Grand Hi-Lai Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hi-Lai Hotel Kaohsiung
Good location, good bfast.
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Went to Fo Guang Shan, largest Buddhist monastery. Very large, with 8 pagodas (each dedicated to something, with different topical exhibits) along the central lane leading to the main building that has various mini-museums and shrines. At each point we could interact with the monks and nuns who told us about the monastery. Behind the main building …
... is completely different!... Also the hostel owner in Tainan took me many places and she always made me welcome, the small hostel felt like home for a while, another typhoon chased me down whilst here and also I experienced a mini earthquake one day (minor earthquakes are fairly common in Taiwan) it was enough to rattle the sliding doors and only lasted a few seconds, but a strange experience! I wondered if I was just daydreaming! So again I've found myself in a country ...
... Plus we'd picked up takeout vegetarian food from a buffet in the basement of the Taipei main bus station so had good food to accompany the journey.
On arriving at a busy Tainan train station, we sought assistance from the Tourist Information booth on buses to get to our hotel. The nice ladies gave us the information we wanted and off we went to get the bus. The bus turned up after a few minutes, but instead of letting ...
... around Taiwan, taking advantage of the rail network. Lots of the things we wanted to see require private transportation to get to, so we’ll have to come back some time and rent a car in order to really see the country! We also decided to try for permits to hike Yushan (Jade Mountain), the highest peak in Taiwan – after the typhoon blows through.
So south we went, and our next stop was Hualien. There really ...
... the 1700's. The old fort was originally built by the Dutch in the 1600's and conquered by a Ming general retreating from the advancing Qing army. We then thought we would walk to the night market which turned out to be an over an hour walk. It was actually bigger than the one we saw in Taipei. Food was good. Bubble tea made with winter melon with pearls was exquisite. ...