Ta Sun Hotel

Address: No.170-172 HanZhong Street, Taipei, 108, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.170-172 HanZhong Street, Taipei, is near Chishingtan Beach, Hohuan mountain, Ching-Shui Cliff, and Liyu Lake.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Taipei


    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... is really nice and I am glad that I got lucky with a down to earth roommate!
    As we were watching the movie, the sky got pretty freaky.. Crazy colours i took some pictures because I had never seen anything like this before! Well off tro work on this early Saturday morning.. Long day, up a 7am and don't finish work till ...

    Taiwan: A small island with a lot to offer

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jul 04, 2015

    10 photos

    ... lucky to have such great company. I hope I will be back one day.

    Next stop: Cambodia!

    PS: another great thing about Taiwan for most Europeans will be that you don't need any kind of visa. You just turn up at the airport, fill out a landing card and get a stamp in your passport. Very convenient compared to a visa for mainland China for example.

    PPS: China, I still like you even if your visa process is a bit more ...

    Une autre Chine/ Another China

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 04, 2015

    9 comments, 3 photos

    ... I showed them some documents but I felt they were still not convinced. At one point the nun said to me: " for a long time now, I do not accept that people talk to me on that tone of voice Go in your room now!" . But then it is better to laugh at it than to dramatize it. So I repeated  the words she had just said on the same tone than I laughed and she laughed too. Yet she accompanied me to the elevator I needed to take to go to my room. To be continued ...

    Belly full of Food

    A travel blog entry by jeff_yack on Oct 28, 2014

    24 photos

    ... with you during the entire time, your senses are exploding in pure delight. Every corner you turn you are greeted with smells of curries, sights of dumpling bamboo steamer baskets stacked 10 feet tall, and sounds of sizzling skillets whipping up mee gorengs. Walking the streets, I felt like I was Augustus Gloop entering Willy Wonka’s chocolate room and singing…”come with me, and you’ll be, in a world of pure ...

    Taipei, From Guacamole to Dumplings

    A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Apr 08, 2014

    18 photos

    ... br> was going to be tight. All was going well until we got to the China Air check
    in counter with only two passports! Hmm Panic! Mark retraced our steps back and
    got as far as the immigration counter but he wouldn’t be let any further back
    than that. He gave the security there at the door his name and they disappeared
    only to reappear with his passport. Lucky escape from potential days by the
    beach in California that was!

    Our flight to Taiwan ...