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Flight to Taipei/Hong Kong: $288 per pax for 2 Way Cathay Pacific Flight to Taipei with Stop Over in Hong Kong (Worth $450)

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Flight to Taipei/Hong Kong: $288 per pax for 2 Way Cathay Pacific Flight to Taipei with Stop Over in Hong Kong (Worth $450)
  • 20 Oct 2013
  • Oct 2013 to Apr 2014
  • SGD288
Highlights

Highlights:

Recommended Activities

Taiwan
View the CKS Memorial Hall, a monument built in memory of a former president
Revel in the grandeur of the Wufongchi Waterfall
Enjoy scenic views at the Taroko Gorge, one of Taiwan's 7 national parks
Experience the bustling activity at the Ray Fong Night Market
Get in touch with nature at the Sun Moon Lake, Lushan Hot Spring and Sun and Green Farm
Go on Taiwan's tallest skyscraper
Try famous Shihlin sausages and chicken steak at the Shihlin Night Market
Taste the best delicacies in Taiwan with the special gourmet meals
Hong Kong
Unleash your inner child with trips to Disneyland and Ocean Park
Explore the cityscape of Hong Kong, the 'Pearl of the Orient'
Visit tourist attractions like Repulse Bay and Victoria Peak
Good shopping and eating destinations in Hong Kong

Great For
Family holidays
Exciting getaways for couples and friends

Fine Print:

Includes:
2 Way Cathay Pacific Flight to Taipei
1 Day Stop Over in Hong Kong on Return Flight

General Fine Print
Travel by 30 Apr 2014
Book by 20 Oct 2013 or 5 working days in advance, whichever is earlier
Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts
Package is based on Cathay Pacific Airlines promotional air fares and subject to availability at time of booking
No cancellations and amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking
Peak Period Surcharge of $80 applies for travel from 16 Nov - 31 Dec 2013 and 29 Jan - 2 Feb 2014
Excludes Singapore Airport taxes and Airlines Fuel Surcharge of $250 per pax (Subject to change)
Top up fares may be required to change to other airlines or booking classes if unavailable at time of booking
Passport is valid for at least 6 months from travel period
Voucher is inclusive of GST
See the rules that apply to all deals

Flight Details 
For reference only and subject to availability


Additional Add-Ons
Child Fare (2-11 yrs): $238 per pax, excludes taxes
Infant Fare (below 2 yrs): $298 per pax, inclusive of taxes


Take a peek into the vibrant culture and entertainment that Taiwan and Hong Kong have to offer with today's Groupon:

Today's Groupon
For $288 per pax, you get a 2 Way Cathay Pacific Flight to Taipei with Stop Over in Hong Kong (worth $450).
 

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Taiwan
Known in the 17th Century as Formosa, roughly translated as "Beautiful Island", Taiwan boasts stunning landscapes that offer breathtaking views, as well as world famous attractions and landmarks. Visit notable landmarks in Taiwan such as the CKS Memorial Hall, the Xueshan Tunnel (5th longest in the world), Wu Fong Chi Waterfall, and Sun Moon Lake (largest natural lake in the country), among many others.
 

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Hit the famous Taipei 101 Mall and the city's bustling Fengjia Night Market and Shihlin Night Market to get your days' worth of retail therapy and bargain hunting. Hunt the famous market for a wide range of local delicacies that it has to offer, enjoying the wide range of little eats that Taiwan is famous for, from BBQ squid, mochi, and a wide range of other fabulous eats.
 

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Groupon's Pick: Top 5 Must-Try Foods in Taiwan

Crispy Salt & Pepper Chicken - Renowned as one of Taiwan's most popular snack items, the Crispy Salt & Pepper Chicken can easily be found at virtually any night market in the country. Large chunks of chicken are dipped in batter and deep-fried, then seasoned with salt, pepper and often a bit of basil for an added burst of flavor.


Chou Doufu (Stinky tofu)- Not for the faint-hearted, the common belief surrounding Stinky Tofu is, the smellier, the better! A simple yet addictive dish prepared by frying fermented bean curd and traditionally served with picked vegetables.
 

