Pineapple Cake DIY And Night Market Walking Tour
Pineapple Cake DIY and Night Market Local Food Tasting (Exploring)
Location: Taipei Duration: 6 hour(s)
From USD $80 per person
Tour Overview
Tradion pastry DIY, Night market
- Learn how to make pineapple cake
- Experience the traditional wedding garment
- Dig in at the popular night market

Pineapple in Taiwanese, “Wong Lai,” means auspicious and prosperity. If you can carry only one Taiwanese treat back to your country, your choice should be pineapple cake with no doubt.
Pineapples became a critical component of Taiwan's economy during the Japanese era, during which Japanese industrialists imported a wide variety of pineapple cultivars and established numerous processing plants. By the late 1930s, Taiwan had become the third-largest exporter of pineapples in the world. However, when pineapple production in Taiwan shifted toward domestic sales and use of fresh pineapple, local bakeries sought to use this surplus in pastries. While pineapple cakes had historically been produced as a ceremonial food, a combination of governmental promotion and globalization popularized the pineapple cake.

In this tour, you can not only purchase pineapple cakes but also make pineapple cake by yourself. After the DIY course, you can try on the traditional wedding costume to experience our wedding culture in Qing dynasty. Then follow the tour guide to Shilin Night Market. You can explore the night market culture and taste all the classic Taiwanese street food. The locals will be eager to let you taste the Taiwanese flavors,njoy your delightful food tour.

Here is another portal for foodies: Taipei Food Tour

>> Watch more on Youtube:Taipei Food with Pineapple Cakes DIY <<
What to Expect
  • Pineapple cake DIY:Follow the steps the master teaches you, Kneading the dough to crispy pastry, stuffing pineapple fillings from Tainan Guanmiao, you will find it interesting to make zesty pineapple cakes of your own.
  • Chinese Traditional wedding costume:In Chinese culture, the theme color of wedding is red. Red is the symbol of auspicious. Therefore red is applied to everything in the wedding from the costumes to the furnishment. Take a look at the patterns on the clothes and shoes. The brides in the ancient time pray for good luck, longevity and fertility by embroidering objects and animals with positive meanings.
  • Shilin Night Market is one of the largest, most popular night markets in Taiwan. The alleyways of the market form a maze filled with foods and merchandise. Here you can find all the must-try Taiwanese food such as fried chicken steak, tempura, bubble tea, oyster omelet, fried Buns and of course, the most notorious Taiwanese food, Stinky Tofu.
ItineraryExpand All
  • 12:30 Pick you up at MRT Shi-lin Station
  • 13:00 Kuo Yuan Ye Museum of Cake and Pastry:DIY Pineapple Cakes
  • 16:00 Try on Chinese Traditional wedding costume
  • 16:30 Shilin Night Market
  • 18:30 Tour ends at Shilin Night Market
  • Accommodation N/A
  • Food 5 Street foods recommended by tour guide
  • Admissions Pineapple cake DIY fee
  • Transportation Walking tour(Meet at MRT Shilin Station and then walk to the Kuo Yuan Ye Museum)
  • Others English Guide/Passenger insurance/ Tax
  • Availability Departs daily
  • Pick up point Exit1, MRT Shilin Station
  • Group size 1~8 people
  • Book 30 days in advance
  • What to bring Smart casual dress code is recommended Please remember to bring umbrella in case of rainy days
  • Cancellation Policy It takes at least 2 people to make this tour available. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund. Cancellation made less than 24 hours before departure is non-refundable. Cancellation made between 72~24 hours before departure will charge 50% of full payment. Cancellation made more than 72 hours before departure will offer a full refund
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