The Landis Resort Yangmingshan

No.237 Gerzhi Road, Yangmingshan, Taipei, 111, Taiwan
The Landis Resort Yangmingshan
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  • Solo100
  • Business66

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flying into tpe

by nej85

Ill be flying into tpe airport and i have a 12 hr lay-over before i connect to bkk, does anyone have any suggestions on maybe where to stay(thats inexpensive), and if it is a safe airport for someone traveling alone

thanks
jen

Re: flying into tpe

by nuttyazn

Hi
You did not mention at what time your plane arrives. Are you flying EVA?? They have an Ariport Hotel for EVA passengers.
If you are arriving in the day time, then a trip into Taipei city and a budget hotel for a few hours is possible.
Hotels near Taipei Station. Just take a KuoKuang bus to Taipei Station-abvot NTD125/-
These Hotels are walking distance from the Bus stop.
See you Hotel http://www.taipeionestarhotel.com.tw
Miyi Hotel: http://www.miyi.com.tw/
Keymans Hotel: http://www.keymans.com.tw/

For your return, the bus terminus is also walking distance from these Hotels:
http://crazyazn.webs.com/busstationtoairport.htm

Re: flying into tpe

by pangaeatours

Hello

Not much to do in the airport. There are some places to eat but no tv's anywhere. They do have a hotel in the airport paid by the hour. They also have free tours you can take outside of the airport. So depends if you want to sleep or see Taipai. There are also couches in the eating area where you can lay down for free.

Brian

Travel Tips for Taipei

Petou Hotspring Museum

by yatingchen

Petou Hotspring musem was hotspring hall built up in Japanese colony time. The museum reserves not only the hotspring hall, but also introduces the hall's history, shows Taipei hotspring origins and geography.

No ticket, just for free. It kills your time and lets you learn knowledge about hotspring.

Keelung

by keeweechic

Keelung (which means rich and prosperous land) is north of Taipei which overlooks the East China Sea (Dunghai). Mountains surround the city on three sides. It has interesting history of the Spanish landing in 1626 in search of a natural harbour to expand trade in the Far East. The area is quite hilly rather than flat and because of its location, was important for protecting the Taipei area from any attacks. Keelung used to be called Jilong which meant hencoop.

Location : North Taiwan

Getting There : From Taipei, take the train or the Chung Hsing bus from Taipei Train Station's East Station. The trip takes about half an hour.

All you can drink

by deeper_blue about Various

Imagine an all you eat buffet but with alcohol instead, well it's alive and well in Taiwan, many nightclubs have an all you can drink policy. Pay about 600NT entrance and you can drink to your heart's content/kidneys' limit. Just don't get too legless, Taipei can be dodgy for noisy foreigners at night.

Airport

by THLIN

There are two giant local air carriers, China Airlines and EVA Air, and yes China Airlines is our government owned national carrier. Theese two airlines have widely connected to South East Asia, Japan, and the US. China Airlines will be joining Skyteam in the near future. There are about 20 plus flight flying between Taipei and Hong Kong, if it's too expensive for you to fly directly to Taipei, it's another way to visit.
The airport is NOT located in Taipei city, it takes 30 to 45 minutes from downtown Taipei to arrive. The bus fare is NT125 (USD 4) and Taxi service is NTD 1,000. (USD 34) Buses go to all main hotels in Taipei and Taipei Main Station, you should not be worried about it...

Breaded Sausages

by dmirebella about street vendors

Like a typical sausage filling - however rather than having a sausage bread, the dough/batter surrounds the meat and is deep-fried *yes* it is fattening to say the least but its well worth it ! I tried the cuttlefish sausage - simply amazing.

Comes with an array of sauces for extra flavour. Give the sweet chili sauce a go for the extra 'kick'

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Address: No.237 Gerzhi Road, Yangmingshan, Taipei, 111, Taiwan