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This family-friendly Taichung hotel is located in the business district, within a 15-minute walk of CMP Block Museum of Arts and National Museum of Natural Science. ...
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Taichung sits in the central west part of Taiwan and is the island country’s third largest city. Its motto is ‘economic, cultural and international city’, which is exactly what it is, with its strong manufacturing industry, world-class museums and numerous attractions. In fact, Taichung is a popular holiday destination and as a result is home to over 200 hotels.Don’t Miss
The National Museum of Natural Science is arguably the city’s most famous attraction; it covers an area of 89,000 square metres and has a total of six venue spaces. It is also home to a museum that is split into four departments: geology, botany, anthropology and zoology. The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is also quite popular and features rotating exhibits as well as having a separate section just for children.
There are numerous temples in Taichung, many of which have great historic value. Of these, the most famous are the Confucius Temple, the Taoist Wen Chang Temple, the Mazu Le Cheng Temple and the Tzu-shan Buddhist Temple. The Wufeng Lin Family Mansion and Garden is also a must; it dates back to 1864 and features an upper house, lower house and stunning gardens.
Visitors interested in Taichung’s natural side should head to the Guguan hot springs in the eastern part of the city. The Japanese built a public bath at the springs in 1927 and today it has been built up into a resort area with a number of great accommodation choices, including the Goya Spring Resort. Taichung Park is also a great place to spend an afternoon as it features a lake with kayaking, tennis courts and a children’s playground.Restaurants and Bars
Local delicacies can be found at street vendors all over Taichung, with Yizhong Street and the Xiang Shang Market being two of the best places to enjoy cheap eats. There are also plenty of other Asian restaurants in the city, with some of the best restaurants being located in the Windsor Hotel Taichung and The Splendor Hotel Taichung. The Fengjia Night Market is a great place to enjoy a beer with locals, though there are also a number of bars along Yizhong Street.Shopping
Feng Chia Night Market is an attraction is its own right as well as being a great place to shop for souvenirs. There are also a number of shops along Yizhong Street for picking up clothing and handicrafts. Taichung is also home to a number of department stores that are great for those that can’t handle the crowds in the traditional markets.