Hotel Royal-Nikko Taipei

No.37-1, Section 2, Chung Shan North Road, Taipei, 104, Taiwan | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Taipei

Taipei First Day

A travel blog entry by conniefanta

... rooms, hence we were given a hotel room with double beds and a hot tub and a small cold tub. Overall it was again satisfactory, but unexpected.

The third place that we visited was Shiling Night Market. It was very satisfactory as my stomach was filled very quickly with native Taiwanese dishes. Though I didn't expect it to be an actual 'market' as I'd thought it'd be a whole street filled with food ...

Thanks for being my home for four nights, Taipei.

A travel blog entry by gabbb


... my friend a pair of sandals to get me into the Kitchen—not that sandals were exactly way better, but on a comparative note they were. It was funny to see how people were dressed up in the Kitchen: people there must have thought they were celebrities, for they put their shades on even indoors. Another feasible explanation for this behaviour would be that they were blind, in which case they were some very pretentious blind souls. The speed ...

Boarding day!

A travel blog entry by piming


... Restaurant. Realized that the info on the voucher was incorrect. As we were placed in 2nd shift (8pm) vs 1st shift (6pm). As I was trying to figure out how to get in, Alex spotted our group lead, we snuggled behind here and got in.

Waited by the table for a long time for Curtis’ parents. They were definitely trapped somewhere.

Eventually everyone was seated. It’s a sit-down dinner, with meal ordered. ...

The capital city of Taipei

A travel blog entry by newsbob


... There needs to be a better way to accommodate the crowds than allow everyone to pile in.

Our second stop, the Martyrs’ Shrine, was much less crowded. It commemorates everyone who sacrificed their life on behalf of the founding of the Republic of China. It was guarded by two sets of armed honor guards, one at the entrance, and another at the actual shrine. They stood motionless at attention, staring straight ahead and ignoring all those ...

Taipei Food Tour

A travel blog entry by rjdemp


... read Mandarin. We decided to pick at the street food that seemed somewhat recognizable but who knows what was really in that Indigenous Sausage on a stick that Russ loved or in the fruit juice served in a plastic bag with the jelly-like substance floating in it. Both tasted good and our stomachs didn’t rebel. We later identified that the juice contained Ai Yu jelly, made from fig. We still don’t know what was in the sausage. We ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Taipei, is near Hell Valley, Sanhsia Old Street, Wang De Chuan Tea House, and Guai Tzi Ken Country Club.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding