On my first night in Hualien, we decided to stay in a better hostel, nearer to the Hualien station, as the transportation is not as accessible as Taipei’s. Thus, we chose MUNA out of the different hotels/hostels there are in Hualien.
It cost NT$1800, per night, which adds up to S$41 per person. I ain’t sure if it is worth the price, but, I shall say, it is really convenient and comfortable. It is opened by a couple (Boyfriend and Girlfriend), who was traveling to Japan on the day we checked out.
|Free coffee, anytime of the day.|
|Breakfast in bed.|
The room we have is a double room, and my first reaction to it is WHITE BEDSHEEEEETSSSS !!! I’ve always wanted white bedsheets, but, boy, it’s going to be difficult to maintain back at home.
|Don’t this makes you feel like travelling the world?|
|It comes with tea. And boy, I forgot to buy tea before leaving Taiwan.|
So here are the photos around the hostel.
|We stayed at A1.
Their levels, goes by A B C instead of Level 1, 2, 3
|View from the balcony.|
|The library that never opens throughout the 2 days we were in Hualien|
On day 1, we were looking for lunch, and chance upon this 早餐店, and the food is really yummy. It is located just by the street.
All in all, I find that the staffs of MUNA are really very nice, especially when we asked for directions and where to go at Taroko on day 1. Also, a chat before our high-speed rail on day 2. I will definitely recommend staying in MUNA Hostel.
However, given another opportunity to go back to Hualien, I definitely would like to try other lodging choices, as part of experiencing different options available.
Link we booked
No. 26, Guomin 3rd Street, 970 Hualien City, Taiwan