Hotels in East District, Hsinchu City

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East District - Hsinchu City, Taiwan
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:February
Average price in East District:₹ 6,337/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₹ 1,871/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
₹ 5,790 - ₹ 7,591
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₹ 4,003 - ₹ 8,361
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Hotel prices in East District, Hsinchu City

2 stars or below

₹ 2,918 - ₹ 10,327

Sweet Home

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Sweet Home
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₹ 2,918
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Where to stay in East District, Hsinchu City

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About East District

Home to the Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park, Hsinchu East encompasses the eastern part of the oldest city in northern Taiwan. The indigenous Taoka people originally inhabited it before being settled by the Han in 1711, with the name “Hsinchu” adopted at the end of the 19th century under the reign of Qing Dynasty Emperor Guangxu.

Things to do

At the heart of Hsinchu East is 18 Peaks Mountain Park, a lunar-shaped landscape of small hills that is blanketed in thick forest. Follow one of the walking trails that lead to its peaks (the highest of which is 132 metres), and stop to see the beautiful Guanyin statues along the way. It’s a popular place for locals to exercise throughout the day and admire Hsinchu East’s suburbs through the trees.

On the southern edge of the park lies the Gaofeng Botanical Garden, which was established in 1932 during Taiwan’s Japanese rule. Learn about the island’s native plant life as you wander along the marked trails, with interpretive signs indicating some of the species to keep an eye out for. If you’re visiting in the spring, don’t miss a visit to Hsinchu Park, which is renowned for its cherry blossom displays.

For a cultural fix, visit Hsinchu City Art Gallery & Reclamation Hall, which occupies a two-storey brick building dating back to the 1920s. It combines both Japanese and European architectural styles, with its interior featuring exhibits detailing the city’s past and artwork from various historical periods.

Getting around

Hsinchu East is around an hour’s drive from Taipei and 40 minutes from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. Trains stop at both Hsinchu and North Hsinchu railway station while buses travel throughout the district.

East District travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in East District?

    Grand Crystal Hotel (8.5/10 from 1,709 reviews), Traveler B&B Hsinchu City (7.5/10 from 703 reviews), and Landis Inn Chuhu (8.8/10 from 1,153 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in East District.

  • What is a good hotel near National Chiao Tung University?

    Landis Inn Chuhu is a good hotel close to National Chiao Tung University - it has scored 8.8 over 1,153 reviews from HotelsCombined users.