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If you’re lucky enough to have visited Taiwan, then wherever you go, it stays with you, for all of Taiwan is a moveable feast. Be astounded at the variety of dishes and snacks at Old Street. Appreciate the world’s most popular drink in one of the world’s supreme tea-growing regions. Enjoy the beautifully lush landscapes of the Bagua tea plantations and the fertile backdrop of Qiandao Lake located in the upper reaches of the Jade Reservoir. And be swept away in a gondola through the mountains of Maokong.

Enjoy with this Essential Pack: Ultimate Taipei Day Tour and Old Street and Tea Culture, the famous architectural feats of Taipei 101 and its surrounding busy city center and get introduced to Taiwan’s intriguing tea culture.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Marvel at the liveliness of the Longshan Temple, one of Taiwan’s most visited
* Visit the Presidential Office Building, the Chang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, the Lin An Tai Historical House and the Yangmingshan National Park
* Visit one of the most scenic tea plantations in northern Taiwan

First Day : Ultimate Taipei Day Tour
Think you can’t see Taipei in a day? Then think again! Get ready for a crash course on everything Taipei! From the famous architectural feats of Taipei 101 and its surrounding busy city center to the ancient, elaborately designed temples and old streets of Taipei.

From the night markets, street food and soothing hot springs that make Taiwan so famous to the must-see National Palace Museum. For the business, or simply busy, traveler with only a short stay in Taiwan, this is catered for you, and will blow your mind. What’s Taipei famous for? This tour has the answers.

Second Day : Old Street and Tea Culture
On this Taipei day tour you’ll be introduced to Taiwan’s intriguing tea culture. Start with Shihding Hsu’s Noodles handmade experience and Shihding Old Street. Then you will be visiting one of the most scenic tea plantations in northern Taiwan, located close to Feicui Reservoir, Taipei’s most important source of drinking water.

Seen from a distance the reservoir resembles a famous lake in mainland China and is therefore also known as Thousand Island Lake. The neatly kept rows of tea bushes of the Bagua Tea Plantation will present you with excellent photo ops! Last spot will be Pinglin Tea Museum.

La granja Qingjing, también conocida como los Alpes de Taiwán, ofrece unas maravillosas vistas durante todo el año que te permitirán alejarte del bullicio de cualquier ciudad. Estarás en un entorno natural, con aire fresco y reconfortante, rodeado de frondosos bosques y de rebaños de ovejas en las praderas.
Disfruta de una noche especial, bajo las estrellas de Qingjing y completa esta experiencia probando las deliciosas frutas de temporada de Taiwán que tú mismo has recogido.

Día 1: Taipéi – Qingjing
Sal de Taipéi por la mañana y dirígete a Qingjing, un pueblo montañoso en el centro de la isla, situado a 1,748 metros de altura sobre el nivel del mar. La granja fue fundada en 1961 por el consejo de asuntos de veteranos y su función era acomodar a los soldados desmovilizados y sus subordinados que se retiraban de las fuerzas armadas en la frontera sudoeste de China. Green Green Grassland es la atracción más popular de la granja, un pastizal de campo verde con ovejas y ganado pastando que brinda la oportunidad de interactuar de cerca con los animales.
Alojamiento: Granja Qingjing Ming Ging, Nantou o similar

Día 2: Granja Qingjing - Cosecha de frutas
Tras el desayuno en la granja, podrás explorar los alrededores por tu cuenta o hacer un tour opcional por Hehuanshan, una montaña de 3,416 metros de altura que te permite disfrutar de unas maravillosas vistas del paisaje montañoso.
El centro de Taiwán es conocido por el cultivo de frutas y verduras. Aquí, se cultivan diferentes variedades de fruta durante todo el año. Por la tarde, antes de volver a Taipéi, visita una granja local de fruta. No pierdas la oportunidad de recoger tu propia fruta y degustar el delicioso sabor de las frutas de temporada.

Escápate del bullicio de las grandes ciudades y relájate rodeado de la belleza natural del este de Taiwán. Nuestro tour incluye vistas del océano en la East Coast Scenic Area y un maravilloso paisaje natural en el valle East Rift. Explora el parque nacional Taroko, que fue seleccionado como uno de los 10 mejores lugares del mundo.

