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Most visitors to Taiwan begin their stay in Taoyuan County, as this is where the island's major international airport is located. Those who spend longer than just a stopover in the county, however, will be rewarded with a colorful tapestry of cultures, a thriving metropolis and magnificent natural surroundings.
Explore Taoyuan City, the county’s capital, visit a theme park, or spend some time getting to know the historic district of Dasi. Between the coast and the cities you’ll find ancient cypress forests, enormous reservoirs and many hiking areas to explore.
Head to Taoyuan City’s spectacular Jungli Night Market, where you'll find hundreds of stands selling food, handmade goods and fresh produce. Try local delicacies, such as smoked chicken or calamari rolls. Visit Dasi, just to the south of Taoyuan City, to see an interesting mix of European, Japanese and Chinese architectural styles in the township's Old Streets. While in Dasi, visit the Cihu Mausoleum, dedicated to Chiang Kai-shek, the Chinese military leader.
From Dasi, take the children to the Window On China Theme Park in nearby Longtan. It has traditional rides, models of iconic buildings from around the world and a water park in summer.
Taoyuan County is rich in natural beauty and eco-tourism is on the rise. The Shihmen Reservoir is one of the most spectacular attractions in the area. Eat at the local seafood restaurants lining its banks. In the Xiao Wulai Scenic Area you’ll find dense forests and fertile valleys. Walk above the trees on the Xiao Wulai Sky Walk, a pedestrian bridge that is suspended high in the air and takes you across the valley. Hike through the Dongyan Shan National Forest with views over Taipei to the east.
Though the county has an excellent system of buses and trains, renting a car at the airport or in the city allows you to explore the region at your own pace. Taoyuan County enjoys cooler temperatures than Taipei and in summer hiking is a popular activity with visitors.
A lot of kids activities but due to rain many were not accessible.
Old but nice hotel. Great breakfast buffet with lots of variety for everyone.10 mins walk to nearest subway station. 5 mins walk to Zhongli Night market which is quite big in size.
Great that they have a few shuttle bus to and from the airport. Very good customer service during check in and check out and also the handling of luggages. Nice hotel!
The services are great and they are very polite and recommend to friend
The hotel was all that we needed for a 16hr layover in Taiwan. Less than 10min taxi ride to/from the airport. Check-in was smooth and so was arranging a taxi pickup for our flight in the morning. There's a 7-11 about a 5min walk. And the breakfast buffet featured enough choices. Will definitely book ...
I just stayed for one night. But I got the bug bite in the morning. I got a big skin issue when I came back from travel. The sanity of this hotel is a big concern.
Nice resort with a beautiful park across the street, free bicycle rental and game room is a plus. If you drive, it’s easy to get to.