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 Soudelor just leaving Taiwan - my neighbor

    A travel blog entry by kurtmult on Aug 08, 2015

    17 photos

    Taiphoon Soudelor has been the strongest storm to hit the island in the last few years. It covered the whole island, made landfall on the East coast between Hualien and Yilan, where damage is and will be highest, as reports are slowly trickling in as the hours pass. On the island over the mountains the storm made a southern turn to move ...

    All Moved in!

    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Aug 04, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... suppose to have wind speeds between 120- 140 miles per hour! It is considered a category 7 Typhoon and I guess that is why it obtained the name of "super". It you check out the weather channel, they have a wonderful article about it!

    http://www.weather.com/storms/typhoon/n ews/typhoon-soudelor-forecast-west-paci fic-taiwan-japan

    Well, on a good note there is a giant loud speaker right outside my building to let us ...

    Taiwan Culture Tour

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jul 26, 2015

    34 photos

    I was fortunate enough to be chosen as one of 2 foreign teachers to accompany a group of 26 students from Guangzhou to join with Beijing and Shenzhen students in a 6 day tour of Taiwan.

    In total, we had 72 kids, and a bus for each city group. The kids were pretty good, but I did feel a bit sorry for other tourists sometimes when we rolled up with such a big group.

    The first day ...

    Taiwan Week

    A travel blog entry by iamthewizard on Nov 12, 2011

    13 photos

    ... Meal. I. Ever. Eaten. And that says something because Chinese meals are traditionally very big. Got to try shark fin soup, black chicken soup, lobster sandwich thing, it was all so good. Afterwords all I wanted was a nap, but we had to go to the KMT party headquarters. The KMT are much better organized than the DPP, and I'm finding myself leaning more toward the direction of the KMT (even though they are the conservative party). I found out that it's illegal for foreigners ...

    Taipei, Day Two: Paying my respects to Grandma

    A travel blog entry by iddicted on Jan 20, 2011

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... usually do to their ancestors. My grandma passed away in 2007, but I hadn't seen her since 1996, when I was not even 3 years old. I cried a little though, when we burned the incense sticks. After we finished, we visited Teresa Teng's grave and it was raining so much. Photos are included in this post.

    After all that, we had lunch, where Dad was telling the lady that worked there that us kids were from Australia. She proceeded ...