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He'An Homestay
He'An Homestay
7.4 Good
No. 2, Section. 2, Zhongshan Street, Jianshi Township, Taiwan
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1.6 mi from city centre, Jianshi Township 
GoodBased on 252 reviews
7.4

This comfortable bed & breakfast in Hengshan Township provides free Wi-Fi, as well as a Jacuzzi and a sauna. It has a spa, as well as luggage storage, a library and a vending machine.

Wan-Yue B&B
Wan-Yue B&B
8.6 Excellent
No. 281, Neiwan, Jianshi Township, Taiwan
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1.3 mi from city centre, Jianshi Township 
ExcellentBased on 324 reviews
8.6

This guest house is situated within a five-minute stroll of Neiwan Railway Station and offers air conditioned rooms with a refrigerator and free wireless internet access. It provides free Wi-Fi, a tour desk and luggage storage.

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Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Jianshi Township:$104/night
Cheapest price found:$37/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Monday
$90 - $113
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$84 - $123
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Cheapest hotels in Jianshi Township, Hsinchu County

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He'An Homestay
He'An Homestay
7.4 Good
No. 2, Section. 2, Zhongshan Street, Jianshi Township, Taiwan
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1.6 mi from city centre,  

This comfortable bed & breakfast in Hengshan Township provides free Wi-Fi, as well as a Jacuzzi and a sauna. It has a spa, as well as luggage storage, a library and a vending machine.

$58
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Wan-Yue B&B
Wan-Yue B&B
8.6 Excellent
No. 281, Neiwan, Jianshi Township, Taiwan
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1.3 mi from city centre,  

This guest house is situated within a five-minute stroll of Neiwan Railway Station and offers air conditioned rooms with a refrigerator and free wireless internet access. It provides free Wi-Fi, a tour desk and luggage storage.

$68
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Hotel prices in Jianshi Township

3 stars
Wan-Yue B&B
#1 Most popular

Wan-Yue B&B

No. 281, Neiwan, Jianshi Township, Taiwan

8.6 Excellent
$68

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Jin-Ping Spring Resort
#2 Most popular

Jin-Ping Spring Resort

No 69 Jinping Village, Jianshi Township, Taiwan

$107

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He'An Homestay
Best value

He'An Homestay

No. 2, Section. 2, Zhongshan Street, Jianshi Township, Taiwan

7.4 Good
$58

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Jianshi Township

About Jianshi Township

Sprawling across the central-north area of Taiwan, Jianship Township is a rugged region that’s largely inhabited by the indigenous Atayal people. It encompasses several small villages and spectacular mountain landscapes, together with a family-friendly boardwalk trail that was inspired by a local frog.

Things to do

For sweeping panoramas across Jianshi Township, drive to the Yulao Lookout. It overlooks a verdant valley and offers views to Dabajian Mountain on a clear day. Dabajian Mountain is revered by the local Atayal and Saisiyat people and is a popular rock climbing destination in Taiwan. Coincide your visit to the lookout with a holiday weekend when an indigenous-run farmers’ market takes place to try local snacks such as stinky tofu and grilled sausages.

Travelling with kids? They’ll love the Frog Rock Footpath, a well-maintained boardwalk that leads through a bamboo-studded jungle to a picturesque waterfall and glass viewing platform. According to a local Atayal legend, a frog who once inhabited the waterfall pool turned into stone and has been honoured with several charming frog sculptures.

At the top of Lidong Mountain lie the remains of the Tapung Old Fort, a quadrangular-shaped fortification constructed from concrete and clay and surrounded by defensive bastions. It was built in 1912 by the ruling Japanese army to control the local Atayal tribes and can be accessed along a short trail that leads from the abandoned Lidongshan Hotel.

Getting around

Jianshi Township is 2.5 hours’ drive from New Taipei City and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, while Hsinchu City is just over two hours away. Buses are the main means of getting around the township, although having your own car gives you greater freedom to explore its natural attractions.

Jianshi Township travel FAQs

Sprawling across the central-north area of Taiwan, Jianship Township is a rugged region that’s largely inhabited by the indigenous Atayal people. It encompasses several small villages and spectacular mountain landscapes, together with a family-friendly boardwalk trail that was inspired by a local frog.

Things to do in Jianshi Township

For sweeping panoramas across Jianshi Township, drive to the Yulao Lookout. It overlooks a verdant valley and offers views to Dabajian Mountain on a clear day. Dabajian Mountain is revered by the local Atayal and Saisiyat people and is a popular rock climbing destination in Taiwan. Coincide your visit to the lookout with a holiday weekend when an indigenous-run farmers’ market takes place to try local snacks such as stinky tofu and grilled sausages.

Travelling with kids? They’ll love the Frog Rock Footpath, a well-maintained boardwalk that leads through a bamboo-studded jungle to a picturesque waterfall and glass viewing platform. According to a local Atayal legend, a frog who once inhabited the waterfall pool turned into stone and has been honoured with several charming frog sculptures.

At the top of Lidong Mountain lie the remains of the Tapung Old Fort, a quadrangular-shaped fortification constructed from concrete and clay and surrounded by defensive bastions. It was built in 1912 by the ruling Japanese army to control the local Atayal tribes and can be accessed along a short trail that leads from the abandoned Lidongshan Hotel.

Getting around Jianshi Township

Jianshi Township is 2.5 hours’ drive from New Taipei City and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, while Hsinchu City is just over two hours away. Buses are the main means of getting around the township, although having your own car gives you greater freedom to explore its natural attractions.

  • What are the best hotels in Jianshi Township?

    One of the most popular hotels in Jianshi Township is He'An Homestay, which has been reviewed by 252 users and currently has a rating of 7.4/10. Other top-rated locations include Wan-Yue B&B and Zuo An Homestay, which have received 8.6/10 and 7.5/10 ratings from our users, respectively.

  • How much do hotels in Jianshi Township cost?

    Hotels in Jianshi Township cost an average of $90/night, according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Jianshi Township?

    Over the last 3 days, Jianshi Township hotels have been found for as cheap as $47/night in searches by HotelsCombined users.

  • How much is a hotel in Jianshi Township tonight?

    Users have found prices for hotels in Jianshi Township tonight starting as low as $63, rising to an average cost of $94, based on searches in the last 72 hours.