- 3D2N stay for 1 for $1,580
- 3D2N stay for 1 + snorkeling session for $1,780
- 4D3N stay for 1 for $1,840
- 4D3N stay for 1 + snorkeling session for $2,050
Hotel at a glance
Those relishing a cityscape getaway can journey 38-minutes to this 40-room pit-stop at Taipei’s Zhongzheng district located within walking distance from MTR stations, noteworthy eateries, diverse local attractions, and more. Rooms equipped with plush double-sized beds whisks urbanites into a forest of magical wonderlands with themes ranging from Disney classics, prolific destinations, and galactic sceneries, to basking amid the Tiffany-blue underwater sea life. After settling in, guests can begin filling in their travel journal by partaking in social media-worthy selfies amid kaleidoscopic backdrops of hand-painted cartoons, animals, and notable architectures, or venture by foot to the Peace Park to admire Taipei’s bustling fortress with a picnic at hand before heading over to the underrated Memorial Museum nearby. One can then cap off the evening by taste-testing local fares at a vibrant night market packed with exotic but flavorful delights prior to bar-hopping around Taipei’s dynamic night life.
Culture and Fairy Tale Room
- Bedding type: Double-sized bed
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults per room
- Laundry services
- Airport transfers
- Complimentary Wi-fi
- Location: Keelung Badou Zi
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- 1st session: 9am - 10.15am
- 2nd session: 10.30am - 11.45am
- 3rd session: 1.30pm - 3pm
- Includes on-site diving instructors and diving equipment:
- Breathing tube
- Life jacket
- Anti-slip shoes
- Diving gear
- Life-saving equipment
- Personal insurance
Taipei, Taiwan: What to see and do
One of Asia’s youngest cities, the 300-year-old metropolis stands at the forefront of one of the region’s most computer-savvy capitals, while at the same time, reconciling from her tumultuous past with her mainland cousins and former captors from the Land of the Rising Sun. Nicknamed Ilha Formosa (or ‘beautiful island’), Taiwan holds a destination of national parks and scenic spots, historical sites and enriching culture, and one of the world’s tallest eco-aware skyscraper.
Step into her historical pages as you scramble past the thousands of shutterbugs at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, which was built to memorialise the olden ruling days of Chiang Kai-shek, the former President of the Republic of China. Nestled within a flourishing park and near the historical National Concert Hall and the National Theater, the republic’s landmark holds on to the memory of olden days with its memoriam of red brick buildings, long paved walkways, and the 228 Peace Memorial Park, built during the ruling of the Japanese colonial government.
Then, jump into your foodie’s tour of the city as you walk past the many night markets that are hidden behind old buildings and between narrow streets. Shielding the shackled stalls that sell a mixture of local food, Hakka fare, and some of the best in Japanese outside of Tokyo, the Taipeiers’ buffet line of stinky tofu, oyster omelettes, and shrimp rolls are best savoured with a cup of famed Taiwan tea.