Green Hotel

Address: No.60 Ronghua Lane, Ren'ai, Nantou, 546, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.60 Ronghua Lane, Ren'ai, Nantou.
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Travel Blogs from Nantou

Taroko Gorge

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Dec 06, 2014

24 photos

The best tourist attraction of Taiwan is Taroko Gorge. I just joined a day tour and it was quite boring. The English brochure said the guide is "foreign language speaker". I thought that meant English speaker, but actually he was able to speak only Chinese. Chinese is a foreign language to me ...

Cycling along the East Rift Valley - Day 1

A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Nov 27, 2014

25 photos

... but hit a little speed bump. The bike rental place I was going to rent from is closed on Thursdays! I did not notice the sign before. Determined to leave Hualien today, I went back to my hostel and asked the girl who was at the reception desk if she knew of any other places. She did some research and found another place I could rent a bike from for my journey. It was close by but opened at 11 am. I had two hours to kill so I decided to sit down ...

The Marble Gorge

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Nov 17, 2014

10 photos

... hostel.


I'm awoken early for my tour to Taroko. This national park in north east Taiwan is on pretty much everyone's radar and if you have ever been here you know why. Walk along the dizzying rock cut trail barely inside the cliff face, meander through the tunnels at Swallows grotto or shimmy across the river on rickety suspension bridge. This park has something for ...

Taroko Gorge - Top Taiwan Beauty Spot!

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Oct 26, 2014

6 comments, 88 photos

... coast of the island about a third of the way down in the south, and a 3-hour train trip back.

Once we got there, the day started with some bad news - there was a rockslide that covered a section of the road that would stop us from exploring the gorge. That - and earthquakes - appear to be fairly common occurrences here. Probably because of that, it only took them about two hours to clear the way, and we were able to just reverse ...

Taroko

A travel blog entry by sting on Oct 09, 2014

Stopped and got my police permit, hiked 500m of the Shakadang trail that was open, Jhuilu Old trail, Swallow Grotto, then to the Waterfall curtain/Baiyang Waterfall trail... returning with stops at the status and temple at Tienhsiang plateau, pavillion at Cimu Bridge, Yeli pavillion, and Eternal Springs shrine.
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