Spa World Spring Resort

No.283 Guang Ming Road, Peitou District, Taipei, 112, Taiwan
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Visiting south taiwan in december

by dorisong

Hi,
Planning to visit Kaoshiung, Tainan & Taichung with family members this December (about 10 days). Since we're on a budget, like to know if it's easy and cheap to travel on our own. What are the places we should not missed? We love nature...so scenery instead of shopping. What about the climate in december? Greatly appreciate your reply. Thanks to all!

Re: Visiting south taiwan in december

by bleo

i think there is not budget problem cause the south place always very cheaper than Taipei , if you like nature place u should visit KenDing under pingtung country.and visit night market in Tainan.by taking MRT in Kaoshiung to visit some famous places .

Re: Visiting south taiwan in december

by ViajesdelMundo

I visited those areas by myself nearly 40 yrs ago and it was fairly easy--because even when I got off track, people very kindly assisted me, and they knew no English and I knew no Chinese!! Probably now that there are more 'foreigners/tourists' coming thru, it has even gotten easier!

(Specifically, on a local bus I went beyond the stopping place I wanted and when I finally got off and showed someone the name of where I wanted, they took me over to the correct bus stop to go back and WAITED with me, then told the Bus Driver what I had done [and all the passengers laughed out loud at me!], but they insisted I NOT pay any more,and the Driver then instructed me where to disembark! Everyone was always so courteous and polite, even though it was very strange to them to see a young girl travelling alone.)

Re: Visiting south taiwan in december

by nuttyazn

Within each city, travel is not a problem and is inexpensive. Will you be arriving and departing from Kaohsiung?? Or Taipei??

Remember: Individual City Maps available free at the tourist Info center in the Airport ,most Major city at the Railway stations, city centers e.t.c.

Then there is the Special Train Bus Passport: Free boat ride on SML e.t.c. you have to go through the website, i dont read Chinese:
http://ppt.taiwantourbus.com.tw/
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2009/08/07/2003450559

http://www.tit.com.tw/page_e/magazine1_1_1.php?id=2231&soft=2226&pg_tit=2009

Taiwan Visitors Association (Singapore office)
5 Shenton Way, UIC Building, #31-11, Singapore 068808
Office Hours: 0900~1230 / 1330~1700 (Mon~Fri)
Tel: +65-6223-6546/7
Fax: +65-6225-4616
E-mail address: tbrocsin@singnet.com.sg

Climate from Cool to cold. Check the weather situation once again a week before departure.

Re: Visiting south taiwan in december

by dorisong

We'll fly in & depart from Kaoshiung. Thanks!

Re: Visiting south taiwan in december

by Skybobble

hi,

is it possible to share your itinerary with me? thanks in advance!

Travel Tips for Taipei

Betel nut chewing

by mim95

Many Taiwanese love betel nut chewing. They are not difficult to find in Taiwan. I've never tried it myself but ppl say that it's bitter but stimulating. You chew it and spit out red juices, and your mouth will be red as well.

The social problem associated with this habit is the "betel nut beauties", girls in sexy clothing selling the betel nuts.

Jiu-Fen

by kiely

Take the train from Taipei Main to Ruei-Fang station. And either catch the bus up to the mountain or take a taxi ( $150). We took the taxi coz it was just faster and more comfortable.
The night view is what this place is famous for but we didn't hang around so long. We went up to the mountain at around 11:00am and left the place at around 3:00 pm. Lucky us, cos that way we didn't hit the traffic.

Nearly every night, Taipei...

by AndreasK

Nearly every night, Taipei pulses until midnight with bright lights, tasty snacks, and crowds of people buying or browsing through night markets. The markets offer fun, bargains, and generally sell a variety of traditional products, casual clothes, fruit, and snacks. Most vendors speak only Chinese, so pen and paper are needed for bargaining. Night markets frequented by students generally have the best bargains on food, and clothes. These include Shihlin (north of the Grand Hotel) and Kungkuan (near National Taiwan University). Other major night markets are Huahsi Street (picture), and Tunghua Street near the World Trade Center.

Best soup dumpling outside of China

by beaverk about Din Tai Fung

Dim Tai Fung is world famous. They now have branches in Japan, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Los Angeles, and Taipei. This is the place to go for Shanghai soup dumplings. The skin is so thin and the soup...yummy... Soup dumpling with crab powder, hot and sour soup, the pork chop....and on and on...all good!!!

Wow, wow Brownies!

by kiely about PS. Cafe Record

Little cozy place for ya to hang out with ur friends. After shopping around Dun-Hua S. Road you might want to sit down, relax and have ur aftrenoon tea here. They have the BEST brownies in the world. U have to try to know. Brownies- $100 NT
Afternoon tea price: $180 NT --- including dessert and drink

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