Lishin Hot Spring Resort

Address: No.61-5 Guanziling, Baihe Town, Tainan County, 702, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.61-5 Guanziling, Baihe Town, Tainan County.
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    Travel Blogs from Tainan County

    Beautiful Mountain

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 07, 2015

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    ... squeaked horribly and a leisurely walk for the next few hours around ponds, temples and some huge Taiwanese Red Cypress trees. The oldest one still standing is estimated to be over 2000 years old.
    We checked in at the hotel to find out that the only source of heat is a heating blanket. Hot water is only available between 6 pm and midnight. There are only disposable paper face clothes and paper bath towels. ...

    An interesting interlude

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... with a store nect door. We tasted some very nice Oolong and were treated to home grown peaches. So, we brought some tea.
    We took a walk and stumbled upon a plant boiling bamboo shoots. They told us that they harvested them on the mountain beside the village.
    Dinner was delivered to the B&B probably by another relative of the owner. We had steamed ...

    Fenchihu & Alishan National Park

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Mar 30, 2015

    25 photos

    ... it won't! It was a beautiful place though. In particular the small Japanese temple, tree spirit shrine and mountain views. We didn't stay long at the giant cypress as there were about 200 people crowded around it!! Even though it was just a small transit town the peace and quiet of the Fenchihu trails were something we were very grateful for! We were on borrowed time at Alishan and had to catch the 2pm bus to our next destination: Riyuetan (Sun moon ...

    Riding into the mountains

    A travel blog entry by sting on Sep 29, 2014

    rented a scooter for the 100km trip into the mountains to climb taiwan's highest peak, Yushan.

    stopped for a 5km sidetrip to Fenihu...walk around, eat railway lunch box.
    move on to Yushan, get my police permit organized, eat and get to sleep.
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    Roaming

    A travel blog entry by sting on Sep 28, 2014

    got up early, had a bite to eat and was over to my other hostel early. arrived and they invited me for a huge breakfast that they cooked for the wedding goers. after eating, visited the railway garage, prison tour, ate slushie, fish soup and turkey rice.
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