Lalasan Resort

Address: No.189-1 Hualing Village, Fusing Town, Taoyuan, 330, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.189-1 Hualing Village, Fusing Town, Taoyuan.
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Maokong Gondolas!!

A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Sep 08, 2015

1 comment, 29 photos

... the mountain (in their cars). They gave me their schedule(which was written in mandarin) and invited me to come back and hike with them! The funniest part about the whole thing is that while I was at the temple, I saw 2 students (brothers) that I teach on Fridays!! Like typical adolescent boys, about 12 & 14, they were totally embarrassed to see me! Their parents were thrilled and came over and introduced themselves! They are members of the group and ...

Taipei 101 at Night

A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Sep 07, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... store, which by the way is very popular here.. The elevator is pretty cool, although it is not see through or doesn't have a glass floor, it is the fastest elevator I have ever been in. They have a beautiful lights display on the ceiling and they have a diagram to let you know how fast you are travelling, your ears pop like on an airplane during takeoff!! I have posted pictures of the view, the elevator and some of the beautiful items they have on display for you to ...

What to do during a layover at Taoyuan Airport

A travel blog entry by minten on Dec 15, 2014

3 photos

... theme gates would be one for air travels, one representing Taiwan (including hot tea sampling) and one for the postal service. According to a sign I read, they're planning a Stitch-gate next (from the movie Lilo and stitch) I updated Facebook with a picture of my HK gate find using the slow but free WiFi available at the airport. They also had free internet stations, where I was able to charge my cellphone as well (using the regular US charger!). After my phone was fully ...

Taipei 101

A travel blog entry by beckano on Mar 01, 2011

97 photos

... Taipei metro was incredibly easy to navigate. It was also inexpensive, efficient, well designed and immaculately clean. There were several recycling sorting areas, glistening bathrooms and even private breastfeeding rooms for new moms at each station. We sped along underground until we reached the Daqiaotou Station. Since neither of us can speak Mandarin with any great success, Stefano assigned new goofy names to each unpronounceable place. For example, Daqiaotou ...

Happy Birthday Taiwan

A travel blog entry by hullick on Oct 13, 2010

76 photos

... free time so we met outside with our drinks, it was threatening to rain but it turned out in our favour. After Kat and Joe went in for the night...Heidi, Ria, Emili and I took our wine in a bag and proceeded to do tai-chi, play soccer, laugh alot and do yoga outside in the it was....memorable. The next morning, after a fantastic breakfast (there was french toast!) we got back on the bus and went to the city of Hsinchu (south of ...

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