Ming Qin Minsu

Hello Everyone,

in this blog post, we are going to share with you about our 1 night stay at the Ming Qin Minsu in Cing Jing.

Background Information:

We initially wanted to stay at the Sunnydale Minsu but because it was fully booked, we have no choice but to seek for other accommodations to stay at. Having spent a lot of time researching for a Minsu to stay at, we chanced upon Ming Qin Minsu and we decided to stay there for a night. Ming Qin Minsu has 4 blocks and in each of this block, there are many different room types and some of their rooms can accommodate up to 5 persons. For us, we chose to stay at Block A, Room 1205 and it was really cosy. For a night’s stay, it cost us $6000 TWD [approx. $254.99 SGD].

A Short Video Introduction to Ming Qin Minsu

Baby posing for a photo right outside Ming Qin Minsu

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

When we arrived at Ming Qin Minsu, the exterior literally looked like this because the weather was extremely cloudy and cool. In fact, the temperature and atmosphere is somewhat similar to what you would experience at Genting Highlands.

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

Here’s the interior/lobby area of Ming Qin Minsu

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

Here’s the exterior/outdoor area of Ming Qin Minsu

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

As it was really foggy, we didn’t really take much photographs. Also, they have an Alfresco dining area where you can chill and relax. In fact, on the night that we stayed at Ming Qin Minsu, they had a simple concert put up by a two-piece band.

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

And here’s where we stayed at, Room 1205

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

The Interior of Our Room

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

Simple Bath Setup

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

The Bath Equipment

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

A Classic Work Desk

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

A Classic Dressing Table

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

Complimentary Pineapple Tarts/Cakes

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

As dinner wasn’t provided, we had to settle our own dinner and because Ming Qin Minsu was situated quite a distance from the main bustling area of Cing Jing, we decided to dine at their in-house restaurant that served Western/Italian/ cuisine.

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

We had 2 of their set meals and here are what we ordered.

Beverage, some fruit vinegar

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

Starter, Salad

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

Pumpkin Soup

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

Mains, Meatball Bucatini

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

Mains, Creamy Chicken Bucatini

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Jacqueline’s Perspective]

Dessert, Yoghurt and Starfruit

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

Honestly, we didn’t really fancy their dinner set meal. Thankfully, we bought some food from the 7-Eleven Store at Carton King and Small Swiss Garden before heading over to Ming Qin Minsu. If you ask me, the food from the 7-Eleven Store taste much better. By the way, the rooms are not equipped with a microwave oven so if you’re planning to buy some food from the 7-Eleven Store, you might want to get them heated up first before heading over to the Minsu. Alternatively, you can get the kitchen staff at the Minsu to heat it up for you.

From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]
From Day 1 Taiwan 2012 [Melvin’s Perspective]

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God bless!

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