No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Gala Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Gala Hotel Taipei
Travel Blogs from Taipei
... I learned a lot about Taiwan and Taipei.
Enjoyed it so much, we got together again on Monday night, when he and Vanessa took me to one of Taiwan's most famous night markets in nearby Keelong. These night markets are now big tourist attractions, but actually grew up around temples to provide sustenance to temple visitors. As such, they are a key part of everyday life for the Taiwanese. Taipei has about 10 of these night markets. Vanessa loves snacking on the ...
... shopping at CHENGHUANG TEMPLE NIGHT MARKET.
Return to Taipei,visit to MARTYR'S SHRINE to observe the guards changing procession ceremony. Continue to 101 TOWER,continue to DANSHUI OLD STREET.Thereafter, proceed to the most famous night market in Taiwan,The SHILIN NIGHT MARKET.
Flight back home.
Thanks to Angel Tours Penang for those great memory and enjoyable tour.
... to see the food let alone try it so you will have to take someone else's opinion on its tastiness.
In addition to night market explorations we hit up the Taipei Tower for a romantic evening stroll and enjoyed people watching in the area (tourists are always so funny to watch, we do such weird things in other countries that must look normal at home but stand out abroad). On our final day we temple hopped to some of the more famous ...
... is along the river, with rocks overhanging thru out, which provided natural canopy/shad (or natural rock slide waiting to happen, depends on how you look at it). Quite a few walkers, I won't categorize them as hikers, as quite many were wearing flip-flops or high heels.
A short trail, easy one, I was eyeing how to get down to the river if possible. The heat and humidity could be quite uncomfortable in Taiwan. ...
... part of Taiwan together.
Unfortunately the weather was still as bad as it was when I went to the mountains, but we still had a good time together as we chilled out in the hot springs of Jiaoxi, rode the Pingxi train to visit the place where the annual lantern festival is held, were impressed by the rock formations in Yeliu and partied our asses off in Taipei in order to say Goodbye to this wonderful ...