Rich in natural beauty, the picturesque highlands of Nantou County are right in the centre of Taiwan. Surrounded by green hills, The Old England Manor Hotel is a unique property with a Tudor-style exterior that is an intriguing surprise to find in this part of the world. Complete with a Gothic-style clock tower, the hotel is rich in English artefacts and statues abound throughout the extensive grounds.
With a height of 1667 feet or 508 meters, Taipei 101 has the distinction of being the third tallest building in the world, and tallest outside the Middle East. Its spire adds to its height, and the total makes it higher than the Kuala Lumpur Petronas Twin Towers. The name, Taipei 101, is derived from the fact that the building encompasses 101 floors.
If you like feeding fishes, observing them in glorious aquariums, or swimming with them, you wouldn’t want to miss this enchanting underwater experience in Taiwan. Have you ever wondered what it is like to sleep while they swim over you, drift back and forth, and greet you from their stunning blue universe when you wake up? Embark on an adventure into Kenting’s National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium and explore the museum at night. Sleep at your favorite museum section, whether it’s at the underwater tunnel, near beluga whales, or in the kelp forest. We absolutely enjoyed the experience of sleeping with the white beluga, hand feeding marine fishes at night and watching the corals spring to life at night under fluorescent torch lights.