San Sui

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

No.181 ChungShan North Road,, Taipei, 104, Taiwan
Green World Inn - Chung-Shan
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 21% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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Forum Posts

MRT question and beitou question

by 9tigers

for MRT I read that it is best to get an easy card, as it will provide discount and all for metro and bus. but is there also unlimited weekly deal as well for traveler's any discount for ppl 70 years old?

also I want to go to places around taiwan that I absolutely do not want to miss
is beitou one of those? I know the geothermal valley is kind of cool and also the outdoor hot spring is kind of cheap, but what about the folk art museum is it necessary? it cost about 100NT ...

ty for all ur help

Re: MRT question and beitou question

by 9tigers

I found out about this
Taipei Pass

‧There are 4 types: 1-day pass (NT$180), 2-day pass (NT$310), 3-day pass (NT$440) and 5-day pass (NT$700).
‧After ticket holders have activated the pass on buses or MRT gates, the pass is valid for unlimited Taipei Metro rides and Taipei City/County bus rides while the ticket is valid.

do u tihnk it is worth it, does taipei metro include trips to beitou for example?

Re: MRT question and beitou question

by 9tigers

also do I need to buy ticket beforehand or the pricing is the same once i get to beitou station? since I have to transfer to spur train to xin beitou station


Re: MRT question and beitou question

by nautalius

I know it's probably late... but with MRT you can buy tickets at MRT stops you dont have to book in advance. and yes, Beitou is part of MRT lines and included in MRT ticket price.
i used the taipei easycard while i was there... very convenient. I;m sorry that i dont anything about the Taipei pass, or how much value it is... depends how many places you plan to visit within a day :)
Also, Beitou is worth a visit, must see "Hell Valley".... I think the folk arts can be skipped.. although the area there is very nice and scenic :)

Travel Tips for Taipei

The receipt lottery

by ngcsc

As you buy something in the convenience store at Taiwan, you will get a receipt for you purchase. Don't throw it away.... this might win you big money.

The Taiwan Government launched a lottery system years ago to keep track of the income of the retail business.... don't ask me the tax system, I am not sure as a foreigner.

Anyway, the numbers on the receipt is the lottery number.... they have lottery pick every 2 months. And they'll publish the lucky numbers on newspaper.

Some say, they will not stay in Taiwan for that long period..... still, don't throw it away, you can actually donate the receipt to socail welfare organization. Sometimes you will see there is a box just right in front of the cashier or the shop.... it is for the organization... you won't it will win a big prize or not but you create an additional chance for the social welfare organization.

Bring your own plastic bags- they charge for it

by arieshorse

I highly recommend one of those samsonite hard case luggage. I bought this ceramic dragon on the side street going to Tiger Mountain and I just put it in my luggage. It was in perfect shape when I got back home.
Hard case luggages are good for long travels. You're not sure how they handle your baggages. I love to travel during winter season. I always go to Taiwan during the month of January and February. Its not that cold (for me) specially if you grew up where it snows and drops down to 18 degrees.
Just a couple of jeans, one nice slacks, couple of tshirts and one or two nice top if you're ended up going somewhere nice.
One tennis shoes and one nice sandal. I noticed that they keep on giving away free slippers in taiwan specially the hotels...hehehe I have this small first aid kit that I always bring with me. Lots of alcohol pads, bandaids, and ointments in case something happened to me. If you have any allergies, it is better to learn how say in chinese 'where the hospital is at' just to be safe. I only brought my minolta digital camera with 2 gigs sd card. I can record videos on it too and its very handy. don't drink any top water there. always drink bottle of water or juice. I love their milk tea there.
Learn how to navigate/ride the Metro in Taipei. Once you get the hang out if then you can go anywhere by yourself.
Also, once you get to the airport, grab as many as information you can get.


by deeper_blue about 7/11

You can't walk in Taipei for more than a minute without spotting a 7/11 or one of it's many rivals on the street. Taiwan has athe highest density for 7/11's in the world, sometimes they will even face each other across a street. Inside you can find hotdogs, but more prominently displayed are the local tea eggs and steamed buns.

The best way to get around in...

by SusanitaL

The best way to get around in Taipei is definitely using the MRT (subway). It will take you everywhere, its convenient and easy to use. Its divided into 5 lines. The Kunyan line, Mucha, Tamsui, Peitou, Hsintien and The Yellow line.

The Must-try Must-queue restaurant!

by Yijie about Din Tai Fung

The deco of the restaurant is traditional chinese. Almost every dish that we tried is good. Plus, the service is also top-notch. However, be prepared to get a queue number and wait cause' there is always a crowd! It has to be the steamed dumplings. Every one of these dumplings contains some excellent soup stock besides the meat filling. There is a special technique to eat them. First, put the dumpling onto your spoon. Second, bite a small hole on the skin and slurp up the soup. Lastly, dip your dumpling with any sauces you like to finish it. That's it!

P.S: The dumpling skin is very delicate. Handle with care! ^_^ Don't waste the soup...


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