Lees Hotel

Address: No.105 Wu Fu First Road, Kaohsiung, Taiwan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.105 Wu Fu First Road, Kaohsiung, is near Fort Santo Domingo, Chiayi Eiffel Tower Replica, LIberty Bell, and UFO Monument.
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      Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

      Back in Kaohsiung! Shing + Hong

      A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... is on the Top 5 list of places to visit in Taiwan. I'm sure it would be as
      beautiful as Taroko Gorge but Alishan is a little bit too out of the way and I only have a little more than a week left, and so much more to see. I guess one month in Taiwan is not enough! I had the hollow bun I bought yesterday from Anping. On the package it showed to
      break the top part of the bun and fill it will something that looked like an egg and then cook it on a ...

      Meeting Asta and Dada Kovid

      A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... she has been before. As I was getting the chopsticks, she said not to use it. She explained how those chopsticks are recycled. The two lines at the top meant that they have been used twice already and that I would be the last person using it. She also told me about the recent Taiwan food scandal where it was found that a lot of places would be recycling their cooking oil.

      After dinner, I ran to the hostel, which was still 20 minutes ...

      A Relaxing Day at a coffee shop

      A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Dec 04, 2014

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      ... around the same price. I knew D'Well was also located at a very convenient location close to the metro station so I decided to just go back there. The owners were happy to see me again.

      I was not really hungry so I went to the new public library that Che and his friends recommended to see. It looks like a really nice library, with different coloured lights and trees on the balcony of each floor. The exterior landscaping ...

      BUDDHA Land

      A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... startled by the moving figures next to me. It was definitely not fun. I could hear the mechanical parts of the puppets start moving every time and I felt like I was in a horror movie and someone was after me. I tried to zoom through the cave but it seemed never ending and there was no one in sight. It was the longest cave either. It felt like I was inside for hours. I finally saw the gift shop at the end of the cave and was relieved. I have never been so ...

      My First Couchsurfing Experience

      A travel blog entry by kevinnyk on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... of the most interesting exhibit I have seen so far here was in regards to the Morakot Typhoon devastation that was had catastrophic in Taiwan, killing more than 500 people. The extreme amount of rain created mudslides and severe flooding throughout southern Taiwan, burying the entire town of Xiaolin. They had a 3D movie that depicted the mudslides and flooding and how the entire town was buried. It was pretty heartbreaking. The exhibit focused on the events, ...