Evergreen Laurel Hotel

Address: No.63 Sung Chiang Road, Taipei, 104, Taiwan | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on No.63 Sung Chiang Road, Taipei, is near White Sand Bay, Sanhsia Old Street, Guanghua Market, and Sand Island (Sa-Dau).
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    Travel Blogs from Taipei

    Typhoon

    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... is really nice and I am glad that I got lucky with a down to earth roommate!
    As we were watching the movie, the sky got pretty freaky.. Crazy colours i took some pictures because I had never seen anything like this before! Well off tro work on this early Saturday morning.. Long day, up a 7am and don't finish work till ...

    Taiwan: A small island with a lot to offer

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jul 04, 2015

    10 photos

    ... lucky to have such great company. I hope I will be back one day.


    Next stop: Cambodia!


    PS: another great thing about Taiwan for most Europeans will be that you don't need any kind of visa. You just turn up at the airport, fill out a landing card and get a stamp in your passport. Very convenient compared to a visa for mainland China for example.

    PPS: China, I still like you even if your visa process is a bit more ...

    圣诞快乐(Merry Christmas)

    A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Dec 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Ximen, feasted my eyes at the Nanoblock store and soaked in some of the culture. Met a friend for dinner, originally we planned to take the bus to Keelung and visit the night market but the weather was not great, instead we went to Dongmen. It was a very special Cantonese dim sum restaurant. Lovely food and nice atmosphere. The night ended with a couple of stollies from 7-11 (55NT each, $2). And that's how I celebrated Xmas in ...

    Taipei 101-The Final Days

    A travel blog entry by morgangoche on Jun 01, 2014

    20 photos

    ... Taiwan being the so densely populated it was surprising to see open space. When we got to the city, we went straight to a nutrition conference with functional food booths and research boards. Some graduate students from CMU had their research boards there and we got to talk to them. Dr. Chow came with us and for lunch we ate a famous dumpling restaurant, her two daughters, one in high school and one in college, also ...

    Taiwan? ROC? Chinese Taipei?...

    A travel blog entry by fredtrip on May 08, 2010

    8 photos

    ... neighbors even though they speak mandarin (and write traditional mandarin as opposed to Chinese simplified one). A bit more sophisticated and reserved maybe. Some Japanese heritage could be? Warmer people, too.

    Funny stats
    - Population: 23M
    - Mobile phones in use: 22M
    - Estimated percentage of population (including infants) without mobile phones: 5%
    - Percentage of Taiwanese who shop online: 45%


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