JBG Hotspring Resort Hotel

No.230 Kuang Ming Road. Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan
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Itinerary advise for 12 days in Taiwan - 1st timer for family of 4

by infant78

day 1 – arrive Taipei by Jetstar. Visit Ximending or Shida night market
day 2 – morning Yang Shan Ming + afternoon Wulai (is half day enough in Wulai?)

day 3/4 – travel E-Go bus to CingJing for 2 nights. Is there a public bus to go to HeHuanShan (family of 4 but non of us has a driving license)

day 5 – Puli + Sun Moon Lake (Is half day enough?) Will be staying in TaiChung & visit FengJia night market

day 6 - Alisan or TaiNan?
Alisan : since Alisan railway is not operating, is it worth visitng by bus. Should I go to TaiNan instead as I already have 2 night in Cingjing?
TaiNan : Cigu Salt mountain, how long is the distance from TaiNan train station?

day 7 – evening return to Taipei

day 8 – stay 1 night at Jiufen
How do I plan the sequence for Jiufen + Jinguashi + Shifen + Pingxi + Keelung + Yeliu (should I plan Yeliu/Keelung the next day?)

day 9 – return to Taipei, Wu Fen Pu + RaoHe night market

day 10 – Danshui

day 11 – Taipei 101 + shopping

day 12 – return to SIN

Re: Itinerary advise for 12 days in Taiwan - 1st timer for family of 4

by gotravel123

Hi there,
I've been to Taipei the most number of times so here're some thoughts:

Day 1: Seems ok considering that you'll land early evening. You can either take a cab (since there're 4 of you) or bus to your hotel. I paid about NT1,000 for cab & NT240 for bus. Bus to Taipei city took me slightly more than an hour. If you're staying @ Rainbow, Neijiang, East Dragon etc, then Ximending would be the place to go since it's nearby.

Day 2: YMS & Wulai are direct ends (in a way). YMS is like the 'northen tip' while Wulai's at the 'southern'. You might wanna spend time travelling to nearby spots in order to save time.

Day 8: Most friends of mine don't stay overnight at Jiufen. You can cover Jiufen, Shifen, Jinguashi in half a day actually.

Day 9: There's a day that Wu Fen Pu is closed and only does wholesale business - you might wanna check out so as to avoid.

Day 10: Danshui and Taipei 101 is not near each other. If you're going to Dabshui, you can take the chance to go to Xinbeitou (hot spring and a few tourist spots) Apart from 101, you can visit Eslite bookstore (it's a whole building), or go nearby places like Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall.

On my 3rd visit to Taipei, I went on a 1-day Taipei city tour. It included Martyr's Shrine (where you watch the changing of guards), YeLiu, JiuFen, YMS and Shilin. I thought this wasn't too bad as it gave me time to visit the other places that I wanted to.

I'm planning to go Sun Moon Lake and HeHuanShan in April.. let me know how did yours turn out!

Re: Itinerary advise for 12 days in Taiwan - 1st timer for family of 4

by infant78

guess i have to redo my itinerary.
mmm i will be going to CingJing on 2 Apr, how about you?

I still have not decide to go Alisan or not.
Actually my purpose to Alisan is only the cherry blossom. I not really keen on staying a night since the railway is not operating.

Just wonder if it will be too tiring to just spend 2-3 hours travelling time just to see the cherry trees.

Can I see cherry trees in YangMingShan??

Re: Itinerary advise for 12 days in Taiwan - 1st timer for family of 4

by gotravel123

I think you can catch the cherry blossoms @ Alishan in Apr. Those on YMS might open early, according to research on the web - usually March. Still, no harm trying since you'll be in Taipei anyway. It's not troublesome to get up there.

I'm in Taichung on 8 Apr, only for a night. Might stay another, depending if there're more things to do.

I'm sure you've surfed by this site: http://www.trtc.com.tw/

I use this to help me guage the locations to visit so that I can optimise time at any one area.

Travel Tips for Taipei


People come...

by kiely


People come into your life for a reason , a season , or a lifetime . When you figure out which one it is , you will know what to do for each person .

When someone is in your life for a REASON ... It is usually to meet a need you have expressed . They have come to assist you through a difficulty , to provide you with guidance and support , to aid you physically emotionally , or spiritually .
They may seem like a godsend , and they are ! They are there for the reason you need them to be . Then , without any wrong doing on your part , or an inconvenient time , this person will say or do something to bring the relationship to an end .
Sometimes they die .
Sometimes they walk away .
Sometimes they act up and force you to take a stand .
What we must realize is that our need has been met , our desire fulfilled , their work is done . The prayer you sent up has been answered . And now it's time to move on .

When people come into your life for a SEASON . ... Because your turn has come to share , grow , or learn . They bring you an experience of peace , or make you laugh . They may teach you something you have never done . They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy . Believe it ! It is real ! But , only for a season .

Lifetime relationships teach you lifetime lessons ; things you must build upon in order to have a solid emotional foundaton . Your job is to accept the lesson , love the person , and put what you have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your life . It is said that love is blind but friendship is clairvoyant . Thank you for being part of my life .

Stop here and smile :)


+Find someone who understands you , and expect yourself to be someone who would understand others .
+Smart people love to guess what others keep in heart , maybe , they get it right every time , but lost your heart .
+Silly people love to give their hearts , maybe they are laughed at every time , but they get others heart .

See ?! To be happy is really easy !!!

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Have fun here !!


Peitou Hot Spring Museum

by lhe

This building originally was a public hot spring bath place. Later it was abandoned and converted into the musuem. In the museum you will learn a lot facts about hot springs, such as how they are formed, how many types are there, and where they are located in Taiwan and in the world. You will also learn about the history of Beitou, and its hot spring industry. Although the museum is quite small, I think it is interesting and worth seeing.

Room 18

by kevintx about Room 18

Room 18 (in the Warner Village) did not live up to some of the hype that I had read about it on the Internet. The music was pretty mediocre 'dance pop', the crowd seemed a little shallow, and there were far too many foreigners there. Nice dress required.

Taipei Buses

by lhe

Unlike the MRT system, Taipei's bus system is too confusing for foreigners. There are way too many routes and each route is not straightforward. The route map is clearly presented at each bus station but they are written in Chinese. If you can't read Chinese, good luck!

The good thing is all the buses accept payment by Yoyo card, and the fee is quite cheap, especially you are transfering from MRT.

All You Can Enjoy

by THLIN about WaSaBi

In the fourth floor of Taipei 101 mall, the restaurant offer you authentic Japanese taste from service to food. The food is standard Japanese type, including row fish, multi-flavour shisi, ramen, Japanese BBQ, Their food is fancy and nice to eat. However, as rule of thumb, I suggest you to eat row fish, which has higher marginal benefits, first. Their dessert has a wide selection. From Japanese type to Western type, they even have sweet red bean soup to offer, which is always the best choice in cool winter time. And I like their fresh row fish with wasabi sauce, which makes the best cool stuff in the winter.
Their ramen is not a bad choice, you can chose from OuLong to ramen and add side dish that you like.
Their Japanese fried starter is very good, too. I like their cheese potato, which reminds me of a lot of childhood memories.
After the meal, you can chose Chinese tea, coffee, or ice cream to balance you tone and stomach.


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