Tainan Hotel

Address: No.1 Cheng Kung Road, Tainan, 70050, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.1 Cheng Kung Road, Tainan, is near Anping Fort (Anping gubao).
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    Taiwan travel continues...

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Oct 03, 2015

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... then told the bus driver to tell me where to get off, while I just stood and looked stupid, as normal!) on changing bus in Taichung I was lead to the bus stop by a random lady with her daughter who again told me which bus, where the stop was and then proceeded to wait with me for twenty minutes to again tell the driver where I needed to go, she wasn't even getting the same bus but helped none the less and waved me off with a smile! Just another day in Taiwan!! Thank you Taiwan ...

    Temple-tastic Tainan

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 12, 2015

    29 photos

    ... decided to head after the band, and the firecrackers followed us into a narrow alleyway, from which there was no escape. It was genuinely scary and we high-tailed it out of there as soon as we could. We went to more temples to calm down and would sometimes hear more explosions going off in the distance.

    One of our final temples, Chihkan, had the remains of a Dutch fort, built in 1653, as it's base. It has since gone through ...


    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Aug 23, 2015

    37 photos

    ... are steep, green mountains all around and lots of places to stop on the way through to take it all in. The highway itself is also astonishing, and we both thought it was likely the most expensive road we’d ever been on, with dozens of long tunnels, high bridges, cliff-side roads, and barricades to hold back the constantly eroding mountains above. We made several stops in the gorge: Buluowan for eagle-eye views of the canyon below; ...


    A travel blog entry by itzekina on Aug 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Buddha. One of the three Buddha tooth relics are housed here and worshiped by the locals. Taiwanese Buddhists are the "orthodox" version (Mahayana), where all desires are given up- meat, alcohol, marriage etc, and you devote your life to though and helping the community. We then saw the Love River in Kaoshiung and the night market. A lively city, much like ...

    Nice relaxed city

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... the 1700's. The old fort was originally built by the Dutch in the 1600's and conquered by a Ming general retreating from the advancing Qing army. We then thought we would walk to the night market which turned out to be an over an hour walk. It was actually bigger than the one we saw in Taipei. Food was good. Bubble tea made with winter melon with pearls was exquisite. ...