Sunmoonlake Yuan Forest Homestay: 3D2N Forest Star Room Stay for 1 Person with Mandarin Airlines Return Flights

HK$1,850
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The deal

Forest Star Room

  • 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,010 (rrp. $3,550)

Forest Quad Room / Japanese Style Room

  • 3D2N stay for 1 for $1,850 (rrp. $3,550)

Hotel at a glance

Awake to the reflection of the sunrise on the pristine Sun Moon Lake within elegantly styled rooms of concrete, wood, and glass at The Sunmoonlake Yuan Forest Homestay. Situated by the shore of Taiwan’s largest body of water, the angular building provides the creature comforts of modern city living amidst the natural setting of the lake and its surrounding forests and mountains. While at the homestay, lounge around within spacious rooms, take a dip in the pool, view fireflies at night, or go on a tour of Sun Moon Lake.

Flight schedule

Hong Kong to Taichung

  • AE1820
    • Departure: 10.10am
    • Arrival: 11.45am

Taichung to Hong Kong

  • AE1831
    • Departure: 6.31pm
    • Arrival: 7.50pm

The room

Forest Star Room

  • Queen-size bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 2 people

Forest Quad Room

  • 1 queen-size and 2 single bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 4 people

Japanese Style Room

  • 1 queen-size and 2 single bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 4 people

Hotel facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Outdoor pool
  • Tours
  • Bus services

Taichung, Taiwan: What to see and do

Up to 2.7 million citizens make up the populace of Taichung, affording the city’s ranking as the third largest among the island of Taiwan’s five special municipalities. The emergence of Taichung as a consolidated metropolis after the integration of its respective City and County in 2010 has cast its urban sprawl into a recent paradigm of rejuvenation and sprucing up of sorts, in efforts of moving past its affectionately christened persona as the Mechanical Kingdom.

Located within the central district of Taiwan’s West coast and covering an expanse twice the size of Hong Kong, the broad breadth of Taichung houses a conglomeration of panoramas, among which lie the mountain terrains of the Dongshi and Heping districts wherein tribal congregations of Hakka and Atayal peoples reside respectively, as well as the Beitun District and its constituent Dakeng Scenic Area where nature hikes come illuminated with firefly sightings between April and May. Piquing the fancy of more urban-friendly folk, Taichung’s cityscapes extend the verdant reach of nature as aforementioned revitalising efforts yield expansions of green spaces and eco-friendly measures throughout town. City planning within the town’s tract comes with the fortification of parks, such as the ZhongShan Park that stands as a serene array of paved garden walkways encompassing the waters of a natural pond-lake lined with trees both towering and curved bonsai-esque, as a twin-tipped summer pavilion dots the centre as it always has since 1908. Beyond scenic park walks, travellers can have excursions immersed further within the embrace of nature through cycling journeys in Metropolitan Park, amid various ponds and colonies of acacia trees enlivened with sights of water fowl, squirrels, and other timid inhabitants.

The revision of Taichung’s city infrastructure also brought with it a spur of repurposing among historic buildings and worn architecture, manifesting through novel uses of space such as those exhibited in the CMP Block Museum of Arts. Formerly an unfulfilled department store stretch, the square now brims with artistry and life through displays of public installations and monthly art themes, bedazzling alongside specialty stores and branded outlets. Delving further into aesthetic wizardry and occasionally outlandish visuals, Taichung gratifies one’s hankering for culture and art via institutions such as its National Museum of Fine Arts - a three-storeyed compendium of Taiwanese and international creative craftsmanship housing collections that showcase recent trends in contemporary art, as well as a plethora of pieces and cross-disciplinary performances. Culminating in up to 30 unique exhibits yearly, the museum’s vibrant tapestry of crafts is but a few of Taichung’s current traits that hold true to its manifestation as a Cultural City since the 1920’s.

賣點

  • Stay near Sun Moon Lake in Nantou County, Taiwan with Mandarin Airlines Return Flights.
  • Facilities include a swimming pool, tours, and bus services.
  • Sun Moon Lake has received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.

細則

Book By Date: Sep 10 (before 12pm).


Travel Period: May 3, 2016 - Sep 30, 2016.


Includes (for 1 person):


  • $2010 Groupon:

    - 1 x return Hong Kong- Taichung economy air ticket by Mandarin Airlines.

    - 2 nights stay at Sunmoonlake Yuan Forest Homestay (shared half Forest Star Room).

    - Wifi egg rental service.

    - 0.15% Hong Kong Travel Industry Council levy.

  • $1850 Groupon:

    - 1 x return Hong Kong- Taichung economy air ticket by Mandarin Airlines.

    - 2 nights stay at Sunmoonlake Yuan Forest Homestay (shared half Forest Quad Room / Japanese Style Room).

    - Wifi egg rental service.

    - 0.15% Hong Kong Travel Industry Council levy.




Does Not Include: Airport transfer, baggage, flight meals, all meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.


General: Flight ticket valid for 2-7 days. All passengers must travel and check-in together on the same outbound and inbound flights. For $2010 Groupon, must redeem 2 Groupons concurrently, 2 people sharing 1 room. For $1850 Groupon, must redeem 4 Groupons concurretnly, 4 people sharing 1 room. Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel. Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers . Printed Groupon voucher required for check-in. Rate is inclusive of 0.15% Hong Kong Travel Industry Council levy. Please see the Universal Fine Print



Policies: No refund, cancellations or amendments allowed upon confirmation of bookings. No-shows forfeit Groupon.



Surcharges

  • HK & local airport taxes and security charges: approx. $290 payable to Explorer Travel.

  • Flight ticket surcharge:

    - Travel from Jun 30, 2016 - Jul 1, 2016 / Jul 7, 2016 - Aug 27, 2016 / Sep 15, 2016 - Sep 16, 2016 / Sep 30, 2016: $400 per person.




Remarks:


  • The Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong advises customers to purchase travel insurance packages before departure

  • To ensure your own safety, travellers should consider whether the Security Bureau has issued a travel alert for the destination before purchase

  • Please prepare travel documents with more than 6 months validity (count from the date of return)

  • Please check all the notes and remarks in your travel documents

  • Please contact Explorer Travel if you do not have HKID card





Redemption: All bookings must be made by Sep 10, 2016 (before 12pm): Email groupon.explorertravel@gmail.com with English name(s) (same as passport), gender, date of birth, contact number, passport number with expiration date, Groupon code, security code and Groupon PDF. Call 3119 1368 for enquiry. 買家貨品之品質及服務乃商戶之責任

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