Grand Forward Hotel

Address: No.189 Section1, Sianmin Blvd.Banciao City, Xinbei, 220, Taiwan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on No.189 Section1, Sianmin Blvd.Banciao City, Xinbei, is near Maokong tram, Green Island, Keelung Peace Island, and Green Island Lighthouse.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Forward Hotel Xinbei

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Xinbei

    Sunday Taipei

    A travel blog entry by allie_rtw_2014 on Oct 12, 2014

    11 photos

    ... with bags on and it's not touched, I am sure this how england was when I was young. So many families out playing with the children, Sarah and Tilly are somewhere but I know they are safe, it's great so relaxing, plus the sun is out. Flower market next - wow amazing orchids and so so cheap. The we did a silly thing - went to a jade market. Found Caitlin a little bracelet that cost 200NT$ (spoilt child) and me a necklace and Heath got a new key ...


    A travel blog entry by sting on Oct 12, 2014

    went to wulai to river trace the jia jiu liao stream, but with the rains yesterday the supposedly easy river trace seemed pretty extreme. had to abort after about 40 minutes as hit a spot where water was up to my waist and the bottom of my pack was submerged.

    got back to the parking lot and saw a group of 3 taiwanese gearing up with full wet suits and life jackets. confirmed that the river is much ...


    A travel blog entry by sting on Sep 25, 2014

    Arrived just after 6am, caught the bus into town, ate, and checked in to the hostel. Then, since I was feelig good despite my long flight, got right into things by going to Yangmingshan and climbing Cesing mt and checking out the volcanic activity. Ate cheap wonton soup plus pot stickers at the underground mall.

    Dharma Drum Mountain

    A travel blog entry by lorena.dame on Oct 19, 2010

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... and looking over a view of the valley and the ocean. I was so in awe. We woke up everyday to be ready for morning services which start at 6 (!) For the temple services we had to wear these long black robes and line up-girls in one line, boys in the other. The services themselves were mostly chanting the whole time which was tough because...I don't know Chinese or Sanskrit....haha but they did have books 'in english' however they weren't very much ...

    Taipei. ROC?

    A travel blog entry by jlewsutherland on Jan 08, 2010

    10 photos

    ... time in my life that I, the white, middle-class, English speaking, male, was the obvious minority. It was like a weird Michael Critchton Sci-Fi novel. I spent quite a bit of time trying to find someone who could speak English and direct me towards customs. Moments after I had accepted I was the only foreigner in sight, a Chinese couple approached me and asked in perfect English if I knew where the customs were. It turned out ...