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Miaoli County
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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:December
Average price in Miaoli County:$110/night
Cheapest price found:$21/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Friday
$69 - $176
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$60 - $123
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Cheapest hotels in Miaoli County, Taiwan

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Sanyi Dream Garden Homestay
8.5 Excellent
No.1-1, Guanqian 8th Ln., Bagu Rd, Sanyi Township, Taiwan
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

Sanyi Dream Garden B&B offers 3-star accommodation in Sanyi Township. Guests can also make use of free Wi-Fi.

$37
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Sanyi Sakura Resort
8.1 Excellent
No. 1-18, Guanqian 8th Lane, Bagu Road, Sanyi Township, Taiwan
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

Providing a shuttle to Taichung Airport, plus complimentary wireless internet, Sanyi Sakura Resort is a convenient place to stay in Sanyi Township. It also provides a 24-hour reception, an express check-in and check-out feature and luggage storage.

$42
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Music House Homestay
7.5 Good
Nangzhuang Township, Taiwan
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1.5 mi from city centre,  

Music House Homestay is located in Nanzhuang Township and provides guests with free Wi-Fi. It also provides karaoke.

$47
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Wang Fu Hotel
6.7 Good
No. 3, Sandong Ln., Weigong Rd., Miaoli City, Taiwan
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0.5 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Miaoli City, Wang Fu Hotel offers 3-star accommodation, as well as a Jacuzzi. It also provides a 24-hour reception, meeting rooms and luggage storage.

$51
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F Hotel - Sanyi
7.4 Good
No.16-1, Fuxing Road, Sanyi Township, Taiwan
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0.2 mi from city centre,  

F Hotel Sanyi offers 3-star accommodation in Sanyi Township. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and luggage storage.

$56
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Lily Village
8.7 Excellent
No. 50, Nanjiang, Nanzhuang, Nangzhuang Township, Taiwan
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1.2 mi from city centre,  

Lily Village provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Nanzhuang Township. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet throughout the property.

$60
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Quan Ming Line Museum
8.3 Excellent
No.33-31, Baliaowan, Miaoli City, Taiwan
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9.8 mi from city centre,  

Quan Ming B&B provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Dahu Township. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.

$63
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Chi Meng Rou Holiday Villa
7.5 Good
No.1-10 Baliaowan, Dahu Township, Taiwan
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2.0 mi from city centre,  

Ci Meng Rou Resort Villa provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Dahu Township. It also offers free Wi-Fi, an express check-in and check-out feature and an outdoor pool.

$66
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Hotel prices in Miaoli County

2 stars and under
#1 Most popular

Green Shine B&B

No.17-1, Xiaodonghe, Nangzhuang Township, Taiwan

7.7 Good
$83

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#2 Most popular

Li Jin Kuan Homestay

No.33, Nanjiang, Nangzhuang Township, Taiwan

8.3 Excellent
$80

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Best value

Zhu Feng Hotel

No. 95, Heping Street, Zhunan Township, Taiwan

8.7 Excellent
$20

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3 stars
King's Resort & Spa
#1 Most popular

King's Resort & Spa

No. 72, Jinshui Village, Tai'an Township, Taiwan

8.0 Excellent
$120

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Cedarwood Villa
#2 Most popular

Cedarwood Villa

No. 35-1 Heng Long Shan, Tai'an Township, Taiwan

8.1 Excellent
$138

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F Hotel - Sanyi
Best value

F Hotel - Sanyi

No.16-1, Fuxing Road, Sanyi Township, Taiwan

7.4 Good
$56

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4 stars +
#1 Most popular

Natural View Hotel

No.134-7, Xiping, Zhuolan Township, Taiwan

8.6 Excellent
$127

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Chooart Villa
#2 Most popular

Chooart Villa

No.27-1 Waizhuang, Block 5, Sanyi Township, Taiwan

10.0 Excellent
$467

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Golden Tulip - Aesthetics
Best value

Golden Tulip - Aesthetics

106, Gongyuan Rd., Zhunan Township, Taiwan

7.9 Good
$93

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Where to stay in Miaoli County

About Miaoli County

Sprawling north of Taichung, Miaoli County is a region of soaring mountains and lush river valleys bordering the Taiwan Strait. It was occupied by the indigenous Taoka people for hundreds of years before the arrival of Han Chinese in the 17th century. Today, it’s a melting pot of different cultures, including the Hakka, Saisiyat and Atayal people.

