No.3 Yi-chiang Street, Taipei, 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

... to the stuffs in Bangkok if you've been there.

Lunch was at Modern Toilet restaurant, which has a very unique theme of - you guessed it - all things in the toilet. This starts from the signboard, which is a glorified XXXXXL sized toilet bowl. My steamboat came in the shape of a toilet bowl too. The guys at the next table ordered this bread that came in the shaped of a pile of ****, we couldn't stop laughing at how ridiculously it is to be eating this ...

The Great Escape!

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

Woke up early today at 7am because we got a long day ahead of us. First thing in the morning we head over to 南港 train station to take the 8:35 train over to Ruifang.

This is an actual small town outside of Taipei, surrounded by lots of mountains and nice scenery. Really has a town feel. First order of business is breakfast: we ate at a beef noodle stall that the ...

Leaving Wulai

A travel blog entry by tbugs1


... did not want any sashimi. The staff dealt with it efficiently and we ended up with cooked fish. We could have done with just three courses. There were 4 entrees or starters before the main meal of sukiyaki. Such a waste. Dessert was red bean soup with several small rice dough balls. Joseph and I were quite familiar with the taste but many did not touch it. More than likely, it was just a bit too much food although this time, it was really delicious. It is such a ...


A travel blog entry by hsinyu


Arrived into Taipei in pre-cyclonic weather, and the humidity envelopes you immediately, covering me with a thin film of moisture. Ah, how I miss the suppleness of the tropics. How odd that when I start to remove myself from needing to seek signs of approval and belongingness to this land and people, I start to see the quite lovely humanity emerging here. I have photography to thank for ...


This hotel, located on No.3 Yi-chiang Street, Taipei, is near Ximending District, Fine Arts Museum, White Sand Bay, and Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines.
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