Sun Moon Lake Fleur de Chine Hotel
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Soaking in the Waters Around Sun Moon Lake
One of the top tourist destinations in Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake has plenty to offer visitors, from biking trails to relaxing boat rides around the beautiful lake. What many people may not know is that the area is also rich in natural hot springs—a geothermal feature that the luxury Fleur de Chine Hotel has literally tapped into. Set in a prime position above the lake, the five-star Fleur de Chine exudes elegance from every nook and cranny, from the lavish entranceway to the well-appointed guest rooms. A key feature of every room is a private onsen, a Japanese-style bath with warm, naturally curative waters flowing freely from the tap. There’s nothing better than relaxing in the onsen, looking out the well-placed window onto the lake below, and feeling those aches and worries float away. AFAR Ambassador Matt Long traveled to Taiwan as a guest of the Taiwan Tourism Bureau.
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Natural Beauty in Taiwan
Taiwan is a geologically active island and remnants of its violent past can be seen in the dramatic mountain ranges and the valleys between them. You can best see the results of this tectonic power by visiting one of the most popular tourist destinations in Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake. Sun Moon Lake takes its name from the shape of the lake; from above; it resembles the Chinese characters for Sun and Moon. Millions visit every year to bike and hike around the edges of the waters and to cross them on special cruise boats. The best place to enjoy this natural beauty in comfort is at the luxury Fleur de Chine Hotel, famous for its style, hospitality and spectacular views of the lake below. AFAR Ambassador Matt Long traveled to Taiwan as a guest of the Taiwan Tourism Bureau.
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