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O-A-Mianxian (Oyster vermicelli) - Oyster mianxian, also known as Oyster vermicelli, is a must-try for anyone who professes even the vaguest of interests in food. Fresh oysters are cooked with red flour noodles, served in delicious thick broth and garnished with black vinegar and cilantro.


Bubble Tea- Bubble Tea, first originated in Taichung, Taiwan, and came about via combining black tea with chewy tapioca balls. Today, the drink is offered in a wide myriad of different flavors, all created to positively delight the human palate.
 

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Guancai Bread(Coffin Bread, æ£ºææ¿)- A true-blue Taiwanese original, Coffin Bread got its moniker from resembling a coffin in appearance. A thick slice of bread is deep-fried and cut open to resemble a box and a lid, then filled with a thick, sumptuous chowder full of carrots, shrimp, potatoes and other meats.

Hong Kong
Relive childhoods with a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park. Disneyland needs little introduction, with your favourite Disney characters walking the park grounds and many rides to take. Then get in touch with furry and marine animals at Ocean Park. Rides are aplenty here and are fun for the whole family. The place also houses Hong Kong's only pandas. Meet the docile chaps and watch in envy as they live life in the relaxed lane munching on bamboo.
 

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Running out of things to do is near impossible in Hong Kong. This bustling city has been a backdrop to countless movies and dramas and is chock full of action, sights and sounds. Head out early for a traditional Hong Kong breakfast of dim sum at the "cheapest Michelin star" restaurant, Tim Ho Wan. While the queue may snake across blocks and alleys, it's worth the wait to sink teeth into the famed Baked BBQ Pork Bun. Other must try favourites include har gao, siew mai and carrot cake.
 

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Once bellies are filled, head over to Tsim Sha Tsui and Argyle Street for some shopping. Many shopping malls have sprung up in recent years and you'll be able to find designer brands as well as quirky, one of a kind pieces. Akin to our Bugis Street in Singapore, Argyle Street is packed with trendy bags, clothes and accessories at cheap prices. Hit the Temple Street for its night market of clothes, designer knock-offs and hilarious English translated signs.
 

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Groupon's Pick: Top 5 Must-Try Foods in Hong Kong
Beef Brisket Noodles - Chunks of tender beef, slow-stewed to perfection and paired with chewy homemade noodles that make up a wholesome and satisfying meal. Flavourful broth infused with the fragrance of the meat and other spices, is bound to warm tummies to their very depths.
 

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Dim Sum- Every local and foreigner alike would know that a definite must-eat would be its widely popular selection of Dim Sum. Varying from chicken feet to Siu Mais, Har Kaus and Char Siu Pineapple Buns, the patisseries of Hong Kong will surely bring its Dim Sum imitators to shame with a single bite. These bite-sized delicacies are served in piping hot bamboo steamers that allow for the contents to remain flavourful and juicy.
 

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Roast Goose -  Hold back salivating tongues and rumbling tummies when one decides to satiate appetites with a palate of the finest Cantonese roast goose which diffuses aromatic scent before it is even served to the table. Uncover double the treasure upon its arrival when slicing its layer of golden brown, and the tender juicy meat behind the wall of crispy skin. Complete the tantalizing meal by dipping it into plum sauce that is readily available with each serving ordered.
 

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Egg waffles - What appears to be no more than an imitation of its classic sweet cousin, the macaroon, Hong Kong's egg waffles are one to be taken seriously. With its sweet and chewy egg batter nestled in a crisp and light shell, the savory treasure erupts with a burst of flavor upon every bite.

Steamed Milk Pudding - Wobbly and sweet, this dessert is a must-have for all travellers to Hong Kong. Boasting its trademark 'two film' texture, carefully peel off the thin film-like layer above the light and smooth pudding. By alternating between boiling and cooling, the masters have perfected the art of creating the ultimate fusion of jelly and ice-cream.


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