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Taiwan

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive Taipei

Meet and transfer to hotel, free and leisure after arrival hotel in Taipei

Overnight: Taipei,Taiwan

National Taiwan Museum Closed on Monday

Taipei Fine Arts Museum Closed on Monday

Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei Closed on Monday

National Taiwan Science Education Center Closed on Monday

Taipei Story House Closed on Monday

Taipei Astronomical Museum Closed on Monday

Discovery Center of Taipei Closed on Monday

Day 2

Taipei

Taipei City tour
Stops: CKS Memorial hall, Lungshan Temple, Di Hua Street Ximenting Shopping area, National Palace Museum, Shiling Night Market.
CKS Memorial Hall - This memorial hall is home to several classical Chinese buildings, including the stately memorial itself as well as the National Concert Hall and National Theater. Another highlight is the hourly honor guard display.
 
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is located in the heart of Taipei City. The area is 250,000 square meters and it is the attraction most visited by foreign tourists. Outside the gate of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, there are poles carrying the sign of true rightness. The architecture of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is inspired by Tientam in Beijing. The four sides of the structure are similar to those of the pyramids in Egypt. The material is white marble. The roofs are decorated with deep-blue glass as part of the reflection of blue sky and bright sun. It adds a touch of grandeur. The garden is planted with red flowers. As a whole, the colors of blue, white and red express the National Flag and the spirit of freedom, equality and brotherhood.
 
Lungshan Temple- Longshan Temple is a famous old temple in Taiwan. It is for worshiping Guanshiyin Budda and other divine spirits. Longshan Temple is facing the South. Its architecture is a three-section design in shape. There are the front hall, the rear hall and the right/left dragons protecting the middle hall. The layout is square and serene. The temple was built in Qianlong 5th year in Qing Dynasty.
 
 Ximenting Shopping Area - The name of Ximending came from the period of Japanese colonization. At that time most local residents live within Taipei City. Ximending is the center for recreation. In 1896, the first theater "Tokyo Stand" was set up. In 1922, the place was officially called Ximending.
 
Shiling Night Market - Shilin Night Market is the one of the largest night markets in Taipei. The market is centered on Yangming Theater and Cicheng Temple. The night market is formed by many prosperous shops on Wenlin Road, Dadong Road and Danan Road, etc. Among them, Shilin Market was built as early as in 1899 and the market is famous for various snacks and eatery. Many visitors have come to Shilin Night Market to enjoy the delicious foods, such as large pancake enfolding small pancake, hot pot on stone or Shilin sausage. Shilin Night Market has become a renowned place for great foods.

Overnight: Taipei,Taiwan || Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

National Taiwan Museum Closed on Monday

Taipei Fine Arts Museum Closed on Monday

Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei Closed on Monday

National Taiwan Science Education Center Closed on Monday

Taipei Story House Closed on Monday

Taipei Astronomical Museum Closed on Monday

Discovery Center of Taipei Closed on Monday

Day 3

Taipei - Yehliu - By Road ( 38 kms / 44 mins appx.)

Yehliu - Taipei - By Road ( 38 kms / 44 mins appx.)

Stops: Yehlui Park, Queen’s Head, Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, Taipei 101 Shopping mall (observatory ticket is NOT incl.), Xinyi shopping district.
Yehliu - Yeliu (Yeliou) is a cape of about 1,700 meters long formed by Datun Mountain reaching into the sea. When overlooked from above, the place is like a giant turtle submerging into the sea. Thus, it is also called "Yeliu (Yeliou) Turtle". Because the rock layer of seashore contains sandstone of limestone texture and it is subject to sea erosion, weathering and earth movements, there is particular scenery consisting of sea trenches/holes, candle shaped rocks, and pot shaped rocks.
 
Songshan Cultural and Creative Park - In 2012, the Songshan Cultural and Creative Park was positioned as the “Creative Hub of Taipei”, with the objective to nurture creative talents and energy. The Park is not designed with a commercial focus, but rather, its mission is to kindle creativity and innovation and to be in synch with the interdisciplinary developmental trend observed in today’s industries. The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park is not just a platform for showcasing creativity and innovation.
 
Xinyi shopping district - Xinyi Business District is one of the most distinctive areas of Taipei City. Here you will find department stores, hotels, and fashionable restaurants clustered closely together, as well as important landmarks like City Hall, the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC), Taipei 101, the flagship store of the Eslite Bookstore chain, and so on. There are lots and lots of people here, as well as stores and entertainment activities, so you might call this area “Taipei’s Manhattan.” Throughout the Xinyi Business District you’ll see wide, clean streets, display windows showing the latest fashions, and big billboards. The department stores here carry world-class brand names and the works of master designers. Shoppers here will never be bored.
 
Taipei 101 shopping Mall - Taipei 101 is the tallest building in the world, with a mass of shops on the lower floors, incorporating many top brands under the LVMH group, such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Celine, etc. The fourth floor houses the Page One bookstore from Singapore, with the highest-roofed coffee house in Taipei and many fine restaurants.

