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Louachu

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6 reviews
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  • Average33%
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1 Dec 2017
“Lunch”
8 May 2015
“An interesting place to eat, with tons of character.”
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Reviewed 2 December 2017 via mobile

Tucked in a corner along the shifen old street and railway. It's a quaint respite from the crowds. Highly atmospheric with indoor and outdoor decor. And caged squirrels that can run along the outside of the restaurant Had a hotpot meal in chilly weather ,...More

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Reviewed 9 May 2015

This place is located right across from Shifen Railway Station and has fantastic views. The decor is made up of photos and items, from the past. It is nice to walk around and take it all in. The menu was a little limited, but the...More

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Number of rooms
5
Location
Taiwan > Xinbei > Pingxi District
Also Known As
Louachu Taiwan/Xinbei
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Pingxi District
The formerly prosperous mining industry of Pingxi
District has presently bid its time of black gold
farewell, washing off its glories and returning to
simplicity, it attracts travelers to stay by picking
up a downshifting pace.
If you like the mountains and
water, come seek out the secluded Wanggu Waterfall and
the majestic Shifen Waterfall; if you are a railroad
...More
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