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- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Naren Palace Puri
Great location near the train station. Nice clean and modern rooms. Wifi only available by renting their device. Weird breakfast offerings: have to order McDonalds or traditional Taiwanese bread in the evening.
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... carvings and statues of them everywhere! After the Temple, we had a little extra time before the train so our driver brought us to a very famous chocolate factory in the area of Sun Moon Lake, which turns out to be a store not a factory...and an overpriced on I might add. The store is temperature controlled and they only allow 3 people in at a time so you have to take a number... We did not take a number but we did buy some of the gelato that was there which was also ...
Sun Moon Lake- very pretty, you appreciate the nature in Taiwan. But, it's just a mountain lake. Xuanzang Temple- Buddhist, honouring monk who traveled to India to study Buddhism and translate scriptures in Chinese, bringing the religion to China. Ci'en Pagoda- built by Chiang Kai Sek in memory of his mother when she died (1971). It's 46m tall, and it's built ...
After consulting the guide book and internet, we concluded that there was really nothing that we want to do in the city.
Following breakfast the next morning, we decided to go out of town to see mushroom growing. We rushed to the bus stop only to wait for the bus that was 30 minutes late. The locals waiting with us informed us that it was nothing ...
... place that to spend more than 5 minutes inside the temple you would need a breathing apparatus set! This particular temple was for the god 'Mazu', this god protects seafarers such as sailors or fisherman and is very popular. The statue residing within the Tien-Ho temple was brought over from mainland China to Taiwan in 1664 and as such is highly revered. According to the Lukang government website one of the 'eight wonders' of Lukang ...
... decorated inside with detailed beam artwork and ornate temple shrines.
The next location I went to was the Confucius Temple. This seemed an older building and less colourful. Absent were temple gods replaced with inscription tablets instead.