Category: Taiwan

Cimu Bridge and Yue Fei Pavilion

After a complimentary morning tour to Changchun Shrine and Swallow Grotto, we were brought back to the hotel for lunch. After lunch, we arranged for a driver and car to bring us to the rest of the Taroko Trails. The driver also played the role of a guide. He first brought us to the Cimu

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Changchun Shrine and Swallow Grotto Trail

Our second day at Taroko. We woke up early and were feeling excited to join the three-hour guided tour organised by the hotel as part of the hotel stay package. The first stop was to Changchun (Eternal Spring) Shrine, then to Yanzikou (Swallow Grotto) Trail. The Changchun (Eternal Spring) Shrine is an oriental temple located

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Taroko National Park

We woke up early for an early breakfast and check out from Eslite Hotel to head to our next destination. We took the MRT from Taipei Station to Hualien Station where we waited for the hotel’s mini-bus to pick us up to the Silk Place, the hotel where we put up for two nights. The

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Frame (Sun Moon Lake)

Sun Moon Lake

This week’s photo challenge is Frame.  Picture of sunset at Sun Moon Lake framed by the nature. For more on my trip, check out Taiwan Trip   Thank you for stopping by Audrey Enjoyed what you read?  Follow my blog, subscribe using your email to stay up to date or like me on Facebook @audreysimplicity.   

Bye Taiwan!

228 Peace Park

My final day in Taiwan before catching evening flight back.  Had breakfast at the local eatery near Sheraton.  Walked past a church, walked through the Taiwan National University Hospital, then chanced upon 2/28 Peace Park. 二二八和平公園   2/28 Peace Park On 27 Feb 1947, an agent from the Government Monopoly Bureau found a 40-year old woman, surnamed Lin,

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Day 6 at Sun Moon Lake and Taipei

Taipei

My day 6 in Taiwan, the day I bid farewell to the beautiful and surreal Sun Moon Lake.  For my earlier postings on my trip to Taiwan, check out Taiwan Walked around The Lalu and visited the Wen Wan Resort, the resort hotel next door, before heading back to Taipei.  The Wen Wan Resort is on

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