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  • 6 days
  • Group Tour
  • Apr 2018 - Sep 2018
  • SGD 998

6212 9679

TripZilla TW6YYG

150 South Bridge Road, #01-12 Fook Hai Building, Singapore 058727

Tour Code: TW6YYG

2nd Pax Flies FREE
Sales period: Now till 30 September 2018
Travel period: 01 April to 30 September 2018



Exclusive Arrangement of 5 Meals a Day(Day2-Day4)

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea Snacks, Dinner and Supper; Savour local snacks to your heart’s content!


  • Sumptuous buffet breakfast at hotel, minsu or leisure farm


  • Puli Specialties Lunch
  • Claypot Roasted Chicken
  • Taiwanese Beef Noodles (Can change to other noodles dish)


Afternoon Tea Snacks

  • Shaoxing Wine Sausage
  • Fresh milk buns
  • Taiwanese desserts



  • Exquisite home stay dinner
  • Flying Cow Ranch Specialty Dinner
  • Formosa Chang Braised Pork Rice



  • Taiwanese fried noodles or fried vermicelli
  • Taiwanese green bean soup or vermicelli soup
  • Flying Cow special desserts
  • Haoji Dan Zai Noodles




  • Zhongli Night Market


  • Momotaro Village (a new attraction which opened in January 2016)
  • Puli Winery
  • Carton King Creativity Park
  • View the sunrise at Mt He Huan Shan
  • Green Green Grasslands


  • Flying Cow Ranch


  • Mitsui Outlet Park
  • Yong Kang Street
  • Long Shan Temple
  • Bopiliao Ancient Street
  • Ningxia Night Market


  • One-night stay at a hotspring hotel in Taoyuan and enjoy private hot spring bath in-room
  • One-night stay at Cingjing Home Stay
  • One-night stay at Flying Cow Ranch
  • Seasonal Fruit Pickings
  • Enjoy Taipei Free & Easy Day

Meals on Board
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Taoyuan International Airport. Upon arrival, proceed to the largest night market in Taoyuan, Zhongli Night Market, also known as Xinming Night Market. Stretching over 700 metres, the night market has many food stalls offering a variety of authentic local snacks like Wenji beancurd, Sanbao spicy and sour noodles, Er Shifu sesame chicken, Haoxian Wu vermicelli soup and more. Tonight, check into a hot spring hotel where you can enjoy a rejuvenating and therapeutic private hot spring bath in-room or at the public hot spring pool.
Tonight’s Supper: Taiwanese fried noodles or fried vermicelli.
Please bring along your swimwear and swim cap for public hot spring pools. 

