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Tastemaker Tommy Lei (@mybelonging) Spills His Taipei Travel Essentials

Tommy Lei, founder and “styleteller” of menswear and lifestyle site MYBELONGING (and @mybelonging on Instagram), just came back from a whirlwind trip to Taipei—and now he’s here to tell us all about it, including what he brought and wore along the way.

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Tommy’s Taiwan Packing List

“I try to pack for function and with purpose at all times. Since the weather can be a tad humid in Taiwan, even in the winter months, I included items that would allow me to maintain a travel grooming routine that is easy but still effective. And as a content creator and immersive photographer, I also had to throw in a few tech items I can’t live without.”

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What He Wore

“On my trip, I made sure to stop by MUME, one of Taipei’s premier Michelin-starred restaurants. It’s important to double-check the dress code policy for this type of venue. I usually opt for something that is casual chic or cocktail-appropriate.”

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His Spa Essentials

“Beitou (北投) is the spa capital in the Taipei area. My friend and I booked Villa 32, an exclusive hot springs bathhouse and resort in the heart of this enchanting region. There are only five bathhouses on the resort; each one is private and can accommodate 4 to 6 people. I recommend relaxing away with a deeply-hydrating hair masque on. While the bath water comes directly from the hot springs, it’s important to rinse off to remove the mild sulfuric smell and replenish the skin afterwards.”

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