Taipei Garden Hotel

Address: No.1 Section 2, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, 10065, Taiwan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 中正区 area of Taipei, is near Chishingtan Beach, Ching-Shui Cliff, Liyu Lake, and The Botanical Garden.
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      Catching up!

      A travel blog entry by lairdarmstrong on Apr 09, 2015


      ... to order in a deep wok of oil. It was only as we ate the, that ollie pointed out that they are full of fish eggs and that only the female fish are eaten. Nothing here is quite what it seems...

      On Tuesday we visited the lovely Jinggae Pottery street, a beautiful boulevard lined with pottery workshops and galleries. We had a go making our own pots using potter's wheels, with varying degrees of success. All I managed to get out of it ...

      Made in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Apr 02, 2015

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      ... range at this museum is truly outstanding. Even within a single category, such as ceramics, pieces range over multiple dynasties, and even back to Neolithic times—which means thousands of years.

      We are on Level 3 which contains bronzes, weapons and ritual vessels, and Ming and Qing dynasty carvings. There is also the stunning jade collection, covering weapons, teapots, jewelry, ritual objects and the jade cabbage. ...

      A short journey around Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jan 14, 2015

      200 photos

      ... squirming around – the same was true for Yehliu. After squeezing through the human mob, elated if I could take a photo of these geological marvels without a human attached to it, I headed for the quieter path that lead to the end of the island. Few people ventured here so at last I felt a bit more in tune with nature, especially after I headed off the beaten track and down to the rocky beach where I watched women collecting ...

      Longshan Temple and the Night Markets

      A travel blog entry by jonnyjrroberts on Jul 24, 2014

      16 photos

      ... on to tell us very happily that he was a Christian, who had prayed to God for rain...and God had sent a typhoon! He then went off exclaiming hallelujah a few times, even though I'm not quite sure whether a typhoon is a cause for celebration!
      So after our bus journey, we arrived at our destination for our trip, the Longshan Temple. This temple is very popular and is the number one tourist destination in Taipei. It was founded in 1738 but has since been ...

      Taiwan:11 days

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Oct 23, 2013

      188 photos

      ... I asked a Taiwanese friend of mine and he confirmed that. I realised what a great thing it has done to isolate these people on a island for what, 60years? Same people, same language, same history, yet they have manage to evolve into a great generation of human beings that have a concept of personal space, respect, hygiene and others.
      Afterwards we walked to Longshan temple and again, after seeing so many ...