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Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery Hotel Guide

So, you're making tracks to Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery?

Located in the city of Taipei, it is a bustling favorite of tourists.

Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery is only 6 miles away if you decide to stay at one of 200 hotels available in the area. The Westin Taipei and Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel are some of your better choices here.

For the thrifty traveler, there are a number of affordable accommodation options in the vicinity. Some establishments that are popular among visitors include the United Hotel and the Puzhen B&B.

A great way to turn an already memorable vacation into a magical adventure is to stay in one of the area's high-end hotels. Exuding sophistication and class, the Regent Taipei and the Les Suites Taipei Ching Cheng should certainly be at the top of your list.

Fingers Star City Coffee (Section 3, Xiwan Road, Xizhi District) is only 0.6 miles from Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery, making it an easily accessible place for a much-needed coffee break. 星城行动咖啡车 (台北市士林區萬溪左線產業道路上(內湖往五指山國軍示範公墓三叉路口)) is easy to find and it delivers mouthwatering feasts for the area's locals and sightseers from all walks of life.

Other Places to Visit near Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery

Of course, there are also lots of other things happening in the vicinity of Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery:

  • When you feel like you need to get away from ticking items off your sightseeing list, grab your hat, find a picnic blanket to sit on and lie back under the sunshine at Dream Lake.
  • Enjoy a needed break from the more hectic aspects of your itinerary with a relaxing stroll through Yangming Park.
  • Loosen up on the grass and watch as the day passes by, run around and play with the kids and leisurely lay under the open sky at Dahu Park.
  • Explore Niunai Lake and let the dancing steam demonstrate to you Mother Nature's ferocity.
  • If you are interested in one-of-a-kind artifacts and the societies and customs of people from ancient times, then you and your kids must take time to visit the Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines.