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AirBnB: Taipei, Kaohsiung, Tainan

Postby BeachBoy » 20 Feb 2016, 03:00

I am thinking of trying AirBnB for a trip to Taipei and the south part of the island (the latter my first trip there) late next October and early November. I understand mileage may vary for each deal, but has anyone had any tremendously terrible experiences with AirBnB in Taiwan?
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Re: AirBnB: Taipei, Kaohsuing, Tainan

Postby Steve4nLanguage » 21 Feb 2016, 01:26

I've only done Air BnB twice in Taiwan, both times in Taipei, and I stayed for only one day each place. No problems so far. But, as you said, ymmv.
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Re: AirBnB: Taipei, Kaohsuing, Tainan

Postby ironlady » 21 Feb 2016, 06:57

Stayed 26 days in an Air BnB in Taipei in January. Great experience. Great location.
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Re: AirBnB: Taipei, Kaohsiung, Tainan

Postby BeachBoy » 23 Feb 2016, 02:22

Most of the comments I have received seem positive. Thank you!
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