Come experience the beauty and splendor of Keelung City! Located about 30 minutes north of proper Taipei city, Keelung is home to beautiful scenery, delicious seafood, and one of the most exciting and delicious and famous night markets in the country!
This room is well equipped with a real bed, towels and linens, tables, chairs, wardrobe and clothes cabinet, color cable TV, broadband internet connection, private bathroom with hot shower, refrigerator, washing and drying machine. Parking is ample and easy to access.
The location is in the Xinyi District of Keelung City. You are able to easily access the Keelung Train Station, Keelung City is a major port city situated in the northeastern part of Taiwan. It borders New Taipei with which it forms the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area, along with Taipei itself. You will have access to convenience stores, fast food restaurants, tea houses, coffee shops, banks, super markets and much more.
Keelung's Miaokou Night Market is famous throughout Taiwan for its large selection of food. It meanders through lanes and alleys in the downtown area surrounding the Dianji Temple (奠濟宮). The night market is easily accessible on foot for most travelers arriving from other cities.
From the Keelung railway station walk east straight along the street following the harbor in the direction of the Keelung Harbor Bureau (identifiable at night by its large orange neon sign. The night market is roughly one block from the point where you cross a freeway overpass.
Kanziding Fish Market (Kanzihding) is the oldest continuously operated and largest fishery distribution center in Northern Taiwan. The market is open seven days a week from 3AM-7AM.
Zhongzheng Park This white 22.5 meter high statue of Guanyin (the Buddhist emanation of compassion and peace) overlooks the town and harbor entrance from the top of Zhongzheng Park.
Ershawan Fort, also called Haimen Tiansian (海門天險), which means very dangerous gate to the ocean in Mandarin, built by the Qing government in 1840.
Keelung French Cemetery, a remnant of the Sino-French War of 1884-85, is about 2 km from the train station, but still very close to the harbor.
Keelung Islet is an easy-to-find islet outside Keelung City. One will see the islet from Keelung, the north coast or northeastern coast, which makes it an important landmark of Keelung.
Heping (Hoping) Island was called She-liao island in the past, is the doorway island to Keelung Harbor. It was a main fort built by Spanish in 1626. Inside the park, you can see many eroded rocks and coasts have formed special shapes by the wind and sea. There is a Bridge connects the island to Keelung City, and you can also take bus 101 at Keelung Railway Station, get off at Hoping Island station and walk for about 5 minutes.
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