|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$48.07|
|Local draught beer||$1.66|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$33.29|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$9.99|
|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$3.99|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$0.65|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$0.67|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$17.25|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$460.89|
Nantou City is the thriving urban sprawl found in the northwestern area of Nantuo County in Taiwan. It sits gloriously between the scenic Maoluo River and the majestic Bagua Mountains. The name Nantou is of the aboriginal Hoanya origin. The busiest road access to Nantou is through the Freeway No. 3, which has efficiently served Nantou City for a long time. Cheap flights to Nantou are also regular and frequent because the city is a popular travelers’ destination in Taiwan and in the region. Getting into Nantou is easy and convenient.
Nantou is known for two famous sites, the wide stretches of tea plantations and the idyllic and serene Sun Moon Lake found in the Yuchih Township. This is described as Taiwan’s biggest lake. The Bamboo Stone Garden is located by the Sun Moon Lake. This place is a photographer’s paradise. Butterflies number in the tens of thousands in the Arboreal Insect Museum in Puli which is also a favorite picnic spot. Also found in Puli is the famed Carp Lake that offers boat rides, picnic grounds, camping spots for families, and airy hiking trails.
The most popular hotels in Nantou are travelers’ favorites. The Fleur De Chine Hotel is an imposing structure by the Sun Moon Lake. The hotel’s excellent service has garnered several good reviews. Return to Innocence Resort in Puli is a quaint and romantic hotel that also boasts of homey warmth. Skylight B&B is also found by the Sun Moon Lake. Honeymoon Hotel along the Sun Moon Lake promises to be as romantic as its name. Ming Ging Farm in Cingjing promises a unique and unforgettable stay for vacationers and honeymooners.
Nantou’s bustling shopping district in the very busy downtown area is usually navigated on foot. Taxicabs are countless in Nantou and are the quickest and most convenient form of transportation in getting around the city. Taxis abound near the bus terminal and beside Carrefour. Being a popular tourist destination, Nantou is basically connected to almost all of Taiwan’s major cities via bus routes. A huge bus terminal is located close to Carrefour. By land or air, access to Nantou is very convenient. For frequent vacationers, cheap flights to Nantou are aplenty.