Still at Urban Spotlight, there are a number of wonderful coffee shops that spring up in the area and we chose to have our well-deserved dinner at R9.
Decorative twinkle lights and some light bulbs lit the beautiful enclosed al fresco area.
We sat near a small pond with fountain, which was very relaxing.
R9 serves a sumptuous range of Taiwanese fare, and here's what we had for dinner.
We really enjoyed the food and wanted to try out the pizza but we were too full already. The R9 menu includes sandwiches, pizzas, noodles and set meals. Coffee, hot tea, espresso, lemonade, and bottled beverages are also available. Prices were reasonable.
Oh, the joys of lounging on a chair lit by stars while serenaded by live Jazz music, breathing in pure fresh air, and no crowds hovering, what more can you ask for?
For shopaholics there's a great opportunity to shop around at Shinkuchan Commercial Zone located at the intersection of Wufu 2nd Road and Renjhih Street just across the Central Park.
This is where most teenagers and young consumers hangout. It is best known for its variety of goods including clothing, jeans, bags, jewelries and cosmetics. We spent a bit of time just wandering around, popped into a few stores just to check some bags, but nothing really took our fancy so we left empty handed.