“Traditionally Baked Cake” is made with fresh milk. The rich egg pancake aroma wafts from the oven when taken out. It may look plain in appearance, but the silky texture is unforgettable. It is a local souvenir not to be missed and an extremely popular cuisine in Tamsui with a long waiting line.
The must try local snack “A-Gei” is transliterated partly from the Japanese word of “Oiled Tofu”. Prepared by emptying the center of the Tofu, adding fried clear noodles and soaking in marinade, then sealed off with fish mince and steamed. Sweet sour sauce or secret recipe of the store is poured on top before serving.
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Bali Cultural Park (Miffy Park)
With public art installations, this is a great tourist attraction for the whole family. Inside the park, the father, mother and uncle of Miffy along with Miffy in various costumes welcome your arrival. We have a "Same-Hands-Same-Feet Area" in which there are small games for the whole family to take part in and a "Frame Corridor" where children can play hide-and-seek at. Visitors can also take pictures with Miffy on a hot air balloon that is taking off. Visitors can also write down their wishes and tie them on wishing trees to make them come true. There are many facilities available for visitors to interact with.
The centuries old “Cyunji temple” worships the Holy Ruler Deity Guan, guardian of Jingguashi. There are three temple treasures to behold. The first is the 35 feet high, 25 –ton largest bronze statue of Guanyu in Southeast Asia. Facing the ocean and back towards the mountains, even the Spring and Autumn Annals held on its left hand is 5 feet tall. The second is a national treasure pair of stone pillars with flora, bird and figure, formed with 3D carvings. The temple went as far to protect it with acrylic. The third is the golden Holy Ruler Deity Guan figure, brought overseas part by part from Tangshan during the early China days, rarely seen around Taiwan.