Día 1: Taipéi – Hualien – East Coast National Scenic Area – Taitung
Emprenderemos nuestro viaje hacia la costa este en tren y nos dirigiremos hacía el último lugar puro de Taiwán. Al llegar, nuestro conductor de bus te dará la bienvenida. La primera parada es Shitiping, una plataforma de abrasión marina con arrecifes de coral y cuevas que se extiende a lo largo de un kilómetro por la costa. Descubre Sanxiantai, literalmente terraza de los tres inmortales, que está compuesta por varias islas y arrecife de coral. Su atracción más importante es el puente con forma de dragón que conecta la isla con el continente. Aprende sobre las tradiciones, arquitectura, arte y música de los Amis, un pueblo aborigen de Taiwán, en el centro folclórico Amis.
Alojamiento: Hotel Sheraton Taitung o similar (Hotel 5*)

Día 2: Taitung – East Rift Valley – Hualien
Explora el East Rift Valley, que se extiende desde Hualien hasta Taitung. Maravíllate con la obra de la naturaleza mientras observas los diferentes tipos de accidentes geográficos creados por los ríos Hualien, Xiuguluan y Beinan a su paso por el valle. La primera parada es Luye Gaotai, una zona montañosa situada a 350 metros de altura. Sus favorecedoras condiciones geográficas hacen que este lugar sea la localización perfecta para el cultivo de té y el vuelo en parapente.
Visita el parque ecológico del Humedal de Mataian, situado a los pies de la montaña Masi. Es el humedal natural más grande de Hualien y también fue el suelo natal de los Amis.
Alojamiento: Promisedland Resort & Lagoon o similar (Hotel 5*)

Día 3: Hualien – Cañón de Taroko - Jiaoxi
Visita el conocido parque natural de Taroko, seleccionado como uno de los 10 mejores lugares del mundo. Conoce la grandeza de la obra maestra de la naturaleza y el mayor logro de ingeniería de la humanidad. El parque nacional fue conocido por sus elevados acantilados y sus valles de mármol macizo tallados por un río. Descubre la carretera Central Cross-Island, un estrecho y sinuoso camino de montaña que encontró su hueco entre las rocas. El camino esculpe el cañón y abre su paso para conectar la parte oeste de la isla con la parte este. A la vuelta, párate en el acantilado Ching Shui para admirar el increíble paisaje de la costa.
Tómate un descanso bien merecido después del intenso día de senderismo y relájate con un tratamiento natural en las aguas termales del hotel.
Alojamiento: Hotel Royal Chiaohsi o similar (Hotel 5*)

Día 4: Jiaoxi – Taipéi
Conoce más acerca de la artesanía tradicional, el folclore, el teatro de títeres y las delicias del antiguo Taiwán en el Centro Nacional de Artes Tradicionales.
Explora el Jardín de Orquídeas King Car Yuanshan y maravíllate con la elegancia de esta planta. Taiwán es conocido por sus cultivos de orquídeas y cada año, desde 2004, se celebra el Festival Internacional de Orquídeas.
La ultima parada es la destilería King Car Kavalan, la primera destilería de güisqui en Taiwán, donde tendrás la oportunidad de catar diferentes variedades de güisqui.

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport

Have a lengthy layover in Taiwan? Don’t want to spend your time at the airport? We've got you covered! Go on our layover day tour for travelers having to make a long stop in Taiwan. We take you to two places of interest in the greater Taipei area, one with truly amazing rock formations, the other known for delicious snack foods and stunning sunsets.
Your day adventure begins with an hour-long drive from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, during which a friendly and informative tour guide will give you a short introduction to Taiwan and the places you will be visiting.
Then we stop at Yeliu Geopark on the north coast, famous for its sea-eroded landscapes and strangely-shaped rock formations. Have fun photographing amazing features and learn about the tales and myths that surround this fascinating place. Among the strange and wonderful rock formations you’ll find are honeycomb, ginger, and mushroom rocks, and, the most famous of all, the ""Queen's Head,"" said to resemble the head of the ancient Egyptian queen Nefertiti.
The next stop is the lovely port town of Tamsui, to the north of Taipei City. There you will be visiting Fort San Domingo, a small sturdy fort built by the Spanish in 1629, which contains a wealth of Taiwanese history and also boasts spectacular views of the Tamsui River. Then walk along the lively old street of Tamsui and follow the riverfront where you can sample a wide variety of snacks and also play some interesting games. The old streets and the heritage sites of Tamusi give you a great starting point to get an idea of what Taiwan‘s rich culture is about.
Then it will be time to get back to the airport and on your flight to your final destination you might reminisce about your day in Taiwan and perhaps you will be thinking of coming back one day to explore to see more of beautiful Taiwan.
- Visit Yeliu Geopark, well-known for sea-eroded terrain with strange rock formations, such as the ""Queen’s Head""
- Take in the enchanting scenery of the north coast
- Visit the beautiful Fort San Domingoin Tamsui
- Explore the historical architecture, sample traditional foods, and enjoy a memorable sunset (time permitting) at Tamsui’s riverfront

