Chiayi Chinatrust Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

257 Wenhua Road
Chiayi Maison De Chine Hotel
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Good For Families
  • Families70
  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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Chiayi weather condition

by redshorts

Saw on news that taiwan is experiencing the Mei Yu season (raining) and there are landslides and flood in the southern part of taiwan and Alishan is affected too.

I'm going to chiayi and puli next week.

Anyone knows how's the weather condition at chiayi?

Re: Chiayi weather condition

by nuttyazn

some rains are forecast but it is best for you to check again before you head for that area:
click on 7 Days tourism forecast on the right side of the homepage

Travel Tips for Chiayi

Homework Day

by kenmerk

Heed caution on homework day... Large packs of diligent and determined young Taiwanese English students roam the streets of Chiayi looking for unsuspecting foreigners to help them with their English Homework assignments...

Bears near Ali Mountain in Chia-i County

by eric_ives

In the past decade there have been a few bear sightings in eastern Chiayi County. As you go up the mountain highway toward the AliShan resort area consider stopping in towns such as Stone Table to look around and ask about bears and other wildlife. The people hanging out in the tea shops might tell you stories about deer and bears.
This photograph shows an unfortunate Chiayi County bear along the highway in Shr-Dzoa in January of 1998.

Chiayi City

by eric_ives

"My Time In Chiayi"

I arrived in Chiayi early in July of 1990. I worked as an English Teacher there at the Oxford Language school, then located at the traffic circle at Chun-Shan Road and Wen-Hwah Road, above the New Taiwan Bakery (also no longer there). I lived in Chiayi until February of 1992, when I moved to TaiChung. I've been back to Chiayi in 1994, 1998, 2000, and 2003.

When in Chiayi I have lived in four different places. My wife grew up across from Chiayi Park on Chi-Min Road, and during my returns to Chiayi I've stayed there with my mother-in-law.

Chiayi was a great place to live, and I love to return there for visits. The people are, in general, friendly and helpful. The social workers and community activists in town seem dedicated and optimistic. There is a relaxed atmosphere compared to the big city life I experienced in TaiChung or TaiPei.

Chiayi, although not a suitable tourist destination in itself, is a fine place to spend a day on your way somewhere else if you happen to be passing through. Like TaiNan, it seems many of the Taiwanese customs are preserved. In Chiayi the temple celebrations are well observed, and people take the Seventh Lunar Month (Ghost month) seriously.


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