Overnight: Taipei,Taiwan || Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

National Taiwan Museum Closed on Monday

Taipei Fine Arts Museum Closed on Monday

Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei Closed on Monday

National Taiwan Science Education Center Closed on Monday

Taipei Story House Closed on Monday

Taipei Astronomical Museum Closed on Monday

Discovery Center of Taipei Closed on Monday

Day 4

Taipei - Yangmingshan - By Road ( 18 kms / 37 mins appx.)

Yangmingshan - Dansui - By Road ( 6 kms / 15 mins appx.)

Dansui - Taipei - By Road ( 18 kms / 37 mins appx.)

Stops: Yangmingshan Park, Dansui Old Street, Fishermen’s Wharf, Huashan 1914 Creative Park.
Yangmingshan - Yangmingshan National Park is located in the north of Beitou. Yangmingshan was called Caoshan (Grass Mountain) during Japanese occupation of Taiwan, because it was covered with grass and seldom visited. After World War II, the KMT government renamed the mountain Yangmingshan and built a park here. Yangmingshan National Park is the only park in Taiwan that has volcanic geography and hot springs. It is next to Shamao Mountain and Qixing Mountain with Datun Mountain on the right and Guanyin Mountain in front. The magnificent mountainous scenery and comfortable weather have made Yangmingshan National Park a perfect summer resort. Total area of the park is 125 hectares, designed in traditional Chinese style. The natural beauty of the part has won it the reputation as urban forest and the Taipei garden.
 
Tamsui - Tamsui used to be called Huwei. It is a derivation from the ancient tongue Hoba. It means the river outlet. Tamsui is located in northwest of Taipei basin. Tamsui is surrounded by mountains and rivers and the scenery is beautiful. Hongmao Castle is a historical site in Tamsui with historical meaning. It was built by the Spaniards in 1626 and restored by the Dutch. The castle was called Anthony Castle. Because Taiwan people called the Dutch people Hongmao (people with red hair), the castle thus was called Hongmao Castle. It was also called Huwei Castle.
 
Fisherman's Wharf - Fisherman's Wharf is a multi-purpose leisure fishing port developed by the New Taipei City Government. There are magnificent floating piers and a spacious park, with a bridge in the shape of a boat spanning across the harbor and a wooden path stretching over 300 meters at the waterfront. It is relaxing to lean against the fence enjoying the breeze and sights at the Tamsui River mouth. In the evening, this is the best place to watch the view of the sunset.
 
Huashan 1914 Creative Park - In 1997 members of the Golden Bough Theatre made a startling discovery.  There, deep in the heart of Taipei and cordoned off from all visitors, stood an abandoned factory.  The group described the factory as a city within a city, a place where nature was left to age with concrete for nearly a decade…and they were intrigued.

Overnight: Taipei,Taiwan || Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

National Taiwan Museum Closed on Monday

Taipei Fine Arts Museum Closed on Monday

Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei Closed on Monday

National Taiwan Science Education Center Closed on Monday

Taipei Story House Closed on Monday

Taipei Astronomical Museum Closed on Monday

Discovery Center of Taipei Closed on Monday

Day 5

Depart Taipei

Departure transfer to onwards destination.

Overnight: None

Tour Ends

Prices & Dates

  • The prices given are on the room basis.
  • Single room price is for one person.
  • Double / Twin room price is for two persons.
  • Triple room price is for three persons.
  • Infant (upto 2 years) is free of charge.
  • Child (2-12 years) will get discounted prices computed by the system automatically.
  • Age of child will be considered as on date of travel and not on date of booking.
  • If you are traveling alone and can find yourself another single traveller of the same sex on your tour, then you can share a double / twin room with another single traveler and this may be economical to your pocket.

Season Dates Tour Price (Single-Room)

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Hotels

The Landis Taipei - Taipei,Taiwan

Nights: 4
Room Category: Standard Room
Our Category: 5*    |   Regional Category: 5*

209 newly renovated and tastefully decorated guestrooms and suites are fully equipped with the finest amenities to ensure a relaxing stay. Each room has flat screen TV, newly designed bathroom with a washlet which comes with warm toilet seat and warm-water cleansing system and complimentary wireless and high speed Internet access to offer the utmost level of convenience and comfort to travelers.

Trip Highlights

  • CKS Memorial hall
  • Yangmingshan National Park

Included

  • Accommodation as per the program.
  • Meals as per the program.
  • Entrance fees.
  • Local English speaking guide.
  • All transfers, sightseeing, excursions.
  • All taxes.

