Shangri-La Far Eastern, Tainan, located in downtown Tainan. The hotel is also within walking distance of the city’s main railway and bus stations, while Tainan’s domestic airport and Taiwan High Speed Railway (THSR) station are just a 15-minute and 22-minute drive respectively. It’s an ideal base for both business and leisure travelers.
An unforgettably luxurious stay in an ancient city
Tainan is a city promising old and new delights, and you can’t wait to explore this destination. The oldest city in Taiwan, Tainan is known for its numerous temples and significant historical sites, more than 50 of which are officially listed as national treasures.
You choose to stay at Shangri-La Far Eastern, Tainan, because it is conveniently located in the middle of downtown Tainan, giving you easy access to the city’s shopping and cultural attractions.
It takes you only a few minutes to get to the hotel from the airport and you start the afternoon by indulging in some shopping. Located next to the hotel, the FE21′ Department Store, Tainan is a spacious eight-story complex that offers shopping sections ranging from cosmetics and jewelry to luxury products.
Back at the hotel, you decide to dine at the renowned Shanghai Pavilion, the restaurant is on the 38th floor and as you tuck into the delectable Shanghai cuisine, you are awed by the spectacular sunset. The combination of delicious food, elegant service and magnificent views makes this dining experience one of a kind.
After dinner, you indulge in a deluxe aromatherapy massage at the spa. The luxurious treatment sends you on a calming journey of deep relaxation, energizing your body, mind and soul.
You return to your room in a state of bliss. Tomorrow, you plan to visit Chikan Tower, which, at sunset, is famed to have one of Taiwan’s eight best scenic views. Tonight, you are content to let your room cocoon you in its warm embrace.
Slip into sweet dreams at Shangri-La Far Eastern, Tainan
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