Breakfast/Puli Specialties Lunch/ Exquisite Home Stay Dinner
After breakfast, proceed to explore Momotaro Village, a new attraction which opened in January 2016. The village was previously used as the filming studio of the movie, “The Legend of Taiwan” and has been reconstructed to become a thematic Momotaro Village, based on the popular Japanese children’s story character, Momotaro (Tao Tai Lang). The village boasts of many traditional Japanese buildings featuring sets from the story like Tao Tai Lang’s house, the gigantic peach, the old grandfather and old grandmother figurines and more. At every turn of the corner, you will be greeted by traditional stores that sell nostalgic Taiwanese goods that will bring back fond memories of one’s childhood. They are also a good location for photography. Thereafter, visit Puli Winery, Taiwan’s first museum which is focused on wine culture. Viewing an exhibition on the history and artefacts of Puli Wine, you will be acquainted with a deeper understanding of Taiwanese wine culture. This afternoon, each of the tour members can savour a specially made Shaoxing wine sausage. Next, continue to the renowned and popular travel destination, Cingjing. Visit the unique Carton King Creativity Park where you will be enthralled by the unique, interesting and creative, made-of cardboard designs in the park. In the evening, feel the tranquillity and embrace of nature with an overnight Cingjing Home-stay.
Tonight’s Supper: Taiwanese green bean soup or vermicelli soup.
Please bring along your overnight bag for Cingjing Farm home stay. Room type, interior configuration and amenities including lift access may vary with each home stay.
Breakfast/Claypot Roasted Chicken Lunch/Flying Cow Ranch Specialty Dinner
In the early morning, board a local mini-bus from Cingjing to Nantou’s most popular attraction, He Huan Shan. He Huan Shan is one of Taiwan’s tallest mountains and together with its snow-capped peak, a spectacular natural scenery is formed. With the changing of seasons, in May, you can behold picturesque scenery of green grassland juxtaposed with blooming colourful Indian Azalea flowers. Besides Alishan, the sunrise at He Huan Shan is one of Taiwan’s most exquisite natural scenery. Thereafter, head to the popular Green Green Farm to explore the renowned Green Green Grasslands. It is also known as a “Paradise in the Mist” as its surrounding is tranquil and the weather is fine. Besides the picturesque mountainous scenery, you can also go up close the adorable sheep to feed them. On your way to Miaoli, stop by a local orchard to experience the joy of hand-picking fresh seasonal fruits. Today, you will stay at Miaoli’s renowned Flying Cow Ranch, which is located amidst the wilderness where green vegetation surrounds the entire area. Low rise farm houses and cows dot the rolling green pastures. To complete your fun-filled farm stay experience for all, you may rest or take a leisurely stroll on the grassland, or experience feeding the cows, sheep, rabbits and more. Enjoy your afternoon tea snack delights, Flying Cow Ranch fresh milk buns which you can buy fresh milk or milk ice-cream at your own expense to go along with them.
Tonight’s Supper: Flying Cow special desserts.
Watching sunrise at He Huan Shan is subject to local weather and time of the sun rise. During Spring and Summer, you will need to wake up at about 3 to 4 am to take the local mini bus to ascend the mountain. As the temperature in the mountains is low, ranging from 6 to 12 degree Celsius, please be advised to bring along a thick coat to keep warm.  

Breakfast/Taiwanese Beef Noodles (Can change to other noodles dish)/Formosa Chang Braised Pork Rice
After breakfast, proceed to vibrant Taipei. First head to Taipei’s largest outlet mall, Mitsui Outlet Park. Newly opened in January 2016, it is Japan's Mitsui Group’s overseas joint venture in Taiwan. The outlet mall boasts of over 220 retail stores of international and leading Japanese brands and sporting equipment integrated with 13 restaurants and entertainment facilities like cinema, bookstores, supermarket and more. Next, proceed to explore Yong Kang Street, a popular area frequented by the locals. As Yongkang Street and its neighbouring lanes and alleys are home to many restaurants, snack stores and independent cafes, it is also the favourite dining haunt for the locals. Then continue to the bustling Long Shan Temple where believers flock to pray for good blessings. Thereafter, head to the nearby Bopiliao Ancient Street, a historically important street where you can learn more about the early history and culture of Taipei. It is also the key filming site of the movie, “Monga”. Next, explore Ningxia Night Market, a night market favoured by the older Taipei people. Ningxia Night Market features many mouth-watering authentic Taiwanese snacks like fried oysters, sweet bean curds, crispy yam balls and more. Spend some time to browse through the stalls at this night market and have a hearty time savouring delectable local Taiwanese snacks.
Tonight’s Supper: Haoji Dan Zai Noodles.

Today, you can spend time at leisure for the whole day. Explore dynamic Taipei according to your interests!  You may visit attractions like Taipei’s Xinyi Commercial District, Ximending, Tamshui Old Street and Eastern district. Alternatively, you can proceed to specialty restaurants like “Addiction Aquatic Development” for a culinary adventure. 

Breakfast/Meals on Board
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight back to Singapore.

The meals in this itinerary have been arranged at local restaurants and focused on local snacks. Some meals are limited to one serving per person. The photos in this itinerary are for illustrative purposes and reference only. Tour is conducted in Mandarin unless otherwise specified. All hotel ratings are based on local terms. Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice. In the event of discrepancy between the English and Chinese itineraries, please refer to the former for accuracy.