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I chose the package of one night stay + breakfast and dinner + aboriginal theater show. The package also includes one entry to the hot spring house at the main street (I'll explain more later). This package costs around NT$5000 for 2 adults and 1...More
The hotel location is definitely the selling point. It is right in front of the Wulai waterfall and our room balcony had a perfect view. The dinner was decent located on the 2nd floor of a connected building. There is a big stage where...More
Stayed there on a Wednesday night and probably because it was a weekday so there was hardly any guest except one tour group. Our 4-person room is huge with two queen bed and a balcony that faces that Wulai Fall. The direct view of the...More
Location: Located at Wulai, we took the train up and spend a night at this hotel. Minimum entertainment except for the waterfall scenery, cable car and couple of souvenirs stores. There are only 2 local eatery that close at 6:30pm if intention is to try...More
Checked in to suite spa 216 with my family. The room came with a karaoke system and the remote control has chinese characters which we are not familiar with, called reception for assistance but they were very reluctant to help.
Room came with buffet breakfast,...More
US$123 - US$199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Bitan Scenic Area with its beautiful mountains and rivers was one of the eight sceneries of Taiwan earlier on and was reputed as the “little red cliff” due to its steep cliffs on the west bank. If you enjoy wandering through this area by bike, there are well established surrounding riverside cycling paths. One may also boat on Bitan in paddle boats which are also quite pleasant. If you are tired and would like to
take some rest, why not set foot in feature restaurants on the east bank and comfort your soul with great food and beautiful scenery with an air of romance. The neighboring Wulai is one of the few districts in Northern Taiwan with indigenous culture. You can visit the Atayal Museum for the history and culture of indigenous people, or go for an in-depth indigenous tribal life experience and enjoy unique totems and architecture. The area is famous for its hot springs and cherry blossoms. Visit in spring to bask in the color of cherry blossoms, and experience hot springs in winter to warm the body and heart. Don’t miss the old street if you enjoy shopping and buying. If you want to stand closer to nature, the different appearance of Wulai Waterfall from time to time from trickling to overwhelming will capture your heart.