Thursday, 22 April 2010

2010 Taiwan Trip - Day 1

10 April 2010, we have being preparing and looking forward to this special day since January 2010. And finally today is the "Big Day" for us. Everyone of us wake up pretty early in the morning and get ready for our last minutes packing/checking before heading to the Airport.

Our flight to Taiwan is leaving at about 12.30pm and accordingly to the tour leader we have to reach Terminal 3 @ Changi Airport around 10.30 for early check-in and briefing. After check-in, we roam around at the duty-free shops and to my surprised I spot "Sakae Sushi" mini counter.

Although are able to board the flight around 12pm but the plane did not take off till 1.30pm due to heavy traffic congestion at the run-way. So sad... everyone of us has to wait patiently for the plane to move forward accordingly to the queue number.... we are number 10 on the list.

As usual, as a food blogger, I won't missed out any chances to take some photo shots on the food that we eat. And this round I am quiet satisfy with the quality of the food served on board. Here are some shots of the food range from Child Meal - Chicken Pasta, and two choices of Adult Meal which is Honey Mustard Chicken and Char Siew Rice. Each meal served with bun, salad, snack and drink of your choice. Rey was very excited with his meal as this is the 1st time he travels with Singapore Airlines.

After meal, we sit back to relax on the on board entertainment like movies, games and etc during the 4 hours journey to Taipei. At about 5.20pm we arrived at the Tao Yuan International Airport - Taipei (台湾桃园国际机场) and were greeted by their local tour guide - Jackson whom will be bringing us around during our visit at Taiwan. Upon arrival, we are bought to "City Suites - Gateway" for our dinner before going to the hotel.

And due to the delay of the flight and tiredness, most of us did not really eat much at the Buffet Dinner. Em... But I have found some interesting dishes which is the "Stir-fry Herbal Chicken Hearts" and "Pan-fry Sardines" that serves with pepper salt.Posted by Picasa

P/s: For more photos of the trip check us out @ Cuisine Paradise Fan Page, click HERE.


1 comment:

  1. Hi Ellena, your blog on your Taiwan trip is amazing! Able to share which travel agency you used?
    JT

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