“Excuse me, where can we taste great food?” “Excuse me, what are the specialty products of this region?” If you have any question during your journey in Taiwan, come to the Information Station and say “Excuse me~”You may be pleasantly surprised!
In order to help independent travelers have their question answered via friendly, Taiwanese-style service, the Taiwan Tourism Administration has collaborates with friendly stores and service providers throughout Taiwan to establish “Information Stations” that help visitors in Taiwan.
You can spot an “Information Station” by its yellow, round“Information Station”sign with black letters.Besides wall maps and friendly travel information services, the station also has a Wi-Fi hotspots and QR codes that guide visitors to a variety of cloud-based travel services.
Information Stations add “local characteristics”and“hospitability” to your journey. The aim is to create moving experiences that will encourage visitors to come back time after time, so that they can continue to enjoy the beauty of Taiwan and the warm hospitality of her people. Come on, don't be shy; everyone is invited to make inquiries at the “Information Station”!
24HR toll-free travel information hotline：0800-011765
No. 9 Café at the Beach
No. 9 Cafe at the beach is launched by a few friends who have the same ideas about coffee. Its name comes from the location which is at Provincial Highway 9. In No. 9 Cafe,there are a wide variety of coffee ﬂavors and delicate desserts ,and freshly made cuisines. The high curtain wall style creates a bright and comfortable dining space. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea while overlooking the amazing beach scenery of Gueishan Island and Waiao. In order for visitors to fully experience the local culture, there also provide services regarding bicycle-renting, baby ﬁsh, and camping, offering cozy and relaxing feeling for visitors to enjoy their vocation.
Shanlan Food and Grocery
Shanlan Food and Grocery, located on the Coastal Highway in Touchen, Yilan, is a renowned commodity distribution center for over 30 years. There are a huge variety of products visitors can choose to bring home with. Other than the popular products, such as the dried duck, liver, preserved pork, sweet and savory pastries, oval kumquat, oval kumquat cakes, cakes with preserved plums, and peanut-brittle candy, there is a home recipe which the owner, Mr. Hsu, cooks fresh silver anchovy with fermented soya beans and chili.