Mountainside Escape

Mountainside Escape

Sean

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is a townhouse and situated close to the mountains, so it's pretty quiet during the night without the hustle from the main street of this community. The street outside my house is 8 meters wide and convenient to park. There are 2 Japanese restaurants, 1 hot pot restaurant, a ramen restaurant, 1 Taiwanese cafeteria, and countless breakfast shops that make it unnecessary to cook in the morning.

MORE ABOUT HUALIEN:

Nicknamed Taiwan's back garden, Hualien seems to have something for everyone. For those outdoor lovers, they can set off to Hualien Harbor, where the boats will take them out for an exciting two-hour dolphin watching trip. Seeing the naughty creatures leap high in the air, play in the waves and race with the ship is indeed an unforgettable sight. After that, they are welcome to visit the magnificent Taroko Gorge. This towering marble-walled canyon carved out by the blue-green Liwu River has long been praised as one of Asia's picturesque wonders. As for those who are fond of aboriginal culture and history, Hualien is the right place for them because it has the most concentrated tribes such as Amis or Rukai. To explore and experience the authentic tribal customs, they can join the harvest festivals taking place every summer. The highlights of the celebration include sampling the signature dishes such as roasted game meat and mochi as well as dancing with the locals to the strong beats. I am confident that tourists can satisfy their eyes, their souls and their taste buds in one trip to Hualien.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Our house is a townhouse and situated close to the mountains, so it's pretty quiet during the night without the hustle from the main street of this community. The street outside my house is 8 meters wide and convenient to park. There are 2 Japanese restaurants, 1 hot pot restaurant, a ramen restaurant, 1 Taiwanese cafeteria, and countless breakfast shops that make it unnecessary to cook in the morning.

Cool bars
It's a quiet residential community with some nice family-friendly restaurants and eateries around all within walking distance.
Cozy cafés
85 C
Retail therapy
Carrefour Hualien Store, Far Eastern Department Store
Bit of culture
https://goo.gl/maps/2jvrZzqr1SW2qr4d9
Walks in the park
Levee walk & mountainside views
Day tripping
Taroko National Park, Highway 11 East Coastline Scenic Area

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