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Wugu District is suited for outdoor activities. Six hiking trails were planned in the Guanyinshan Natural Scenic Area with their respective features. The entire pass is forestry with the sound of birds and insects. A walk through the trail not only strengthens the body but also soothes the mind. The broad breeze canal is an international standard competition waterway, with athletes often gathering for a race. The Luzhou Embankment pet sports park beside the canal offers a good place for parents and kids to go pet walking. Linkou district encompasses both leisure sport and temple features, with sports parks and golf courses for the exercise savvy to enjoy. There are also tourist factories to experience the heart of an industry and DIY fun. The first Japanese OUTLET PARK in Taiwan, MITSUI OUTLET fully satisfies shopping desires and offers a variety of delicacies.
This was a really impressive temple full of reverent worshippers, yet photography was okay. It was impressive in design and very well maintained. The people were very nice and (our experience throughout Taiwan). This is NOT a tourist trap, my wife and I appeared to be the only non-locals, but I didn’t feel like I stood out as a tourist....
The museum itself is OK but the DIY workshop was great. We get to make our own socks at NT250. If you don't join the DIY workshop then you have pay NT100 to visit the museum. They have a shop that sells socks that they made including some branded ones like YSL, Elle, Fila, etc.
On a recent 12 hour layover in Taipei, I ventured out to the Mitsui Outlet Mall, which was only 20 minutes from the airport by MTR. Lots of food options but I craved some "Taiwanese" food, so I chose Dian Shui Lou.
As a solo traveler, it's always hard to decide what to order when there are so many choices...
The meat quality is good. The price is reasonable. You better go there during off-peak hours. Recommend you use their wait list app so you can draw the number on your cell phone and know how many people are waiting.
1st time to 4 Points. Enjoyed a complimentary beer in the restaurant. Large comfortable, well-lit, carpeted room. Clean and luxurious feel in the room. Within walking distance to the Outlet Mall.
Tasty, healty, good variety of food was available for breakfast. I liked the fresh nuts !
The facilities are well thought through. We were in the Balinese suite which came with 2 jacuzzis, one in the toilet and one outdoor. The one outdoor is like the Japanese style type where you sit and your whole body is totally soaked in the pool up to the neck. The amenities also surprised us, other than the normal amenities,...
"Memorable !!, I wish my husband came with me. My room can take a family of 5,no kidding."
reviewed 7 October 2019 by yafen4
Staffs- Need to improve English.
Parking and breakfast- included, because it is a motel, motor hotel.
Motel in Taiwan,means a love hotel in Japan, but way better condition than the counterpart in USA.
Check in- not until 8 pm, since they do love hotel in the day time, figured.
I suggested if they offer 3pm to check in, and charge...
This hotel is in the middle of nowhere. The decor is straight out of 1982. There are no smoke alarms or sprinkler system. The restaurant food is tasteless.
The golf course is very good and higher rated. The family run restaurant just outside from the hotel and to the left 100m, is very nice with friendly service.