Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel Kaohsiung

Address: No. 219 Ho Ping First Road, Kaohsiung, 800, Taiwan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No. 219 Ho Ping First Road, Kaohsiung, is near Fort Santo Domingo, Chiayi Eiffel Tower Replica, UFO Monument, and Blue Lagoon Waterpark.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

    Taiwan travel continues...

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Oct 03, 2015

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... areas, also I found myself in a bike hire shop again and cycled back to have a look around Kaohsiung city and the also the famous Buddhist temple and centre at fo guang Shan, I daily rides of around the 100km mark no longer seem so daunting! It was nice to settle in Tainan for a while and get familiar with surroundings as I had done in Hualien, you get to know a few faces in shops and restaurants which gave me a sense of belonging somewhere, something you ...

    Temple-tastic Tainan

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 12, 2015

    29 photos

    ... as Ming, Qing, Japanese and Kuomintang (China's Nationalist Party) and had a great feel to the place.

    In the evening, we went back to the vegan restaurant and didn't order stinky tofu. However, someone else did and it really stank. Luckily, he ate it quickly and that helped the smell to dissipate. We could still smell it when we got back to the hotel. It's truly something not to be forgotten!

    Next stop - Kenting!



    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Aug 23, 2015

    37 photos

    ... park, and we were excited to be able to get out into the mountains once again. It’s been a long time!

    The trails and huts in the region we were to hike had all been closed since Typhoon Soudelor went through the day we arrived in Taiwan. The morning we left for Yilan, we had some great news: everything was open again! Then we took a look at the weather forecast, and had some terrible news: another typhoon was coming our way, and ...


    A travel blog entry by itzekina on Aug 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Buddha. One of the three Buddha tooth relics are housed here and worshiped by the locals. Taiwanese Buddhists are the "orthodox" version (Mahayana), where all desires are given up- meat, alcohol, marriage etc, and you devote your life to though and helping the community. We then saw the Love River in Kaoshiung and the night market. A lively city, much like ...

    I spy with my little eye...

    A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 24, 2015

    37 photos

    ... The difference escaped me as they all appeared to be worshiping him to me.

    Something beginning with D......Then we moved to the other side of the pond where the temples are Buddhist and Dao. In Dao temples several different gods are worshiped. It seems anything can be a god, including humanised gods. The temple we visited had as its main god a Doctor from centuries ago. The story has it that the doctor saved the life of a ...