Farglory Hotel, Hualien

May 13-17, 2019

Farglory Hotel stands 220 meters high and covers dozens of hectares. With the mountains to one side and the ocean to the other, Farglory Hotel is also close to Farglory Ocean Park, Hualien. Be it of the nearby Mugua Stream, the Central Mountains, Hualien City, or the Pacific Ocean, the hotel offers an amazingly clear vista.

Close to 400 guestrooms and five luxurious restaurants and bars, Farglory Hotel can provide lodging for more than one thousand guests. Of the suites, half face the mountain, while the other half overlooks the ocean.

Victoria Ballroom

Farglory Hotel Hualien’s Victoria Ballroom is the epitome of sublime banquets and palatial gourmet feasts. The grand, regal ballrooms feature 6m elevated ceilings and spacious environment, accommodating up to 600 guests. Winsor Ballroom/Victoria Ballroom/Crystal Ballroom (3 ballrooms)

Hualien Tourist Spots
Taroko National Park

Taroko National Park, situated in the eastern part of the Taiwan and established on November 28, 1986, covers more than 92,000 hectares in the northern section of the Central Mountain Range. This park features high mountains and sheer gorges. Many of its peaks tower above 3,000m in elevation, with many natural wonders. The spectacular Taroko Gorge and the scenic beauty of Liwu River can be conveniently viewed from the Central Cross-Island Highway. The varied mountain peaks, numerous waterfalls, diverse plant forms and animal life, together with the indigenous Taroko people, create the rich texture of this unique natural ecosystem.

East Coast National Scenic Area

The East Coast region follows the convergence of the Philippine and Eurasian tectonic plates. The land was formed by the movement of the plates along with sea erosion and rivers that flow down steep hills and through deep valleys and terraces. The East Coast consists of a great variety of coral reefs and erosion has, over time, created an ever-moving landscape. From Hualien to the Beinan River, the East Coast includes coastal terraces, sandy beaches, gravel beaches, reefs, offshore islands, capes, and marine-erosion land formations such as marine benches, caves, and ditches. As the plates continue to move together, the land will continue to rise. The result is a natural geology classroom.