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Looking for a nice wedding location in Taipei

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Looking for a nice wedding location in Taipei

Postby Mr. Rice » 11 Nov 2007, 08:49

Hi folks,

We are looking for a nice wedding location in Taipei next spring... Can anybody recommend something?
- It will be around 80-90 Guests.
- We would prefer a nice restaurant over a Hotel (but not a must)
- Would be great if it had a garden (in case the weather is good, people could have drinks outside...)
- Great FOOD!
- Cosy, beautiful atmosphere...

Thanks a lot!
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Postby deceasedtrainspotter » 12 Nov 2007, 11:11

Mr. Rice,

Here are some places my wife (to be) and I have checked out for our wedding. Wish you luck in the arduous task of finding somewhere.

http://taipeicountry.higogo.com.tw/higogo3/

http://www.laprovence.com.tw/index.php?content=home

http://www.cheerlife.com.tw/index.phtml

http://www.storyhouse.com.tw/

www.herbgarden.com.tw

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Postby maoman » 12 Nov 2007, 13:09

I had the nicest dinner yet at a place called grace hill, a stone's throw from Neihu Costco. The food was good (!) and the ambience ok. They have an outdoor area complete with a pool with floating rose petals. Very suitable for outdoor drinks, I would think. I bookmarked the website on my other computer - I'll update with the link later.
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Postby teggs » 12 Nov 2007, 16:20

Maoman wrote:I had the nicest dinner yet at a place called grace hill, a stone's throw from Neihu Costco. The food was good (!) and the ambience ok. They have an outdoor area complete with a pool with floating rose petals. Very suitable for outdoor drinks, I would think. I bookmarked the website on my other computer - I'll update with the link later.


http://www.grace-hill.com.tw

I'm getting married there next month... :eek:
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Postby FSBDavy » 18 Jul 2008, 10:08

So where did you get married in the end? Would you recommend it?

Does anyone know of updated information for the places mentioned here? The link for laprovonce now goes to a Chinese porn site (or is their restaurant *really* good?) and http://taipeicountry.higogo.com.tw/ is dead too :(

Where did everyone else (!) get married? Recommend it?
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wedding and reception sites

Postby miker32us » 08 Aug 2008, 01:00

There is a wonderful place in SanYi called Westlake Resortopia which has it's own hotel and gardens. They have several dining areas. We had our reception under the covered walkway because the Taiwan VP was there using the main dining facility.

http://webeng.tccg.gov.tw/leisure.php?p ... 51&pid=160

There are also many things to do in the town of SanYi for your guests. They can walk around the town and look at the wood carving galleries.

There is an old train station in the mountains next to Sanyi called Shin Shing and there are many places you can hold a reception there too but not a lot of parking.
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Re: looking for a nice wedding location in Taipei

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Re: wedding and reception sites

Postby headhonchoII » 20 Jan 2009, 11:16

miker32us wrote:There is a wonderful place in SanYi called Westlake Resortopia which has it's own hotel and gardens. They have several dining areas. We had our reception under the covered walkway because the Taiwan VP was there using the main dining facility.

http://webeng.tccg.gov.tw/leisure.php?p ... 51&pid=160

There are also many things to do in the town of SanYi for your guests. They can walk around the town and look at the wood carving galleries.

There is an old train station in the mountains next to Sanyi called Shin Shing and there are many places you can hold a reception there too but not a lot of parking.


I checked that place when I was looking for a wedding location, excellent recommendation, lovely grounds and restaurants, SanYi is also a real nice place to bring foreign guests to sample a bit of culture.
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Re: Looking for a nice wedding location in Taipei

Postby Hartzell » 21 Jan 2009, 09:28

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Re: Looking for a nice wedding location in Taipei

Postby tommy525 » 17 Sep 2010, 13:18

Probably appropriately in a Fun Tian (direct translation: Rice Store .. i.e. HOTEL ) .

Mr. Rice in a Rice Store. get it? :) Well I thought it was funny

And congrats to the Rices. Mister and Misses Fun
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