Wulai Pause Landis Resort

Address: No.88 Section 5, Xinwu Road, Zhongzhi Village, Wulai Town, Xinbei, 233, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.88 Section 5, Xinwu Road, Zhongzhi Village, Wulai Town, Xinbei.
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    Travel Blogs from Xinbei

    Typhoon

    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Well.. The typhoon just turned out to be some rain and wind.. I guess the locals know best.. No big deal! I had the day off work for a typhoon day.. Kinda like a snow day but rain instead of snow! I spent the day hanging out with my roommate.. We went to the grocery store then did some facial masks and watched a movie after ...

    Taiwan: A small island with a lot to offer

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jul 04, 2015

    10 photos

    ... Taipei. Taipei is a really well developed city and has something on offer for everyone: whether you're looking for great food, fantastic shopping opportunities, bookshops that are open 24h, great night markets or stunning skyline views, here you can find it all. Furthermore, the city has a contemporary art museum which is definitely worth a visit. Most exhibits will be from Taiwanese, Chinese or Korean artists and will provide an interesting ...

    Danshui Old Town, Temples, Street Market

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Feb 29, 2012

    28 photos

    ... There was meant to be a second temple behind the first but I didnt want to climb up all the steps. Coming back the long way from the fort I was already up on the hill so managed to curve round to this temple. The Tamsui Qingshui Zushi Temple was more larger and elaborate than the first. The entrance was a ...

    Formosa

    A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Apr 17, 2011

    7 photos

    ... colourful with lots of reds, greens and golds. It is pourung buckets now.
    Acroos the street is the Pao-Am Temple and today the people were honouring the birthday of the god of medicine. It was wall to wall people and alot of burning of incense which makes ones eyes water. We were amazed at the gifts that the people brought to honour this god and it didn't matter how old one was as this is something one does every year. Also we didn't wait for the god to be ...

    Gastronomical Adventure

    A travel blog entry by marzyong on Jun 25, 2010

    26 photos

    ... was struggling with the coins because he was still not familiar with it. We had some problems communicating with the owner since we dont speak mandarin. I speak a little but still not good enough. It was like duck talking to a chicken. Lol. but luckily the owner got what we meant after i remember what the drank i like in mandarin which is "chen chu niu nai cha" (milk tea with pearls). We went back to the hotel after drinking the bubble ...