Originally a fishing village on the east coast of Taiwan, ChiSingTan lies at the tip of a crescent bay overlooking the Pacific Ocean. While retaining its humble traditional roots, today ChiSingTan has become one of the most popular beach sightseeing spots on the island.
Whether it is spectacular sunrises, walks on the pebble beach, bike rides along the coast line, or starry night gazing, ChiSingTan offers visitors seasonal sceneries and experiences unique to the area and the time of year. Only a few minutes’ drive to Hualien City, where one can find night markets, native food products and souvenirs, ChiSingTan is both accessible and at the same time remote with a quality of its own.
Village Taroko is designed to be a small tribal village with stand-alone aboriginal-style cabins that also have a traditional Tang Dynasty touch to it. The interior textile lamps and paintings are all aboriginal hand-made artifacts. The setting of the living room is unique in that it is placed outside so that guests can enjoy the surrounding beauty during the day and chat with family members under the starry sky at night.
Silks Place (Garden View Room)
Silks Place Taroko is part of the Formosa International Hotel Corporation, under the Silks Hotel brand. Away from the city center, this mountainside hotel, located in Hualien County, is the only 5-star hotel within the Taroko National Park. Silks Place Taroko is designed with Modern Chinese style, combining Taroko’s cultural and environmental characteristics, creating “elegant and sophisticated resort life style” with exclusive services.