Leader Village Taroko

Address: No.231-1 Fushih Village, Sioulin Town, Hualien, 972, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.231-1 Fushih Village, Sioulin Town, Hualien.
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    Taroko the beauty of Taiwan

    A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... The place is run by a man called chillpapa and he so sweet and helpful. He speaks little English but its enough to get by. The place was clean and very basic which was enough for me. It cost me 400 dollars per night which is cheap compared to the other places and hostels around. My stay was pleasant and I would defo recommend this. It looks down onto the river and you will even see monkeys swinging around. The people are ...

    Hiking in Taroko National Park

    A travel blog entry by mktravels on Feb 12, 2015

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    The only real thing we had planned during our Taiwan visit was a trip to the Taroko National Park.   Yaroko is famous for its spectacular mountains and marble canyons. Cliffs and canyons exposed and cut by the Liwu River has created impressive grand canyons. We set alarms for 0630 and just made it to the early train.  The previous day we had missed the train having slept in because M was up all night monitoring (on BBC text) the Wolves score. Role ...

    Trip to Taroko Gorge

    A travel blog entry by luciaferris on Jan 25, 2015

    ... confirm that the translation was correct and completely literal. It seems this is one mystery that will remain unsolved.


    Probably our biggest adventure in Taroko Gorge was when we attempted to go hiking around the beautiful national park. On our first morning in the park we woke up early, ready to go out on a big hike, however, we were informed by the hotel reception desk that to do the hike we wanted a permit had to be acquired ...

    Taroko Gorge

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Dec 06, 2014

    24 photos

    ... of the brochure readers, so they are right....? Anyway, the guide was very talkative and that bored me so much. The tour itself was also poor. I spotted many beautiful scenery from the bus, but the bus just passed by the places and stopped at boring places. So I took nice pictures mainly from the ...

    Cycling along the East Rift Valley - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Nov 27, 2014

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    ... bikes and motorcycles had their own lane, which was as wide as the car lane. In some areas along the way, there were some dedicated bike lanes with some rest stops that had benches. I was really impressed with the cycling path here. I felt safe throughout my whole journey.

    The first part of the journey was relatively flat and I was averaging 25km/h but then started to get hilly and had to slow down. The first place I found that had ...