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8D7N Central & Southern Taiwan Seat In Coach Tour
(Every Sunday, Monday Tuesday only )

Validity :

31-March-2018

Market Region :

Worldwide
*Legend : CWB - Child with bed, CNB - Child No Bed, Ext.Nite - Extension Night
*All Rate Quoted in USD
8D / 7N (USD) Per Pax
 
Package (8D-SIC4A1A)
Single
Twin/Trp
Child
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8D7N Package (Taipei / Puli / Sun Moon Lake / Lukang / Kaohsiung / Kenting / Taroko)
(Available on Every Sun, Mon, Tue ONLY)
1655.00
1070.00
910.00
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Taipei

Keelung

Kenting

Itinerary
  • Day 1 ARRIVAL
    Upon arrival at Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport, you will be met and transferred to your accommodation hotel. The remainder of the day will be free at own leisure.
    Hotel: Sonnien Hotel Taipei (4*) or similar

  • Day 2 TAIPEI CITY / PULI/ SUN MOON LAKE (Breakfast Included)
    Pick-up from hotel-Enbus for Nantou-Puli (a cultural & artistic heaven)-Sun Moon Lake-Lake Bus Tour (Wenwu Temple-Itathao Village-Ci-en Pagoda-Xuanzang Temple)
    Hotel: Sun Moon Lake Hotel, Sun Moon Lake (Mountain View room) (4-star) or similar

  • Day 3 SUN MOON LAKE - LUKANG - KAOHSIUNG (Breakfast Included)
    Sun Moon Lake-Lukang historical & cultural town-Entrain or Enbus for Kaohsiung
    Hotel: Chateau de Chine Hotel Kaohsiung (4-star) or similar

  • Day 4 KAOHSIUNG - KENTING - KAOHSIUNG (Breakfast Included)
    Pick-up from hotel-Enbus for Eluanbi Park (Light house)-Maobitou-Kenting Park-Kaohsiung
    Hotel: Chateau de Chine Hotel Kaohsiung (4-star) or similar

  • Day 5 KAOHSIUNG / TAIPEI (Breakfast Included)
    Kaohsiung City tour (Chengqing Lake-Spring & Autumn Pagodas—Former British Consulate)-Enbus or train for Taipei
    Hotel: Sonnien Hotel Taipei (4*) or similar

  • Day 6 TAIPEI - PINGXI - TAIPEI (Breakfast Included)
    Morning: Pingxi Sky Lantern Experience-Shifen Old Street-Shifen Waterfall-Shifen Railway Station
    Afternoon: Presidential Office (Pass by)-Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall-Martyrs’ Shrine-National Palace Museum-Taiwanese Temple-Handicraft Center
    Evening: Din Tai Fung Restaurant Dinner : Steamed Dumplings (xiaolongbao)-Longshan Temple-Huaxi Street Night Market-Taipei 101 Building
    ** Entrance ticket to Taipei 101 Observatory is NOT included.
    Hotel: Sonnien Hotel Taipei (4*) or similar

  • Day 7 TAIPEI / TAROKO GORGE / TAIPEI (Breakfast / Lunch Included)
    Pick up from hotel-Transfer to Taipei Railway Station-Entrain for Hualien-Enbus for Taroko Gorge Gateway-Shakadang Trail-Changchun Temple-Swallow Caves-Tianxiang-Marble Factory-Qixing Lake-Hualien Stone Sculptural Park-Entrain for Taipei-Transfer to hotel
    ** Incl. round trip train tickets between Taipei and Hualien, and lunch.
    Hotel: Sonnien Hotel Taipei (4*) or similar

  • Day 8 DEPARTURE (Breakfast Included)
    At leisure until check out and transfer to the airport for departure flight.

 

Attraction Descriptions
  • Puli: The people of Nantou county in central Taiwan are proud of the natural beauty of Puli, a small town at the geographical heart of the island. The town is famous for its “four Ws”: weather, water, women, and wine.

  • Sun Moon Lake: The poetically lake is the most famous lake attraction in Taiwan. With over 100 square kilometers, the lake got its name because the northern part of it has the shape of the sun and the southern part of it has the shape of crescent moon (those two parts are separated by Lalu Island). “Autumn Moon Scene of the Sun Moon Lake” is considered as the most attractive 12 sights in Taiwan.