Things to do

Majestic natural landscapes, ancient temples and fascinating cultural museums - Miaoli County offers something for all travellers.

Get cultured at Miaoli’s museums. From the Miaoli Railway Museum to the Huoyan Mountain Ecology Museum, the county features several museums detailing the local history and culture. Learn about the region’s indigenous traditions at the Museum of Saisiyat Folklore and visit the Zaochiao Charcoal Museum before admiring the intricately carved works of the Sanyi Wood Sculpture Museum.

Visit the Zhonggang Cihyu Temple. Constructed in 1685, this ancient place of worship is the oldest Matsu temple in Miaoli County. The temple houses several precious artefacts and religious treasures and hosts a procession of elaborately decorated sedan chairs each September.

See the historic Longteng Bridge. One of Miaoli County’s most famous landmarks is the ruined Longteng Bridge, which once connected Tai-an and Sheng-shing stations across the Yutengping River. Constructed during the Japanese colonial period, it was famously cemented using glutinous rice. The bridge is now enveloped by beautiful white-flowered tung trees that bloom each spring.

Explore Shei-Pa National Park. Stretching from the Da-an River Valley to the soaring peak of Xueshan, Shei-Pa National Park encompasses more than 76,000 hectares of spectacular mountain scenery. Follow the hiking trail that leads to the 3,866-metre-high summit of Snow Mountain or soak up the majestic views from the Wuling Farm.

Getting around

Miaoli County is a 30-minute drive from Taichung International Airport, which has flights to destinations across Asia. High-speed trains connect to destinations across Taiwan’s west coast from the Miaoli railway station, with several smaller stations located throughout the county. Buses travel throughout Miaoli County and taxis are readily available.

Miaoli County travel FAQs

Sprawling north of Taichung, Miaoli County is a region of soaring mountains and lush river valleys bordering the Taiwan Strait. It was occupied by the indigenous Taoka people for hundreds of years before the arrival of Han Chinese in the 17th century. Today, it’s a melting pot of different cultures, including the Hakka, Saisiyat and Atayal people.

Things to do in Miaoli County

Majestic natural landscapes, ancient temples and fascinating cultural museums - Miaoli County offers something for all travellers.

Get cultured at Miaoli’s museums. From the Miaoli Railway Museum to the Huoyan Mountain Ecology Museum, the county features several museums detailing the local history and culture. Learn about the region’s indigenous traditions at the Museum of Saisiyat Folklore and visit the Zaochiao Charcoal Museum before admiring the intricately carved works of the Sanyi Wood Sculpture Museum.

Visit the Zhonggang Cihyu Temple. Constructed in 1685, this ancient place of worship is the oldest Matsu temple in Miaoli County. The temple houses several precious artefacts and religious treasures and hosts a procession of elaborately decorated sedan chairs each September.

See the historic Longteng Bridge. One of Miaoli County’s most famous landmarks is the ruined Longteng Bridge, which once connected Tai-an and Sheng-shing stations across the Yutengping River. Constructed during the Japanese colonial period, it was famously cemented using glutinous rice. The bridge is now enveloped by beautiful white-flowered tung trees that bloom each spring.

Explore Shei-Pa National Park. Stretching from the Da-an River Valley to the soaring peak of Xueshan, Shei-Pa National Park encompasses more than 76,000 hectares of spectacular mountain scenery. Follow the hiking trail that leads to the 3,866-metre-high summit of Snow Mountain or soak up the majestic views from the Wuling Farm.

Getting around Miaoli County

Miaoli County is a 30-minute drive from Taichung International Airport, which has flights to destinations across Asia. High-speed trains connect to destinations across Taiwan’s west coast from the Miaoli railway station, with several smaller stations located throughout the county. Buses travel throughout Miaoli County and taxis are readily available.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Miaoli County?

    When visiting Miaoli County, consider checking out Tai'an Township, Miaoli City, and Zhunan Township as some of the most sought after locations.

  • What are the best hotels in Miaoli County?

    Golden Tulip - Aesthetics, rated with a score of 7.9 from 1,833 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Miaoli County. Other top stays include King's Resort & Spa, with an average rating of 8.0 from 714 reviewers, and Cedarwood Villa, with a score of 8.1 from 915 reviewers.