Green Hotel

No.60 Ronghua Lane, Ren'ai, Nantou, 546, Taiwan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nantou

Chung Tai Chan Temple near Puli

A travel blog entry by donnaterman


Rachel's friend Luisa asked if we would like to see her Buddhist temple. I was expecting a small local shrine, but this is a world-class monastery, retreat center, research library/museum, botanical garden, and elementary through high school with 2,000+ students. Photos were not allowed on most of the temple, only in the entranceway. Still, it gives you an ...

Colin McRae of the Mountains

A travel blog entry by ablo

Left Guanziling after breakfast and drove to a nearby Fire and Water spring, a natural phenomenon where lit natural gas is spurting up through a hot spring, creating a fire on water effect. Random! Tried some honey water and a random root vegetable from a market then drove on to Alishen in the mountains on Highway 18. The idea was to drive along Highways 18 and 22, then passed Sun Moon Lake and on to Highway ...

Taroko gorge scenic area

A travel blog entry by beoms


... on a fait les quelques sentiers ouverts: le Shankadang pour ses vues sur les eaux cristallines; Lushui pour sa vue sur les montagnes et les pentes de schistes et le Szqlloz Grotto. Le meilleur pour la fin. En effet c'est là que l'on se rend vraiment compte de la profondeur de la gorge et que l'on peut admirer les effets de l'eau sur la roche.
La gorge est vraiment très belle mais j'ai un peu eu une impression de déjà vu (si ce n'est pour ...

Kyoto - Osaka - Taipei - Sun Moon Lake

A travel blog entry by nangarner


So we requested a wake up call for 5:15 AM and they called us at 11:30 PM (waking us both up) to verify that we wanted a 5:15 AM wake up call. Guess who couldn't get back to sleep for an hour. Then I finally fell back to sleep and my cell phone text message went off (I had the phone on for an extra alarm). It was a text from AT&T that my cellphone bill had been paid by my credit card. Some nights are just like that!

We did get a wake up call and a ...

Hehuanshan Bicycle Trip - Taiwan's highest road.

A travel blog entry by livingmydream


This year I've been cycling like never before. I've taken mostly day-trips. Many times alone, but many times with other cyclists. Australian Stephen is my usual partner in crime for cycling. Sometimes I'd go for 10 hours or more of riding in one day!

One of the biggest challenges for cyclists in Taiwan is to cycle over their highest paved road, 14A, past Hehuan Mtn. This area is known as Wuling, or Hehuanshan (shan=mountain). The top of the road is at ...


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