  • Lukang: The Village of Lukang, located about 180 kilometers south of Taipei, is known as a center of arts and handicrafts, particularly wooden and bamboo items. It is the nearest port to the coast of Mainland China. In earlier years, the city was the site of magnificent homes and temples of uniquely Taiwanese architecture. Some of these structures still exist today. The Lung Shan Temple is the prime example.

  • Kenting National Park: Kenting National Park, which was established on Jan. 01, 1948, is Taiwan’s first National Park. The park is superbly located. Spanning the Hengchun Peninsula, it faces the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Bashi Channel to the south, and the Taiwan Straits to the west. Some of Taiwan’s largest coral reefs lie off the coast and the forests along the park’s western edge are the last of Taiwan’s coastal tropical forests. The name Hengchun Peninsula says much about the area’s attractions, for it means “Eternal Spring.” The fantastic climate, lush forests, beaches, and reef environments make Kenting a rival to internationally famous tropical resorts like Bali and Phuket.

  • Chengqing Lake: The Chengqing Lake has a lot of tourist attractions and is the largest lake in Kaohsiung County. A major attraction at the lake is the stately Restoration Pagoda. The lake also has islands and bridges, towers and pavilions, boating and aquariums, tree-lined paths, a nine-corner bridge.

  • Spring and Autumn Pavilions: The seven-tiered Dragon and Tiger pagodas stand in the water of Lotus Lake at Tzuoying near the graceful Spring and Autumn pavilions. A nine-cornered bridge links the pagodas to the shore.

  • Former British Consulate: The consulate was built in 1865 with more than a hundred years of history. It is now the most antique western building preserved in Taiwan. It was the western building designed by a British engineer and built by Chinese craftsmen, and it is the most meaningful ancient building of Chinese modern history with graceful and elegant proportion.

  • Taroko (Marble) Gorge: Taroko became a national park in 1986, including Hualien County, Nantou County and Taichung City. Taroko is famous for its spectacular mountains and marble canyons. Cliffs and canyons stretch along Liwu River. Four million years ago, the island of Taiwan was formed by the collision of plates. After millions of years of wind erosion, the marble rocks were exposed and cut by Liwu River, creating impressive grand canyons. From Qingshui to Nanhu Peak, the drop height is 3,742 meters. Such special geography has also bred special flora and fauna in this area.

  • Swallow Caves: Following the Central Cross-Island Highway, at Swallow Grotto the rock cliffs of the Liwu River gorge seem to reach to heaven while the river runs its swiftest and the distance between the gorge walls so narrow that they almost seem to touch each other. Along the Swallow Grotto trail which runs about a half kilometer starting from the entrance to Swallow Grotto to the Jinheng Bridge, you can enjoy the sights of the Liwu River from nearly straight above the water, the potholes on the cliff faces, the springs sprinkled along the lower parts of the walls, as well as the famous rock formation "Chieftain's profile rock".

  • Qixing Lake: Qixing Lake is located in Beipu Village, Xincheng Township, in the northeast of Hualien City. Visitors can get there via Meilun Industrial Park by following the signs in front of the National Hualien University of Education. The beach there has an elegant arch shape. The seawater there is clean and blue. The black stones there are crystal. From here visitors can see the great green mountains afar and the twisting highways. The Qixing Lake Scenic Area is designated for the bicycle touring. Along the 21km tour from Nanbin Park in Hualien City to the scenic area via Hualien Harbor and the 48 Highlands, there are different views and scenes. The Hualien County Government even built a number of recreational facilities, such as the Stone Sculpture Park, the Star Watching Plaza, the Sunrise Building, and the children's playground.

  • Pingxi Sky Lantern Experience: Pingxi and Shifen are just two of several towns alongside highway 106, a narrow back road that runs between southern Taipei and southern Keelung. Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival is one of the three most popular and well - known celebration event during the Lantern Festival. Since 1999, the Taipei County Government has devoted substantial resources to promote this festival, in a bid to promote it to become an international and multi - ethnic culture exchange activity. Through this festival, presenting the Sky Lantern tradition and the natural beauty of Pingxi to the public and prayers to the heavenly God and wishing for prosperity and peace for the nation and its citizens.

