Kingdom Hotel

Address: No.238 section 1 Kuan- Fu Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.238 section 1 Kuan- Fu Road, Hsinchu.
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      Travel Blogs from Hsinchu

      Arrived in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by sdtrent on Jan 01, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... spent New Years on the plane. during the flight we got to talking with one of the flight attendants and she told us that there was a flight leaving from Taiwan to Thailand at 9 am so are talked to the flight desk and they let us switch toe flights. This was supper convenient because otherwise would would have been stuck ...

      What to do during a layover at Taoyuan Airport

      A travel blog entry by minten on Dec 15, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Having fulfilled my coffee need I decided to buy a snack to bring on board my next flight. The terminal is packed with different shops, and I figured I could easily find a bag of chips or similar somewhere. That turned out to be somewhat of a challenge, and the closest thing I found was candy (but I didn't want anything sweet) and braised chicken legs in a bag. I decided against that snack, still not adventurous enough, and went to my gate hoping there would be food on my ...

      About choosing breakfast wisely

      A travel blog entry by minten on Dec 14, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the airline is Taiwanese and maybe serves better Asian food than western? I decided to go with the egg dish, which turned out to be a cheese omelet. It looked a bit too cheesy, slightly sweaty and sad, and had a thick slice of ham on top. I reconsidered my choice, but at least I had fresh fruit, a croissant and a raspberry yogurt on the side. In the omelettes defense, it looked sadder than it was and it was also hiding ...

      Sugar is not what makes life sweet

      A travel blog entry by michaella.95 on Oct 20, 2013

      14 photos

      Can you please put some more sugar in there, 謝謝 (thank you)

      Taiwanese people, do not enjoy things that are very sweet. If you will enjoy something sweet you will have some very bitter tea along with it, for balance. Happiness is the very same, it requires balance and sugar is not what makes life sweet.

      Throughout exchange I know there will be a lot of ups and down. Sometimes communication can be ...

      Superlatives, Superstitions and Super Typhoons

      A travel blog entry by welovemondays on Oct 07, 2012

      16 photos

      ... are sweeping out the good fortune that a new year will hopefully bring.

      Don't even get them started on ghosts. Ghost Month is particularly intense, but year round you will see people with braziers outside their homes, burning ghost money or sometimes even cardboard Ferrari's for their ancestors. The belief is that they need money and posh wheels in heaven too.

      But when it comes to Ghost Month, this really intensifies and also includes ...