Gather at KLIA 3 hours before departure to Taipei. On arrival, meet and greet with guide and our tour begins!
Lugang a treasure-house of old-time architecture, temple life, handicrafts, and snack delicacies, and you step back into a time when emperors still ruled. The town, in Changhua County, is Taiwan’s second-oldest urban center and was one of its three great ports through much of the Qing Dynasty. Much of the imperial-era architecture still survives, along with the narrow streets and timeless traditions.
Lugang Ding Ancient House The Ding Family Mansion in Lugang Town is a group of famous southern Fujian-style buildings with an architectural pattern of “three ridges, three entrances and two courtyards”.
Osmanthus Art Village was, in the past, a place of osmanthus-flower cultivation. Today the renovated Japanese-style Showa-era residential buildings are studios, the artists in residence practicing many different art forms including the crafting of lion heads, calligraphy, and leather sculpture.
Tricycle Tour Lugang Old Street
Fengjia Market is by far themost famous of the many night markets in Taichung with over 400 stalls of street food and shopping experience.
Following breakfast, we will proceed with Taichung tour:
National Taichung Theater if Taiwan is a treasure-filled museum, the National Taichung Theater can be described as Joan Miro’s “Venus” at the Louvre, displaying a power and beauty that transcends space and time. Designed by world-renowned Japanese architect Toyo Ito and his team, NTT stands among the world’s new top nine architectural landmarks.
Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village the largest outdoor museum dedicated to displaying the traditional homes from nine principal aborigine tribes.
Sun Moon Lake stroll through the Toushe Basin, Wenwu Temple, forest trails, and more, and learn about local life, culture, and natural ecology. Includes ferry ride.
Taichung Mosque was built through raised funds in 1951 and rebuilt at its new site in Nantun in 1994. The Taichung Mosque has since been expanded with a building, shop, restaurant, dormitories, and classroom, as well as a cemetery for Muslims.
Taiwan Miso Brewing Cultural Centre founded in 1984, it is the first miso tourist factory in Taiwan. It produces more than 30 different flavors of original miso and miso sauce in Taiwan.
Shenji New Village takes visitors back to the late 1960s when the complex was built to serve as dormitory housing for the Taiwan Provincial Government. In recent years a major trend in cities around Taiwan has been the restoration of old houses, industrial sites, military dependents’ villages, and other heritage treasures. The aim has not just been to preserve these gems, but also to transform them into centers of culture, creativity, and small-scale businesses.
Pineapple Cake Making Workshop
Ximending located in the Wanhua District of Taipei, it is a popular shopping and entertainment district known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse offerings. It is often compared to Tokyo’s Harajuku or New York’s Times Square, and is a hub of youth culture and fashion. The area is home to numerous boutiques, restaurants, and cafes.
Jiufen Old Street this place is like Taiwan in the olden days (or maybe little Hong Kong), with many interesting shops. And, there is the beautiful ocean view of Keelung outer sea!
Shifen Old Street is a collection of lanes and alleys in and around the Shifen railway station area. Originally built for transporting coal during the Japanese era, the station and track runs straight through the village. The sky lanterns at Shifen Old Street are of particular note. Once used as a signaling system for those living and working in the railroad industry, visitors today paint their wishes with calligraphy before releasing the lanterns into the sky.
Yehliu Geopark is home to a number of unique geological formations including the iconic “Queen’s Head”, and is located along a cape stretching out from the town of Wanli.
Taipei 101 is not just a skyscraper, it’s a symbol of Taiwan’s rich history and cultural heritage. And it continues to be one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world (photo stop only, observation deck tickets not included).
Taipei Grand Mosque is a long-standing testament to the city’s commitment toward its Muslim community. The massive structure occupies an area of 2,747 square meters, making it the largest mosque in all of Taiwan.
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall the most prominent historical landmark in Taiwan, the CKS Memorial Hall was erected in honor and memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, the former President of the Republic of China, and was opened in 1980 as part of a national park and gathering area.