Sendale Siraya Resort Hotel

No.92 Jianan Village, Kuantien Town, Tainan, Taiwan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tainan

Day 1

A travel blog entry by tis


We've finally arrived in Taiwan! The plane trip to Kaohsiung was surprisingly short, although it was two hours long. Oh, the time flies! After we landed, we took a bus ride to the E-DA mall and went shopping. The mall was beautiful, and ...

We are the 1%

A travel blog entry by donnaterman

... very nice. One taxi driver was so excited to talk to us, he kept saying "How are you? How are you?" Over and over again. It was cute. Unlike India, they don't stop us and initiate a long chat, or ask to take their pictures with us. They just smile and say ...

Thoughts on Taiwan

A travel blog entry by donnaterman


... are from China, not Taiwan, and are tourists. We wondered how she could tell since most Taiwanese are ethnic Chinese and there's no difference in looks. However, their accents are distinctive, so she can tell when they speak.

Rachel said that there is always someone who knows English, especially on the big island of Taiwan. People are extremely accommodating about our lack of Chinese language skills, and they are generally able to help ...

In the Night Market

A travel blog entry by donnaterman


Kaohsiung has two night markets, open every day of the year. Several blocks are closed to traffic, and filled with food vendors and stalls selling purses, t-shirts, iPhone covers, and tchotchkes. Kaohsiung is a coastal city, so there's a lot of fresh seafood at the stalls. That and something called "stinky tofu" which is apparently an acquired taste, like French cheeses. It was a very fragrant ...

Walking and talking in Tainan

A travel blog entry by ablo

... was closed but we took some pictures of the outside. It was dark now and we’d walked our feet off so took a taxi to Wufei Temple (also closed) and had a beer at a café on the Great South Gate. Ended the trip at Confucius Temple – an impressive building famous in Tainan. Realised many eating places were shutting up shop so we dived into a basic roadside restaurant and with the help of a fellow diner who spoke some English we ordered noodles and rice for dinner. ...


This hotel, located on No.92 Jianan Village, Kuantien Town, Tainan, is near Anping Fort (Anping gubao).
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