Leader Village Taroko

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Average rate: $146 - Hotel class: 3.5 stars
No.231-1 Fushih Villa Sioulin Township, Hualien, Taiwan

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Leader Village Taroko Hualien Reviews

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A lovely place to stay in the Taroko gorge Sep 09, 2011
N24°10'12.18" E121°34'17.31" We slept for two nights in August 2011 in a stand-alone aboriginal-style wood cabin (no. A15) with old-time porch and airco on a high meadow surrounded by postcard-perfect scenery and hundreds of endemic butterflies. The Leader Village Taroko, near Swallow Grotto in the Taroko Gorge, is a very good place to visit the gorge. They offer many walks in the gorge and take care of transportation to and from the trails. Their transportation service picked us up for NT$100 from Xincheng/Hsincheng train station. They offer nightly aboriginal musical performances, free Wi-Fi (poor reception) and a buffet restaurant on site for breakfast and dinner. Although there isn’t any restaurant near by, the food in the restaurant (some aboriginal) is good. The bungalow itself has mattresses on the floor (Japanese feeling) and a good rain shower.

Our hero became Jonathan, the manager. After Taroko gorge we had a reservation in Wuling Farm, but didn’t find public transport after Tayuling or Lishan. Jonathan took up this challenge and came up with several solutions after intense telephone calls. Not only did he find a taxi to take us for NT$5000 to Wuling Farm (exceptional beautiful 8 hour taxi ride), but arranged the next journey from Wuling Farm to Sun Moon Lake in coproduction with the reception staff at Wuling Farm. Jonathan is our hero. He made our attempt to travel to the centre of the island (highway 8, 7, 14, 21 and 18) possible. Many thanks Jonathan!
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Leader Village Taroko Overview

Leaning against the Tower Mountain in the south, facing the Liwu River in the north, and situated on a double-layer plateau, Bruwan abounds with natural resources, where you can see various vegetation of monsoon rain forest such as Bishop wood, Lindera megaphylla, and local ficus trees. There are also plenty of wild animals which make possible such activities as watching birds, butterflies, flying squirrels, and Formosan rock-monkeys. The village is a world of its own with the plateau surrounded by green mountains. Life switches to a lower gear on arriving here. As swallows and cicadas chirp in the background, with a few clouds floating in the sunny sky, the natives here are almost living in a paradise.

Bruwan has been cultivating wild lilies for over five years. The yearly lily season fills the gorge of Taroko with a charming sensation of spring. Bruwan is currently divided into upper and lower parts. The lower portion is the Tourist Center of Taroko National Park, while our hotel is at the upper part. Rates are based on double occupancy. Charges for extra adults may apply and will be due directly to the hotel.

Leader Village Taroko Amenities

  • High-speed Internet
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Disabled Access
  • Tour Desk
  • Air Conditioned
  • Conference Room(s)
  • Excursions
  • Garden
  • Wheel Chair Access
  • Internet Connection (wireless)
  • Shower
  • Coffee Shop/Cafeteria

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