群也十分可觀,像是斯文豪氏大蝸牛、煙管蝸牛,幾乎在整個山區都看得到。這本是低海拔的原始闊葉林,生態豐富多元,綠意萬千的山林,還有更多的驚喜等待你自己慢慢去發掘呢!

第一站是大約10分鐘後的觀景台,然後有各種各樣的巨石供人們四處攀爬以拍攝史詩般的照片。 最終,在巨石之上1分鐘是主要的觀景台,每天所有專業攝影師在此觀看比賽!

我聽說人們說如果您有時間可以在日落之前遠足,然後看一下變化是一個很棒的選擇,除了您可以兩次遠足,一次是早晨,一次是晚上。

怎麼去象山遠足徑?

當您聽到 “遠足” 的消息時,您會以為它會整天陪伴您。 到達那裡,徒步旅行,尋找山頂等,台北象山不是這種情況! 如果您住在城市的其他地方,請搭乘捷運地鐵系統並前往象山,這是紅線上的最後一站。 走出2號出口,然後遵循您的 Google 地圖。 真的很容易找到,所以應該沒有什麼大問題喲。

總而言之,這是一項了不起的活動,甚至為您的一天增加了一點運動。 我在台北象山徒步旅行的時光記憶猶新,希望你們也能在那兒度過愉快的時光,即使天氣有點濕熱,您也不會後悔! 不用擔心,說實話這也不算困難。 即使您身體狀況不佳,也可以抽出寶貴的時間來欣賞這座城市的美景。 請享用!  #假期#冬季

Top foods and beverages must give a try in Taiwan

Pearl/Boba milk tea

Bubble tea also known as pearl milk teabubble milk tea or boba is a Taiwanese tea based drink invented in Tainan and Taichung in the 1980s. Recipes contain tea of some kind, flavours of milk and sugar optional. Toppings, known as “pearls”, such as chewy tapioca ball also known as pearls or boba, popping boba, fruit jelly, grass jelly, agar jelly, sago and puddings are often added. Ice-blended versions are frozen and put into a blender, resulting in a slushy consistency. There are many varieties of the drink with a wide range of flavors. The two most popular varieties are black pearl milk tea and green pearl milk tea.

Taiwan Beef noodles soup

Beef noodles is one of the best local food taste in Taiwan. You can get beef noodles everywhere in Taiwan. Taiwan is said to be the home of beef noodle soup, and you’ll find the world’s most expensive bowl here in Taipei. But visitors don’t need to spend US$300 for a bowl, as there are beef noodle shops on practically every corner, with each serving their own special recipe. If you try only one food in Taiwan, then make it beef noodle soup.

Despite my love for Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup and how simple and iconic it is, recipes always seemed incredibly complicated and intimidating to me–making the broth, figuring out the balance of infinite spices, getting that tender beef–where do you start? It was just one of those foods where, when I wanted it, I went out and paid someone else to make it, or convinced myself that I was actually craving something else.

Pineapple cakes

Pineapple cake is a sweet traditional Taiwanese pastry containing butter, flour, egg, sugar and the pineapple jam or slices. These small shortcrust pastries filled with pineapple paste are the tastiest after-dinner treats that go perfectly with a cup of tea. There are many companies that make their own versions of the snack, but the most famous is probably Sunny Hills. These make a great souvenir, as they can be brought home on the plane to give their friend for surprising them. While pineapple cakes had historically been produced as a ceremonial food, a combination of governmental promotion and globalization popularized the pineapple cake. Pineapple cakes have become one of the top-selling souvenirs in Taiwan.

Dan Bing

Dan Bing is defined as Taiwanese egg crepe and it is one of the Taiwanese daily breakfast. Dan bing is a traditional Popular Taiwanese breakfast food that is usually sold by street vendors every morning. Since everyone is in a rush to get to work (sometimes waiting with their scooters running), the vendors have to be able to make every order to go super fast, and once you get the hang of it, you can make it pretty quickly at home, too! 

Basically, a dan bing is a thin crepe with an egg on top. There’s multiple variations; my favorite is just to mix a little sesame oil and a lot of chopped scallions into the egg. Feel free to try different fillings in the egg mixture (e.g. chopped ham, crumbled bacon, corn) or on top of the cooked egg before rolling it up (e.g. shredded cheese, rou song [pork floss], cilantro), but I wouldn’t put too much in because you want to make sure you can still roll it up easily. Soy paste and sweet chili sauce are the more traditional sauces, but you can also try oyster sauce, hoisin sauce, or even ketchup.  

Fan Tuan

Fan Tuan

Fan Tuan means the rice rolls and it is also one of the traditional breakfast in Taiwan. White sticky rice is packed down flat on the table and layered with the standard ingredients of pickled radish and mustard greens, chunks of braised egg, a bit of pork floss, and a crisp cruller. A cruller is deep-fried dough, like an elongated donut minus the sugar. They’re often eaten by themselves with a side of soy milk. For the purposes of the fan tuan, it’s fried twice and cut into bite-size pieces. Pork floss is dried meat, mashed so finely and dehydrated so that it has a texture of cotton. Egg is braised in soy sauce, which adds salty depth, and pickled radishes and mustard greens create a dimension of tartness. 

Glutinous rice is wrapped around your choice of fillings, such a fried egg, pork floss, and pickled mustard greens. The result is a dense, filling, and savory breakfast that will definitely get you through the day! 

Taiwanese Snow Ice

Mango Snow Ice

Taiwanese Snow Ice or Xue Hua Bing (雪花冰) is flavored ice with a milk base that is shaved razor thin. The ingredients are frozen into a block and then the Snow ice Shavers shave the block into tiny strips of “snow” that melt in your mouth!  Then you top it with whatever you want, fresh fruit, chocolate sauce, tapioca pearls, popping boba, grass jelly etc.

Taiwanese Snow ice is different than Snow Cones or Hawaiian Shaved Ice.  A lot of these use water (ice) and fruit flavored syrups while Taiwanese Snow Ice puts uses milk and puts the flavoring right into the ice block.  Taiwanese Snow Ice Shavers also uses a very sharp blade to shave the flavored ice really thin.  It’s called snow ice because of it’s fluffy consistency.

Taiwanese Style Sausages

Taiwanese Style Sausages

Taiwanese Style Sausages is one of the entree food in Taiwan. You can get from any night market in Taiwan as it is part of the street foodies as well. You can’t walk 10 feet at a Taipei night market without running into a sausage vendor that sometimes has five different types available.  The basic Taiwanese sausage has a slightly sweet taste with a beautiful crisped skin.  When you take a bite, the skin bursts filling your mouth with juice.  You can find everything from the mild to the wild with flavors including pig’s blood, squid ink, and even ones made with fish and little roe stuffed beneath the skin.  I’m rather partial to the plain sausage – haven’t worked up the nerve to try the fishy ones yet.

Papayas Milk

One of the popular Taiwanese drink that you’ll find street vendors selling is Papaya Milk.  It is kind of like a tropical papaya Smoothie or Shake.  One of my early childhood memories is of my parent took me to a street vendor (in Taiwan) and buying me for my first cup of Papaya Milk.

In Taiwan, there is two kind of papaya milk. One is a cane of papaya milk and another one is fresh papaya milk. The best options and best taste would be the fresh papaya milk.

Conclusion

For instances, if you are thinking of visit Taiwan one day, and don’t know what foodies and beverages to have a try, or you have been to Taiwan and never try of these food listed above, please do considered to have taking a try. You will never feel regret after get a taste as it is the best local foods to experience. Please don’t go to Taiwan for Western food as it is not the best way to do so as you could get Western food anywhere in your town.