Grace Garden Resort

Address: No.133 Ta Ying Tsun, Hsin Shin Hsiang, Tainan County, 704, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.133 Ta Ying Tsun, Hsin Shin Hsiang, Tainan County.
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    Travel Blogs from Tainan County

    Nice relaxed city

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... at the hotel was surprisingly good with many local dishes and fruits. Then it's an 8 km one way walk to the other old fort located at the original port for Taiwan. We managed to almost lost our guide book which would be catastrophic. The ruins of the original Dutch fort was quite interesting. We tried an oyster fry which was very tasty The tofu dessert 2 km ...

    Technology to the rescue - smartphone translator

    A travel blog entry by birrell on Apr 27, 2015

    2 comments, 48 photos

    HSR - High Speed Rail from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Like Taiwan's bus and metro systems, this inter-city system is excellent.
    And we are discovering there are some pluses to being grey-haired and obviously decrepit - folk offer us the priority seats on public transport! There is half-price for the over 65s, but in most cases this is just for the Taiwanese. They apologise, but we can see the point - they have paid the taxes. Also for museums and other entries.

    Kaohsiung ...

    Second day in Tainan

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 25, 2015

    22 photos

    ... to sit down and rest everywhere I could. This museum was not crowded at all. It was very crowded when it was first built, our guide told us. Now since there is the new ChiMei museum, this one seemed to have attracted much less attention.

    It was mid afternoon when we finished visiting the history museum. Our next stop was an old Japanese department store in the city, which was the fanciest department store in the 1930s. Now it still sells things but is more of ...

    Fenchihu & Alishan National Park

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Mar 30, 2015

    25 photos

    ... witnessed some posters of a very proud looking Chinese chap holding his famous railway lunchbox. They hawked them everywhere - in fact we struggled to find a lunch which did not come in a box! We never explored the mystical goodness of the lunchbox however - we had ours on a plate. We then explored some quaint trails above town taking in the ruins of a Japanese Shinto shrine (moss covered & very Miyazaki-esque), and an old logging path which ...

    Tainan

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Mar 28, 2015

    17 photos

    ... pushed walls over, engulfed door ways and tendrils hang down from the ceiling waiting to make fresh purchase with the ground. We ate a monster pao here which was nearly as big as Catherine's head and looked out over some wetlands and then walked to a nearby temple to have a mooch around. This particular temple was dedicated to Mazu (a god of the sea), we were lucky in that when we arrived some form of ceremony was going on. Some temple members had two large caskets containing ...