Erin Hotel

No.10 Alley 123, Songjiang Road, Taipei, Taiwan
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Forum Posts

Jiufen,Pingxi,Keelung

by zwphang111

I would like to visit these places. Is it possible to cover all these places in one day and what is the best transport options? Thank you.

Re: Jiufen,Pingxi,Keelung

by carlos882

Yes,it's possible to cover these 3 places in one day,
the best transport option is by bus/train
the route could be like this:
1.Jiufen >BUS> Ruifang(transfer station)
2.Ruifang >TRAIN> Pingxi
3.Pingxi >TRAIN> Keelung
but sometimes it's faster by bus from Pingxi to Keelung(3),
depend on the train's timetable.

Re: Jiufen,Pingxi,Keelung

by nuttyazn

I'd do Pingshi first early morning.Taipei to Rueifang by train ,Transfer to Pingshi line get day pass for NTD54, You can get on and off on that line . Check timetable as trains are not frequent.DO NOT USE THE EASY PASS FOR THIS SECTION.Buy your Ticket to Rueifang at the counter.
After Pingshi, head back to Rueifang by train, then switch to bus from outside the convenience store for Jioufen.
After Jioufen,take the bus directly to Keelung for Miaolow and the Night Market.Bus signs - in English and ChineseFrom Keelung to Taipei Many buises from Outside the station if train is not available.

Travel Tips for Taipei

Keep to your RIGHT

by pingerrain

When I was there, taking the underground trains around the city, I was quite taken aback by how discipline and considerate they are.

All of the people there queue to board the train in an orderly manner.

When you are taking the escalators, keep to the right if you are standing, and the left is for people who are walking up or running up.
If you are in the left lane, you gotta constantly move up and do not stop to jam and block the people behind you.

In the walking tunnels, keep to the right constantly. The on coming people will do the same and the centre lane are for those in a rush.
Talk about consideration.

They've really done it.

Goddess of Mercy

by keeweechic

On the third level of the park is Kuan Hai Pavilion. This where you get the best views of the city. The best known landmark of the park is a white 25 metre high statue of the Goddess of Mercy in which you can climb a stairway up inside. It is the biggest Goddess statue in Southeast Asia.

Location : Chungcheng Park, Ta Sha Wan Shan, East of Keelung City

Huahsi Street Night Market (µØ¦èµóÆ[¥ú©]¥«)

by sunnywong

Haushi Street Night Market is located nearby Lungshan Temple. The night market, together with night markets on Guangjou Street, Wujou Street and Shichen Street have formed a large unique market. Various commodities are sold here and it is one of the favored sites of tourists. A Chinese traditional post stands at the entrance of Haushi Street Night Market. Chinese traditional lamps are hung along the street. There are old, historical shops along the street that provide great dishes. For example, the tanszi noodle restaurant, the favorite of Japanese tourists, started its business here. Other great dishes like meat soup and squid soup attract many people. In the summer, chopped ice plates and fresh juice are in great demand. In the winter, dishes with Chinese medicine attract many visitors.

Some roads in Taipei look nice...

by Pete_Thera

Some roads in Taipei look nice with all the trees planted. Each street tends to have its own character with just one type of tree planted in the middle. During rush hours traffic can become pretty heavy. Constant rainfalls and occasional floods worsen the condition.(please visit 'streets of Taipei' travelougue for more pics)

Local rolls

by dmirebella

Street vendor food - and this was at Shilin Night market.

I first assume that this was a savoury dish with perhaps a potato filling . However, I was proven wrong when this crusty pastry item was then crunched and rolled into a light pita bread. It has a red bean filling and is sweet.

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