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There are many temples surrounding Luzhou district. Baoyo Temple is a wooden temple built during the early establishment of Luzhou. The annual Royal Chifuwangye tour and blessing activity are alive and boisterous with drums, while the Yonglian Temple worships the venerable South Sea Guanyin Buddha. It began as a modest monk house which grew into the resplendence of today. If you enjoy visiting relics, do not miss the Luzhou Li Family Historical House. Preserved in the century-old residence are many precious artifacts. In addition, the oldest market in Luzhou dating back a hundred years, the Luzhou temple night market boasts traditional family recipes worthy of taste. As for Sanchong district, it is filled with sports and leisure parks such as picture and check-in hotspot- Happy Waterpark, the wide-spanning city green land- Taipei Metropolitan Park are both places to go for leisure. The vintage atmosphere of the Sanchong air force first village takes a peek at the time of dependant’s village. The vibrant Chongshin Bridge tourism market and Sanhe Night Market are best choices for seeking out various daily necessities and enjoying great food.
Interesting temple offering numerous small rooms for contemplative reflection and/or prayer. The features of the building are typical of many Taiwanese temples although not as bold/ostentatious in appearance. The interior features several impressive shrines along with some highly detailed wood carvings. It is located in the heart of the night market bearing its namesake. Take the MRT to Xinzhuang station...
Quite a distance (ten to fifteen minutes’ walk) from the MRT Xiense Temple Station of the Orange line.
It is a mixed Buddhist/Taoist temple, has a history of over 250 years. The temple is primarily devoted to the “God of agriculture (Shen Nong, 神農大帝) ”. Lots of other Buddhist deities and Taoist deities are also been worshiped.
Impressed with the...
It's very cozy and comfortable to ride bicycle alone this riverside. Taipei government had plan this path very well, made it a pleasure thing riding bike. And you can even see mangrove forest of you ride toward Tamshui. Awesome!
This was a must visit restaurant every time I am in Taipei. For some reasons, their set menu has changed this year. Cut down in terms of variety and quality for the set meals.
Very disappointing. Service standard is still good. Do not foresee myself to visit this restaurant again.
Great service, very polite staff and most importantly, excellent Thai food. The menu offers a reasonable selection for vegetarians well. I ordered the stir fried eggplant and it was sublime. I'd definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for a good Thai meal!
Soup pot was tasty, no need for the barbecue sauce. Food and selection is OK. Place is not bad at all but cleanliness is something to be desired for. I found 2 pcs of hair strands, one in the hotpot utensil and the other in the small bowl.
My family stayed for 5 days here in this hotel and we had a wonderful stay.
We arrived early for check-in, the receptions welcomed us warmly and offered us free ice tea that was so refreshing in a hot day. Our breakfast was good. We would like to go back
We chose this hotel because of reviews, breakfast included and "airport transportation" as listed on the website. We assumed that meant an airport shuttle for Songshan airport, but it simply meant they would call you a taxi! And it was a 30-35 minute ride to the airport, which cut it a little close for comfort. -- just under $400 NTD....
My husband and I needed a place to stay while he studies Mandarin in Taipei for a month or so, because we don't want to stay with family and friends and interrupt their routine. After much research, we decided to give Sparkle Taipei Bridge a shot, and we're glad we did.
We stayed for three weeks, and experienced four different...
The location of the hotel is a bus ride away from places people usually visit like Xi Men Ding and others but the bus stop is just across the hotel and a taxi isn't hard to get. The hotel staff are friendly and breakfast is always served.
The hotel room however isn't exactly what I expected. It was way smaller...