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With sea views, Loju Seaview Homestay is located in Xiaoliuqiu and has free WiFi. Every unit has a private bathroom and shower, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a fridge. The owner, Mr Cooper greeted us warmly, helped carry our bags and let us check in early. He shared tips for where to go sightsee, where to eTc. I’ve stayed at quite a few places in xiaoliuqiu and never received such hospitality! He even blew up our huge inflatable toys for us by mouth!! And he upgraded us to a 3 bed room so we would be more comfortable, without charge. Throughout our three day stay he was always there offering help. At the end of the trip we realized we had 8 minutes to catch the last ferry and he dropped everything and drove us to the ferry in time... with a gift of treats :) I highly recommend this place!!
Located in Xiaoliuqiu in the Pingtung County region, Xiaoliuqiu Happy House B&B provides accommodations with free WiFi. There's a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Very clean, comfortable and spacious. Owner was kind, helpful and available. We would definitely go back.
Located in Xiaoliuqiu, Ohlala Hostel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The hostel provides a shared lounge. The rooms in the hostel are equipped with an electric tea pot. Very friendly staff, able and willing to help you with whatever you need. Felt very welcome. Clean and very new hostel close to the harbour and main "city", but very calm area of the island. Looks much nicer than you would think based on the pictures provided by booking.com
Odyssey Divers Hostel is offering accommodations in Xiaoliuqiu. The property provides a shared kitchen and a shared lounge for guests. The is a very comfortable, extremely clean hostel in the south of the island. Rooms are shared with one or two other people - and mid week more likely you get your own room. There is a beautiful view of the ocean. The staff are very friendly and helpful in renting scooters, setting up and guiding spectacular dives. Thank you so much, can't wait to come back.
The island is much of a local vacation spot. When we went there, we're the only non-chinese speaking people. No American nor German tourists. They can't even talk to us so communication was rough. Corals of the island is average compared to our hometown, Philippines. Sad to know that this island is the only coral island in Taiwan. On the good side, it's like all the tourist attractions shrinked in a tiny island. You can spend 2-3 days to explore the whole island. Fish products are also cheaper compare to the mainland
Great place for scuba diving (lots of sea turtles and clown fish) and relaxing. Since it is just a small island do not plan to stay too long as within 2 or 3 days one could probably cover all interesting places
Very beautiful island. The waters are very clean and the sights are gorgeous. You will see lots of fish, crabs, and sea turtles in the surrounding seas. You can opt to go for a professional dive, however it is easy to see the turtles with a snorkel and goggles! You will need a scooter to get around the island though - I did see people on bikes, although I wouldn't recommend.
This was a nice place to spend a day or two. Really lovely coastline and, during the week, very quiet. Can’t imagine it during a weekend, if even 10% of the available motor scooters are rented! We rode electric bikes one afternoon, which was fun, but not scooters — which actually made transportation really difficult. There are nearly no taxis/drivers available and the bus doesn’t seem to adhere to its schedule.... One evening we came upon Taiwanese opera being performed in front of a temple.
The island was beautiful, but we go lucky with great weather. The island only accepts taiwanese bank cards at all the atms. We tried every single one and even had the locals try to help us. Bring more money than you think you might need before you arrive. Luckily we had enough for me to catch the ferry back to the mainland and withdraw more. Also, do the snorkel tours and grab a scooter, it's worth it. In fact, you need a scooter for the tour.
The highlight by far was the snorkeling. I love anything to do with the ocean and having lived in Tainan for a month it was amazing to get to the island and swim in crystal clear waters alongside the Sea Turtles. The marine life is thriving. If you eat seafood you will not struggle to find a good meal. I struggled being a vegetarian but there are things if you explore and look down the many side streets. There is a lovely Thai restaurant on the main strip inland from the harbor. I'd recommend having a scooter to get around also a visit to the black dwarf cave, the ques can be quite lengthy on the weekend. I will be heading back soon but during the week as the island can be very busy from Friday to Monday.
8.8 Excellent 186 reviews
Beautiful, private villas and excellent staff! Wonderful value. Comfortable for families.
8.6 Excellent 230 reviews
Very good staff, helped us with everything
8.7 Excellent 84 reviews