Among the most popular destinations in Taiwan, particularly in Taipei, Taipei 101 and Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall are the one’s that’s hard to miss. These two are more likely the epitome of Taiwan, though I’m telling you there’s still so many great places to explore in this island. It’s just that in our generation today, in order to get everyone convinced that you had actually been in Taiwan, these two landmarks are sufficient enough to be used as your proof. 😀
Firoz Shah Kotla is a fortified city founded in 1354 by the Tughluq sultan Firoz Shah. It for sure hold some of India’s darkest part, yet the complex currently enjoys patronage of architectural revolution.
Built around 1700’s, this century-old mausoleum garden tomb is famous among tourists and has inspired a lot artist enthusiasts. And why wouldn’t it be? Its famous styling from former Mughal rulers, the use of marble sandstone which always give the visitors that classical vibe and of course, a place of worship inside helps you feel so harmonious.
The second garden-tomb features the Lodhi Garden, formerly known as the old Lady Willington Park. Inside the enclosed wall are tombs of the former rulers, the earliest tombs were built way back around 1400 AD. The structures are mixed of Hindu and Muslim architecture, thus, one can find a Mosque inside the garden.
I suddenly missed India these days. I never really thought of getting back to writing until #gradschool life makes me wanna do unwind a ‘lil bit. I thought of these drafts for too long (way toooooo long 😀 😀 😀 ) and they kept hunting me.