Not Included

  • Personal Expenses.
  • Camera / Video Camera Fees.
  • Medical Aid.
  • Tips.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visa (If any)

Important Information

  • Check-in is 14:00 Hrs. and Check-out is 11:00 Hrs. at most of the places.
  • Visa (if any) is a sole responsibility of a customer and must be aware of its formalities and conditions.
  • If quoted accommodation is not available, we will provide one of a similar category and standard.
  • One must adopt and accept the local culture and should not hurt any kind of sentiments including cultural and religious.
  • Clients must check the validity of passport and all other travel documents carefully prior to departure to avoid any last minute hassle.
  • Small deviations in the tour program are sometimes necessary, depending on weather, road conditions, flight schedules and room availability.
  • In case the government changes presently applicable taxes, increase in airlines prices, fuel surcharge our rates will need to be adjusted accordingly.
  • There is no relevance between the distance and time of travelling, as it depends upon the condition of the roads and congestion of the traffic. 
  • While every effort will be made to maintain the itinerary, in view of local strikes etc that are beyond our control all schedule and itineraries are subject to last moment changes.
  • Clients must be fully insured, as the company cannot accept liability for loss or damage to client’s property, medical emergencies or any other loss suffered by them whilst on tour.
  • In case of issuing air /train / ferry / cruise or any ticket, SGV is not responsible for any refund in case of delay / cancel or any other unforseen event, as it is the responsibility of source supplier.

Do’s & Dont’s

Travel smart, travel safe! Traveling abroad can be one of the best times of your life, or one of the worst times of your life depending on what you do while overseas. Below are some suggestions that will be helpful for you while traveling. 
 
DO's
  • Do be aware of your surroundings, and watch for suspicious people or vehicles.
  • Do respect local culture, customs and traditions. 
  • Do use cash substitutes such as traveler's checks or credit cards, and only carry as much money as you immediately need.
  • Do lock up valuables you are not taking with you in a safe in your room or use your hotel’s safe-deposit box services to store them; and lock the windows and doors your hotel room when going out.
  • Do make a note of your credit-card numbers and the phone number to call in case you need to report it stolen and cancel it.
  • Do dress appropriately for your surroundings as much as you can; looking more like a local makes you less of a mark than looking like an obvious tourist.
  • Do put a band around your luggage as a safeguard against pilferage while in transit; suitcase locks are no barriers to a professional thief.
  • Do travel with companions while sightseeing or shopping; there is safety in numbers.
  • Do keep vehicle doors locked and windows rolled up when driving.
  • Do be alert for staged distractions, such as someone bumping into you, spilling a drink on you, dropping something in front of you or causing a loud commotion; an accomplice can steal your valuables and walk away while you are momentarily distracted.
  • Photocopy Your Passport - Carrying around a copy of your passport (the page with your photo and other important information) is a must when traveling abroad, just in case your passport is damaged or lost.
  • Try New Foods - Don't be one of those travelers who is scared to eat new things. Try something new!
  • Do Check Out The Culture - Your interests may not lie in seeing art works and performances I'm languages you can't understand, but experiencing culture in a foreign land is incredibly eye opening and a fun experience.
  • Do Pack Layers - Weather can change quickly when you're exploring new lands, and finding properly fitting clothing when in foreign countries may he harder than you expect.
 
 
 
DON’Ts
  • Don't carry and flash large sums of cash, nor exchange money at dubious-looking places or with individuals on the street.  
  • Don’t look like a tourist by dressing like one, appearing lost or consulting a map in public.
  • Don’t walk with a bag slung loosely over one shoulder, and keep your bag on the opposite side of you from the road to forestall a thief on a bike from snatching it.
  • Don’t carry a backpack that looks like luggage.
  • Don't visit dangerous locations, or walk in unfamiliar, isolated or dimly lit areas, especially at night.
  • Don't leave valuable items in public view; that includes your passport as much as your iPhone.
  • Don't drive an obvious rental car, the more nondescript the better; keep maps and travel brochures out of sight in the glove compartment.
  • Don't park anywhere but a well lit place, don't leave valuables in sight (lock them in the trunk), and don’t pick-up hitchhikers.
  • Don’t keep your vehicle and house or hotel keys on the same key ring.
  • Don’t store cash, jewelry, medicine or other valuables in your luggage, and never leave your luggage unattended, even for a brief moment.
  • Don't Do Drugs - Don't bring them with you, don't accept them from friends or family or strangers, don't even talk about them. Many foreign countries are extremely strict when it comes to drugs and you could find yourself in big big trouble.
  • Don't Spend Too Much Time In Your Room - You may be jet lagged, you may be homesick, but sitting around won't help any of it. Get out there and have fun!
  • Don't Talk Politics - Not every country is a free country, and not every society is tolerant of free speech. Have fun but keep politics out of your discussions while on vacation.
  • Don't Let Your Phone Roam - Nothing is worse than returning home to see a cell phone bill that is astronomical. Be sure to either contact your provider for an overseas plan or only use it via WiFi.
Tour Details
Starts Taipei, Taiwan
Ends Taipei, Taiwan
Local Payment No
Tour Guide Yes
Meals Breakfast-3
Dinner-3
Seasons & Time
Best Time 1st Apr - 30th Apr
Low Season 1st Nov - 31st Mar
High Season 1st Apr - 31st Oct
Rainy Season 1st May - 30th Jun
Winter Season 1st Sep - 30th Apr
Summer Season 1st Jun - 31st Aug
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