If there is a name that can stir your emotions, it is The Lalu (Han Bi Lo in Chinese), even if each word in the name costs a hundred million dollars. In 1901, Mr. Ito built a small wooden cabin on the Lalu Peninsula for vacation use and called it “The Lalu". For hundreds of years, with strict entrance control, only senior governmental officials, generals, prime ministers, and emperors are allowed into The Lalu. Therefore, a myth is created in this building. However, how did The Lalu come about? In 1923, the Japanese Crown Prince Hirohito visited Taiwan and appointed The Lalu to be his official residence. He rebuilt the small wooden cabin into a two-story building and added eight guest rooms, including the east and the west wings, dining room, conference room, and more. From this time on, The Lalu turned itself from a luxury vacation home into an official government guest house.
The hotel is awarded a Crescent Rating of 5 for providing Muslim-friendly facilities and services to meet Muslim guests' faith-based needs. The hotel provides prayer mat and Qiblah direction is marked in the room.
The hotel has a Halal kitchen and restaurant certified by The Chinese Muslim Association and serves Halal breakfast.
All Snacks and drinks in the room/Mini bar are Halal
Hotel can serve Halal breakfast
Hotel has a Halal certified kitchen
Hotel has a Halal certified restaurant
List of nearby Halal restaurants can be provided on request
Halal banquets can be arranged on request