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Taiwan: Tour & Return Flights

From: Groupon Singapore

Taiwan: Tour & Return Flights
  • 28 Feb 2015
  • Feb 2015 to Jun 2015
  • SGD848
Highlights
Highlights:
  • Ponder the historical and cultural signifance of Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall and Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Centre.
  • Revel in nature’s glory at Taroko National Park.


Fine Print
Book by Date: Feb 28, 2015.
Travel Period: Feb 7, 2015 – Jun 30, 2015.

Includes (for 1 person):
  • 6D5N tour of Taiwan with Chinese-speaking guide.
  • Meals and stay as per itinerary.
  • Return Scoot flights.
  • Airport transfer.
  • Airport and airline taxes.

Does Not Include: Entry visa (if required), all meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.
General: Min. 2 to go. Min. 2 to depart. 2 Groupons per room, based on double occupancy. Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel. Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers. Tour and service voucher can only be issued 5 days before departure. Top up may be required if promotional class fares are unavailable. Rate is inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Policies: No refund or cancellations allowed upon confirmation of bookings. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Surcharges:
Single traveller: $200 per person.
Tipping: NTD600 per person.
Travel on Feb 14, 2015 / Apr 4, 2015 / Apr 28, 2015 / Jun 16, 2015: $20 per person.

Business registration: 200501619K

The deal

Tour + local hotel stay + Scoot return flights
  • 6D5N vacation for 1 for $848 (up to $1,088 value)

Take In The Sights of Taroko National Park, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, and Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Centre
Cocooned in the length of a 19km canyon off Taiwan’s east coast, Taroko National Park’s 1986 birth was the long awaited result of an environmental protection movement, containing natural wonders like Baiyang Waterfall, Tunnnel of Nine Turns, and Swallow Grotto. Meaning ‘magnificent and beautiful’ in the mother-tongue of the indigenous Truku tribe who reside in the reserve, its name is believed to have risen out of an exclamation made when the marble-filled gullies and verdant precipices were witnessed for the first time. Doing justice to the fable, the region adorns itself with chiselled coastal cliffs composed of metamorphic rocks, as labyrinthine chasms filled with riotous blooms lead into sub-alpine coniferous forests, the entire expanse home to more than 144 species of avian creatures and 251 species of butterflies.

Bedecked in the blues, whites, and reds of the Taiwanese flag, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall stands as a tribute to the former president, its 250,000sqm sweep comprised of the dignitary’s one-time office, the National Concert Hall, and the National Hall. An ivory octagon unfurls two sets of 89 steps for visitors to ascend into its depths, where a library and museum documenting Chiang’s exploits awaits, along with a bronze statue of the late leader, flanked by a rotating array of guards that change every hour. Renamed Liberty Plaza in 2007 to honour the nation’s democratic struggle, the park’s surrounding gardens honour the moniker with a vibrant swathe of botanical arrangements, gentle knolls, and an assortment of watery displays.

Said to be the final resting place of one of Siddhārtha Gautama’s tooth relics, this 100-hectare monument faces the rising sun, residing along a central axial line on a hilltop overlooking the Gaoping River basin. Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Centre’s temple grounds bear examples of traditional Chinese architecture, best exemplified in eight pagodas that embody the Noble Eightfold Path, and four stupas that symbolise the Four Noble Truths. Meandering along a tiled path, guests make their way through the Welcoming Hall housing stores, vegetarian eats, and a few other modern conveniences, before arriving at the monastery’s centrepiece of a meditating golden Buddha, bestowing a peaceful smile upon reverent worshippers from his his Vulture Peak abode.

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Departure dates
Feb 7, 2015 / Feb 10, 2015 / Feb 14, 2015 / Feb 24, 2015 / Feb 28, 2015
Mar 3, 2015 / Mar 7 , 2015 / Mar 10, 2015 / Mar 14, 2015 / Mar 17, 2015 / Mar 21, 2015 / Mar 24, 2015 / Mar 28, 2015 / Mar 31, 2015
Apr 4, 2015 / Apr 7, 2015 / Apr 11, 2015 / Apr 14, 2015 / Apr 18, 2015 / Apr 21, 2015 / Apr 25, 2015 / Apr 28, 2015
May 2, 2015 / May 5, 2015 / May 9, 2015 / May 12, 2015 / May 16, 2015 / May 19, 2015 / May 23, 2015 / May 26, 2015 / May 30, 2015
Jun 2, 2015 / Jun 6, 2015 / Jun 9, 2015 / Jun 13, 2015 / Jun 16, 2015 / Jun 20, 2015 / Jun 23, 2015 / Jun 27, 2015 / Jun 30, 2015

Flight schedule
Singapore to Taipei
TZ202 Departure time: 12.55am (GMT +8)
Arrival time: 5.30am (GMT +8)

Taipei to Singapore
TZ201 Departure time: 3.45pm (GMT +8)
Arrival time: 8.15pm (GMT +8)

Schedule subject to change and availability.

Local hotel
Master Bear Resort
No. 16, Tao Yeh Road, Cha Fong Village Township, Taiwan.

Lige Hotel
No. 258, Shang Shiao Street, Hualien City, 970 Hualien, Taiwan.

Holiday Inn Express Taoyuan
No.1039, Chuenr Road, Taoyuan City, 33050 Taoyuan, Taiwan.

Kaohsiung Gear Hotel
No. 487, Jianguo 3rd Road, Sanmin District, Kaohsiung City, 807 Taiwan.

Paradise Hotel Taipei
No.24, Xining South Road, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan

Or similar class
Max. occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child aged 2 – 11 per room. Child aged 2 – 11 subject to additional charges.
Rooms are on twin-sharing basis
Room, bedding, and facilities vary from hotel to hotel

Add-Ons
Stay with bed for child aged 2 – 11: 1 Groupon per person
Stay without bed for child aged 2 – 11: $688 per person



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