~ Return economy airfare to Taipei on Singapore Airlines.
~ 5 nights accommodation.
~ Meals & sightseeing as per itinerary with Chinese speaking guide on seat-in-coach basis.
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Day 1 Departure flight – Taoyuan (Taipei)
Meet and transfer to hotel
Day 2 Sun Moon Lake – Cruise on Lake – Cable Car Ride – Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village – Feng Jia (B/L)
Sun Moon Lake: the lake spans 33km and cover 793 hectares. It is divided into two sections by Lalu Island. The Eastern part of the lake is round like the sun, while the Western part is shaped like a sun; hence the name Sun Moon Lake. Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village: earned renown for its popular theme area, introducing Taiwanese aboriginal culture and for its lush forest and beautiful European Garden. The aboriginal village employs Taiwanese aborigines from the nine tribes with whom the visitors can engage in living history. Activities include sculpting, weaving, pottery making, cooking, knitting, exercising, handicrafts making, playing, and dancing in the tradition of the aboriginal tribes. On board Cable Car to enjoy a panorama view of both Sun Moon Lake and the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. Wen Wu Temple: dedicated to Confucius and Guandi. Feng Jia Night Market: the most famous night market in Taichung where you can buy low-cost and chic stuffs. Tonight you will stay at a Super Deluxe Motel which is a unique culture of Taiwan and a complete different experience.
Day 3 Lukang Historic Town – Longshan Temple – Chu Sang Tea Picking – Flying Cow Ranch (B/L/D)
Lukang : A Living Museum of Taiwanese Culture as It’s the most historic town in Taiwan. For arts and crafts, many artisans have been granted the Living heritage Award. Visitors could spend days wandering Lukang's historic relics and temples, the most famous of which are Longshan Temple, Gentleman’s Lane, etc. Flying Cow Ranch: a cottage in European style amid the soft green valley, looks like a scene lifted from the easel of a painter. The ranch offers a wide range of activities which let you experience the rural ranch living and close to the nature.
Day 4 Neiwan Scenic Area – Yingge – Jinshan Old Street – Yehliu – Green Bay Hot Spring Resort (B)
Neiwan Scenic Area: is among the eight spectacles in Hsinchu. The scenic spots of Guangji Temple, the train station, and the theater on the Old Street as well as NeiWan suspension bridges are full of a reminiscent atmosphere. Yingge: the largest center for ceramic production in Taiwan. Yingge Pottery Street & Yingge Ceramics Museum: exhibiting ceramic culture in Taiwan. Jinshan Old Street: this is the only preserved ancient street of Qing dynasty in the North Coast of Taiwan. Yehliu Scenic Area: Yehliu is a cape protruding above sea level, the spectacular, internationally- known landscape, such as Queen’s Head Rock, bean curd rocks, and sea-eroded caves, were formed by wave erosion, weathering and crustal movement. Green Bay Hot Spring Resort: Tourist can also relax here to enjoy the Indoor & outdoor SPA Hot Spring facilities in the resort.
Day 5 Danshui – Geothermal Valley – Martyr’s Shrine – Pixiu Center – Taipei 101 – Shihlin Night Market (B)
Danshui Old Street and water front: famous pedestrian shopping area. Fisherman’s Wharf: is located of the right mouth of Danshui River, it has also become a popular filming location for TV. Geothermal Valley: The valley has a history of more than 200 years. Steam rising up from the valley, the jade-like hydrochloric acid spring is covered with mists with a high temperature. In old days, visitors were able to enjoy boiling eggs at the valley. It is an excellent scenic spot for unique heavenly sceneries in Taiwan. Martyr’s Shrine: holds an elaborate ceremony of changing guards hourly. Taipei 101: the landmark building of Taiwan (excluding sightseeing elevator). Shilin Night Market: full of local Taiwanese cuisine and snacks, such as pan-fried dumplings, frogs-laying-eggs, plus-size chicken cutlets and Shihlin sausages, etc.
Day 6 Return flight (B)
Transfer to airport for your flight home.
1. Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.
2. This English itinerary is translated from its Chinese version and for reference only.
Aboriginal Flavor / Authentic Hakka Cuisine / Fly Cow Ranch Dinner / Hai Ba Wang Taiwanese Cuisine
Taoyuan Chuto / OHYA Boutique Motel / Miaoli Flying Cow Ranch / Green Bay Pacific Hot Spring Resort / Taipei FX or similar
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