Leader Village Taroko
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Despite the fact that there actually a road linking Sun Moon lake with Hualien, public transport required that we travel around the island instead. A tortuous train trip for 5h from Taichung delivered us to the hotel before midnight. Thank haven it appeared to be a brand new hotel and we have a room on the top floor.
Breakfast was a 3 course western affair with salad, main course and dessert. This ...
Breakfast was at 8:30. Oh what a lovely spread of yummy food! Two kinds of vegetable, home made pickled cucumber, home made fermented bean curd, little fish (the local specialty, the tiny tiny kind of white fish), duck breast, and scrambled eggs. Fresh soy bean milk, porridge, garlic toast, and finished with fresh fruit - yellow water melon and pineapple. Very good! Last was coffee. The host Mr. Lin made good coffee with beautiful ...
... stop for this portion of the tour was a jade factory. The only damage made was a $30 bracelet that Mui Yee bought. We arrived in Tai Tung later in the afternoon and stayed at a natural hot spring hotel. This time around it was the real deal. Even the hot water coming from our hotel room tap smelled like spoiled eggs. The pool area across the hotel was a bit aged but it was clean and spacious. It had pools with different ...
... suspension bridges that spanned two sections of the gorge. The view was superb, the rushing milky grey river below and richly forested mountains looming high above. Scattered cloud covered the high peaks giving the scene a mysterious air, and on the bridges a gentle breeze blew across us. The entrance to one bridge looked almost shrine like I thought, and as if someone else had the same idea a sign was placed there forbidding the burning of spirit ...
... for which there is no entrance fee.
As soon as you arrive, get the public orange bus or the free 302 bus. These take you to the entrance and stop along the way all the way up to TianXiang. This is where I stayed.
I first stopped at the visitor centre to leave my backpack for free so I could pick up a map and do the Shakadang trail as its the closest. It was an easy walk and doable for families too. I ...