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Hsinchu Travel guide
Hsinchu : Michelin's recommendations
There are several different sides to Hsinchu. Founded in 1733, it is the oldest city in the northeast region, a high-tech metropolis and culinary capital, the home of baozi (steamed dumplings) and duck meatballs. The city's moat is lined with Qing and Japanese buildings, as well as some interesting museums.
No.225, Beida Rd., Hsinchu City RC - Tung-shih 300
Set in the centre of Hsinchu city, The Carlton Hotel - Bei Da is only a 15-minute walk from Hsinchu Railway Station. It offers modern-deco accommodation with free Wi-Fi. The Hotel Carlton - Bei Da is a 10-minute drive away from World Expo Taiwan Pav..
No.128, Dongmen St., East Dist., Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan (R.O.C.) RC - Tung-shih 300
Prix Prices from : 2500 TWD
Fuhung Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with a window and free Wi-Fi. Located in Tung-shih, Hsinchu City, the hotel has its own restaurant where a buffet breakfast is served. Hsinchu East Gate and Hsinchu Du Cheng Huang Temple is a 3-minute walk f..
No.106, Zhongyang Rd., East Dist., Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan (R.O.C.) RC - Tung-shih 30041
Prix Prices from : 3000 TWD
Forte Hotel Hsinchu houses a fitness centre and a private restaurant. Located in Tung-shih, the hotel also provides free Wi-Fi access at all areas. Modern rooms are fitted with fully carpeted floors and air conditioning. This contemporary building i..