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With mountain landscapes, white-sand beaches, tropical forests, a modern capital and hot springs, Taiwan has no shortage of diverse attractions.
Begin your visit in the country's capital, Taipei. This lively, cosmopolitan city in the north of the island has a history preserved in shrines, temples and monuments. Tour the grand Confucius Temple and view the vast collection of Asian art at the National Palace Museum. One of the city's most popular attractions is the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial, a monumental building dedicated to the memory of President Chiang Kai-shek. Take the fast elevator up the 1,670-foot (510-meter) Taipei 101 skyscraper. Browse night market stalls at Snake Alley and Shilin and stop at a food stall for grilled quail eggs or fried chicken and noodles.
Rent a bike for a cycling trip along the riverside trails encircling the capital. Taiwan is bike friendly with thousands of miles of cycling paths and lanes throughout the island.
Taiwan’s diverse scenery offers plenty of outdoor activities. Just outside Taipei is Yangmingshan National Park, known for its hot sulfur spring baths and mountain hiking trails. Travel to the southern tip of Taiwan for Kenting National Park. Relax on its beaches, dive among corals and go bird-watching in the forests. Make your way to Yehliu to investigate unusual rock formations shaped by millions of years of wind and sea erosion. Hike through Taroko Gorge to the Eternal Spring Shrine. This temple sits above a waterfall and is flanked by mountains.
A great way to see some of the country’s scenery is to take the Alishan Forest Railway. The line climbs through steep forest terrain to the Alishan mountain resort.
If you have time in your schedule, take a short flight from Taipei to the Matsu Islands. Visit the small archipelago’s beaches, temples, forts and tunnels that were previously used by the military.
With its subtropical climate, Taiwan’s superlative scenery, religious sites and outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Very clean, comfortable and amenities all work well. Staff are warm and welcoming, readily giving help in all ways they can. The location of this Hotel is decent in the Taipei Main Station area, just several minutes walk to the train station (Taipei Main Station) and a few bus stops even closer. ...
Comfortable and near to stations easy to travel around. Food is easy accessible and price is ok. Very friendly and approachable people
Great location Good and warm services Breakfast room a bit too crowded
This is our third year to stay in this hotel. The hotel has the great location, service and price. We will definitely visit again.
Very clean and large rooms. Very attentive desk and lobby staff. Large breakfast buffet selection.
Although it’ a little bit expensive, it’s a quiet and clean hotel. Hope the hotel can provide better shuttle bus services to the airport.