Jinshan Old Street is full of popular snacks, including JinBaoLi duck meat, one-bite pastry, one-bite sesame rice crispy with handmade egg rolls and the Jinshan special “caramelized yam”!
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Bok Su Lao
The “Bok Su Lao” is featured with its red brick exterior, slanted rooftops, corridors and tall steps. It is known as the “Pastor House” because two pastors use to reside here. Walking into this historical garden wafting with artistry and coffee, one can enjoy not only the century old red brick domed corridors, but also lush green campus scenes along with sips of coffee. In addition, creative arts products and coffee beans are being sold on the side, and the unique local “Bok Su Lao” coffee bean can be bought as souvenirs. Take a look at the aged and extremely valuable coffee machine, and bring along a few Bok Su Lao” hand drawn postcards” for souvenirs.
Shu Shin Bou Wagashi Museum
Wagashi are symbolic of Japan’s cake culture and art. To introduce these treats, Shu Shin Bou has constructed a tourism factory that highlights the history of wagashi, the culture associated with them, and the production apparatus. There are also DIY activities where children and adults can display their creativity by making wagashi or learning the steps of mochi production.