Beauty Hotels Beautique

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No.14 Lane 38 Tianyu Street, Shilin District, Taipei, 104, Taiwan
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Planning to go to Taipei for Holiday in Sept

by lene0610


I'm planning to go taipei in mid september for holiday but understand that it is the typhoon season. Anyone can give advice if its still advisable for me to go there? Will it be raining everyday there?

Re: Planning to go to Taipei for Holiday in Sept

by Patsfan1967

Typhoons, when they do occur, generally will pass through in a couple of days. Typhoon season is the same duration as hurricane season in Atlantic (July to November). This season, so far, has not been that active. Has been hot and fairly dry since May. I would suggest making your plans and just monitor the weather in Taiwan closely. If you are in Taiwan for the week, odds are that it will not be raining every day. I can assure you that it will be hot though (30 to 35 deg. Celcius).

Re: Planning to go to Taipei for Holiday in Sept

by lene0610

Thank you for your quick response.

I'm just worried if i go there i would be stuck in the hotel because if the rain and the typhoon. Then it would be a wasted trip for me. I actually just went there in end June and the weather was hot and it drizzles at night. Not much of heavy rain and no typhoon. So was wondering if sept would be better or the same as June.

Re: Planning to go to Taipei for Holiday in Sept

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Hualien for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 86f / 30c
Low 72f / 22c
Rain 7.20in / 184.0mm
Rain days 15
Hours of sun 6
Daylight hours 12
UV level 10 = Very High
Humidity = High

Re: Planning to go to Taipei for Holiday in Sept

by nuttyazn

Normally a Typhoon hitting Taipei directly passes in a day so no worries.
This year, most typhoons have passed us by and we have had no rain as in previous years therefore-water shortages.
In Sept, i dont think you have to worry too much if things are going on as it is now. As mentioned by the previous forumer-climate Changes doing not to mnice things here. Yesterday it was 39.4C in Hsinchu!!

Travel Tips for Taipei

Betel Nut stand!

by Don_Wright

The betel nut stand is popular in Taiwan, and is easily recognized by the neon lights that radiatiate out like spikes from a central point.

The betel nut is grown in Taiwan and sold at these stands where scantily dressed girls help attract men who buy the betel nut!

Chewing the betel nut is like chewing tobacco.


by keeweechic

Wulai is about an hours drive from Taipei. There are the falls and an aboriginal village where you can watch and participate in a concert performed by the Aborigines of their traditional dances and ceremonies of Taiwan's Tai Ya (Atayal) tribe.

are also known for their custom of tattoing their faces.

There are something like 160,000 aboriginals just in the east and north of Taiwan. Those tribes are the A Mei, Tai Ya (Atayal), Pu Nung, Pei Nan, Lu Kai and Ya Mei Tribes. It is thought that the Tai Ya tribe arrived in northern Taiwan around 1000 BC to find refuge from their original home in northern Japan. Their original home in Taiwan was Hsinchu.

Location : Taipei County, South of Taipei.

Getting There : By Car from Taipei drive southward down Roosevelt Road through Jingmei and connect with Beixin Road in Hsintien, then take the Taipei-Yilan Highway to Qingtan, take a left on Provincial Highway No. 9A (Xinwu Road), and on to the Wulai Scenic Area.

Heart of the city

by ngcsc

Taipei Railway station is in hte heart of the city. Every traveller should know this place as it is the central station where almost every kind transport stop or transit here. You'll get Airport buses to CKS airport, Metro, Train and of course taxis and buses.

Out of this world Dumplings

by cheekychic about Ting Tai Fung

Ting Tai Fung was listed as Top 10 Restaurants by The New York Times. This busy restaurant specializes in dumplings and simple food (or what the Chinese call "small eats"). In front of the restaurant, in a tiny work area with large billowing steamers, the cooks can be seen rolling out the dough to stuff the dumplings.

As the restaurant is very popular among Japanese tourists, we have to go early to get number for our table, and given a menu to order our food first (all done in front of the restaurant). We (& many patrons) waited about 30mins for our number to be called.

Seating about 30 epople on each of four floors, the place is sparkling clean. The whole restaurant was computerised with very efficient & polite waitresses. After we were seated, our food arrived in 5mins (talk about good service). According to my Taiwanese friend Maggie, each table takes about 30-45mins to finish the meal, in order to cater for the huge crowd. Never have I seen such a systematic restaurant. Specialty of the restaurant is dumplings. Other recommendations: Steamed chicken soup, soup in dumpling, & baozi.

Danshui Tie dan (metal egg)

by MizBlack

Loosely translated as "metal egg" this is a speciality in danshui. The tie dan(metal egg) is basically an egg which was stewed extensively and reduced to the size of a quail egg. The egg feels rubbery and i personally do not find the egg tasty but do try at least one egg to get a taste of it since it is a speciality of danshui.


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