Ta Sun Hotel

No.170-172 HanZhong Street, Taipei, 108, Taiwan | Hotel
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Day 4

A travel blog entry by tis


We cannot believe that time has flown by so fast! Today was the fourth day of our trip! We took a four hour bus ride to the village of Juifen. There we went shopping on a very narrow street with a lot of shops, and we had a lot of fun at a shop that sells prank toys. After that, we went to the ...

A bit of history and heights

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

... The food itself was expensive but tasted pretty ok.

故宫博物院 ;After topping off with some ****** food, we headed to the National Palace Museum. The place is swarming with tourists, mostly from China. It houses the major artifacts that were rescued (or stolen, depending on your political leanings) by the Kuomintang during their escape from China in the civil war. Cool stuffs but kind of alright I guess.


The Great Escape!

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

... recommended. The beef is really tender and melts in your mouth. Quite a huge difference from the tough meat one usually gets in the city areas.

Then we found CoCo! Got my favorite 三兄弟 and thoroughly enjoed it. Also bought a super big cup of donggua cha at another store nearby.Headed back to the train station where we bought the day-pass along the Pingxi-Line. For NTD52 each it was really worth ...

Leaving Wulai

A travel blog entry by tbugs1


Owen had suggested last night that we should walk back into Wulai town centre, take the tram up to the tram museum and then the reverse back to the hotel. We should be back by about 10.15am. Only a few of us took him up on the offer - Nance and Graham, Lyn and Colin, Diana, Pam, David, Takako and myself.

We left the hotel at 8.15am after a quick breakfast. It was slightly drizzly so we borrowed the hotel's umbrellas. Along the way, there were workers ...


A travel blog entry by lilynomad


... need to go believe it or not. It boasts the best collection of. Chinese artefacts which, luckily, were saved before you know who could do anything bad to them!!

The weather when we arrived was a balmy 22degrees and definitely did not lessen.

So we found managed to find the bus back to the city and bought very yummy and insanely cheap sushi before hitting the underground. We got back to where ...

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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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