Howard Plaza Hotel Kaohsiung
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung
It was travel day today. Our coach and driver had departed with our luggage for a 300km trip to Kaohsiung. Our bags had to be down by 7.30am and we were to take another coach to Hualien Train station about an hour and a half away. It had been raining all night and was still raining as we left. The weather was meant to improve as we went southwards …
The title of this blog is technically Trademarked by Michael Hartwell at dinner tonight, however, since we are in a land where trademarks are loosely interpreted.
Today was a LOOONNNGGG day. We left at 6:45am to the metro, we then transferred to the High Speed train, which averages 273 KM per Hr. The train was about an hour and half, to span the entire country. We spent the day in Kaohsiung in southern ...
... be the hardest part of traveling in Taiwan. I tried the local shrimp wonton type things and Michael had pork fried rice. We then caught the bus back to near our hotel and then walked back from there. Amazingly finding our way straight away. For dinner we went to an excellent bakery down the road. It was a bit of a challenge to order drinks but with a lot of pointing and hand gestures I managed to get two chocolate shakes. Not the healthiest dinner but it was ...
... When we arrived at Taipei HSR station we decided to have lunch there. As always the food was excellent and inexpensive. I've had soup noodles with pork wontons. Very yummy. Back at our accommodation for the last three nights we unpacked one more time did some laundry and Rachel did some doctors visits as well. After that we met with Jerry. Rachel's friend from ...
... for me to cope with the heat. Most of the time we spent indoors anyway. The displays are quite nice but from what I saw on their website it was a bit underwhelming. From the aquarium we now finally went to Kenting for lunch/dinner. I have read up on Kenting before the trip. It is the entrance to a National Park area with stunning scenery and wildlife, lots of small fishing villages and a Marine conservation area off-shore which is supposed to offer some of the best scuba ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services