Sun Moon Lake Chinatrust Hotel

No.23 Chung Cheng Road, Nantou, 555, Taiwan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.23 Chung Cheng Road, Nantou, is near Hong Kong Disneyland, Tsing Ma Bridge, Hiking in Tungmen, and Tunnels.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Nantou

Hong Kong and the wow factor

A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... at the fishing village we were able to spend some time walking around and taking in the atmosphere. The locals were more rugged looking than those we had seen on Kowloon, darker skinned and more weathered. Everyone was very friendly and were happy for us to take pictures of the dried fish stores. The people of Lantau live on fish, both by eating it and selling it. Because they need the fish to keep, they preserve it and dry it. The smell.....the ...

Coming home!

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 28, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... huge building of some kind. We were kind of swept along in a crowd and were lining up for what we thought was a lift, and realised people had suitcases etc. so tried to escape the crowd. We then discovered that we were in the ferry terminal to China! It was a massive complex, full of shops, eateries and entrances to hotels. We were completely disorientated and underground with no sense of direction. We wandered for a while (at least it was cool), and found a sign to Canton ...

Hiking the Dragon's Back

A travel blog entry by lberney on Mar 22, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... about 70 degrees certainly contributed to the popularity.

The initial part of the trail is pretty steep as we climb atop the dragon's back-- or the mountain ridge. Once on top, the trail undulates (hence the name) for about 2-3 miles. The views of the surrounding sea and mountains was amazing. At the highest point, radio controlled planes were being flown like hawks in the wind.

When we ...

A whole valley of happy :o)

A travel blog entry by regal_tang on Dec 26, 2013

47 photos

... highest point in Hong Kong, soaring at 552metres high!

Now most people get the tram (a novelty in itself) up to the peak and walk down, however, as we lived half way between where the tram started and the peak itself, it did not seem wise to backtrack. And so we began the walk to the peak, gradually gaining height, and when the path became steep, Pete wisely informed me that there could be potential of ice cream at the top. He knows me so well! So onwards ...

Life through the lens

A travel blog entry by wizzi_woo on Oct 22, 2013

1 photo

... to tell myself that I need to be taking more photos and encourage the notion to consume me, to become obsessed with being able to live in the past when I'm not living in the now. So I have resolved that in future I will try to take at least one photo of each experience whether it be a day trip, a night out, a meal or a birthday. Capturing one moment to keep as a memory and a reminder but not being dictated to and made a slave to the lens. What do you ...