Friday, June 26, 2015

Trip To Taiwan 台湾: Nantou 南投 - Puli King Garden 埔里元首馆

Photo By: Elin Chow
Address: No 219, Section 4, Zhongshan Rd, Puli Township, Nantou Country 545, Taiwan 南投县埔里镇中山路四段219号

We woke up early this morning, packed up and checked out of Fengjia Inn 逢甲 Inn in Taichung. Our destination for the day was to visit the Sun Moon Lake 日月潭 before embarking on the long journey to Cingjing 清境. On our way to Sun Moon Lake, we stopped by Puli King Garden 埔里元首馆 for a quick rest break.

Operating Hours

The operating hours for Puli King Garden is as below:

Operating Hours
Weekdays
9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Weekends
9.00 am – 5.30 pm

Basically, this place is just like a convenience store, restaurant, gift shops and rest & stop area put together in one building designed with a castle-like exterior. 

There is nothing much to do or see except walk around, take some photos or do some souvenirs shopping. Well, since there are not much for me to write about, I shall let the photos do most of the talking. I hope you all will enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.

The toilet is definitely a must see! So, make sure you visit the toilet before you leave this place.


With ample of seating area and ultra clean public bathrooms, this is an ideal rest stop for a quick coffee and a meal break before continuing on your journey



There are plenty of good photo opportunities for family and friends in Puli King Garden.






Spending 15 minutes or so should be enough unless you plan to eat and shop for some souvenirs.


In my opinion, Puli King Garden is not a must-visit attraction. But you might want to drop by if you are in the vicinity. Furthermore, there is no admission fee, so you have absolutely nothing to lose when you visit this attraction.

If you are interested to know more about our trip, you may want to check out our 11D10N round island tour itinerary for the list of attractions that we had visited during our 11 days in Taiwan. Be sure to follow me on Facebook or Twitter  for the latest updates on my 11 days adventures in Taiwan!

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