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The location is perfect for exploring the Anping area which can be reached on foot. The staff are very polite and helpful. There was a misunderstanding at check in (since I had booked through Airbnb) but it was sorted out fairly quickly. The price is...More
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Response from EthanChen, 經理 at The Dutch IIResponded 20 January 2018
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This hotel is really incredible ! The location is perfect if you want to take a rest or to discover the south of Taiwan. There are a lots of parks, museums, historical sites around it. The whole building has interesting stories about the Dutch occupation...More
Anping District is the area first developed in Taiwan. It is also the key to Taiwan’s involvement in the international community. The two famous historic monuments, Anping Fort (a.k.a. Fort Zeelandia) and Eternal Golden Castle leave behind them the traces of international trade made by various countries. Another historic monument that stands the test of time is Tree House, in which beautiful stories were created along
with the running water in the canal in the course of history. The National Museum of Taiwan History in the form of green building stands in Annan District. Next to the coastal Cihcao Dajhong Temple is the amazingly gorgeous green tunnel formed by mangroves. Moving slowly in the river course on a pipe raft, you will be greeted by hermit crabs and mudskippers. The sunlight glitters in the woods. This will be like a tranquil journey in the no-man Amazon. What comes next is Luermen River estuary. People can enjoy the beautiful sunset in the Natural Defence of the Capital and also visit the one and only temple which has two barefooted door gods of foreign descent, guarding General Jheng Chengkong, making the trip to Tainan full of stories and mysteries.