  • Shifen Old Street: The Pingxi Branch Rail Line extends 12.9 kilometers through Keelung River Valley from Sandiaoling to Jingtong stations. The line was built in 1918 to transport coal; and in 1992 it was repurposed as a tourism route. Homes hug closely to the tracks, adding to a nostalgic ambiance that has made the area a popular site for filming ads. The romantic beauty of the landscape has made this area a popular visitor attraction.
    Shifen Waterfall: Shifen Waterfall lies between Dahua Station and Shifen Station on the Pingxi Railway Line in Pingxi District, New Taipei City. Torrents of water thunder down this curtain-type fall like a white satin sheet. As the water plunges into the large, deep pool beneath, it raises mists that often enshroud the falls. On sunny days, the mists paint dazzling rainbows in the blue skies: a sight that has earned the waterfall pool the nickname of "Rainbow Pond." Because its bedrock slopes in the opposite direction of the water flow, Shifen Waterfall is a cascade-type waterfall similar to North America's Niagara Falls, earning it the nickname of "Taiwan's Niagara Falls."

  • Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall: an impressive monument to a great Chinese leader. The majestic hall towers over 25 hectares of landscaped gardens, graceful pavilions, and ponds. A statue of late President Chiang looks out over the city from the main building. An elegant Ming-style arch at the main entrance is flanked by two classical-style buildings, the National Theater and the National Concert Hall. The square between the buildings is a popular gathering place during festive occasions.
    Martyrs’ Shrine: an excellent example of classical Ming dynasty architecture, dedicated to the fallen heroes of China’s wars. There is an hourly changing of the guard ceremony at the entrance which many people find interesting.

  • National Palace Museum: houses the world’s largest collection of Chinese art treasure. Most of the 620,000 art objects were part of the Chinese imperial collection that was brought to Taiwan for safe-keeping. The collection is too large to be displayed at one time! While many popular pieces remain on permanent display, other items are rotated regularly, making each visit unique.

  • Taiwanese Temples: There are a lot of traditional temples in Taipei City. Those places represented the centers of people’s religious activities. Meticulously designed and built, the faithful believers showed their respects to the Holy Gods, and lots of smoke from incense suffused within those temples.

  • Handicraft Center: a one-stop shopping place in Taipei for gift, jewelry, art, furniture, and many other inexpensive mementos.

  • Din Tai Fung restaurant: Din Tai Fung is a restaurant originating in Taiwan, specializing in xiaolongbao (steamed dumplings). Outside its native Taiwan, Din Tai Fung also has branches in Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, the United States, Thailand and Dubai.

  • Longshan Temple: Taipei is home to many temples. Of these, Longshan (Dragon Mountain) Temple is the oldest and most famous. It is also one of Taiwan’s finest examples of temple architecture.

  • Huaxi Street Night Market: A Chinese traditional post stands at the entrance of Huaxi Street Night Market. Chinese traditional lamps are hung along the street. There are old, historical restaurants along the street that provide great dishes. For example, the Danzai noodle restaurant, the favorite of Japanese tourists, started its business here. Other great dishes like meat soup and squid soup attract many people. In summer, chopped ice plates and fresh juice are in great demand. In winter, dishes with Chinese medicine attract many visitors.

  • Taipei 101: Taipei 101 once was the tallest building in the world. The 508-meter structure has 101 floors and is situated at the center of the Hsin Yi District, Taipei City. In the mall, the world-class design and architecture make shopping here a joyful, fashionable activity.
Price for Package above inclusive of
  • Fare includes 7 nights hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis,
  • English speaking guide,
  • Daily hotel breakfast,
  • SIC TOURS,
  • Train ticket fromTaipei -Hualien-Taipei,
  • all transfers by air conditioned coach as per stated in the itinerary.
Price for Package above exclude the following
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Tippings
  • Room Service
  • Insurance
  • Security Charges
  • Telephone Calls
  • Laundry and any others items
Child Policy
  • Child rate below 12 years old, must share room with 2 adults, otherwise, will charge as adult’s fare
Important Note
  • Min 2 Person
  • All Rate Quoted in US DOLLAR (USD) per person
  • Hotel Standard: 4 - 5 stars
  • The Package Costs are subject to change without prior notice
  • Payment by credit card add 2.5%

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