Enjoy this Taipei day tour and you’ll be introduced to Taiwan’s intriguing tea culture.

HIGHLIGHTS:

*Overlook the lush green landscape of Bagua Tea Plantation at Feicui Reservoir (“Thousand Island Lake”)

*Learn all about tea and tea production at the Taipei Tea Promotion Center

*Enjoy a scenic ride on the Maokong Gondola

* Enjoy afternoon tea and take in the Taipei City scenery (at your own expense)

You’ll be visiting the mountains of Maokong, accessed by an exciting ride on the Maokong Gondola.
At Maokong you can go for a walk through tea plantations and sip fragrant tea in a hillside teahouse with great views of the city. At a tea promotion center you will learn more about tea production and the fascinating tea culture of Taiwan. Then you will be visiting one of the most scenic tea plantations in northern Taiwan, located close to Feicui Reservoir, Taipei’s most important source of drinking water.

Seen from a distance the reservoir resembles a famous lake in mainland China and is therefore also known as Thousand Island Lake. The neatly kept rows of tea bushes of the Bagua Tea Plantation will present you with excellent photo ops!

This excursion will take us to the northern paradise of Taiwan. Famous for its sea-eroded landscapes and hoodoo stones, Yehliu Geopark offers a wide range of geological goodies. Capture the famous Queen’s Head, Ginger Rocks, Mushroom Rocks, and other spectacular features in this sightseeing wonderland.

In the summer (May - October), explore the breathtaking ocean views at fun-filled Pacific Emerald Bay Summer time Paradise (Pacific Green Bay) where you can enjoy the beach time in one of the most popular beach of Northern coast.

During the winter (November - April), relax in the soothing baths at Baian Hot Spring Resort. This charming, elegant resort attracts visitors for its stunning mountain views and crisp, fresh air while soaking in the sensuous, mineral-rich water.

Exit 2, MRT Danshui Station

IIf you haven’t already thought about exploring beyond Taipei, now’s the time to start. Smaller than Taipei, Danshui (also known as Tamsui, Danshuei, and Tamshui) is at the end of the MRT line, but at the beginning of a lot of this area’s history. Formerly a shipping and commerce centre in 19th century northern Taiwan, Danshui has emerged as a fascinating place to visit, full of tradition, history, culture, authenticity, and food (of course!). We’ll take you on a Danshui tour that will open your eyes to this wonderful little spot on the river.

We set off from the Danshui MRT station, tracing the history and transformation of Danshui with every step, beginning with the origin of Danshui – the water. We’ll also check out the Shell Warehouse, set up during British colonisation and now functioning as Community University.

At the heart of Danshui is its traditional market, local temple, and old street, which we’ll explore in depth. Locals often snag their daily supplies at the market, and there continues to be a healthy amount of local farmer trading in the market as well. Visiting the market is one of the best ways to understand the lifestyle and living habits of locals in Danshui. Next we’ll visit Danshui Longshan Temple, a well-known temple located in the middle of the market. Not far from here is another temple, Danshui Master Temple, which has several god statues and very fine and exquisite carvings.

After checking out the market and temples, we’ll head over to the ‘rebuild street’ (Old Street), designated so because the buildings along this street are built with red bricks. The government of Taiwan actually planned to restructure and rebuild this old street at one time, but Danshui residents, together with historical and cultural workers wished to keep the streets and the red brick buildings as they were, as a way to preserve Danshui’s unique historical background and culture. Now, the old authentic street is preserved, and has become one the most unique attractions in town!

From history to transformation, we pay a visit to the Little White House, the former residence of the Danshui Tax Division, and Fort San Domingo, a red fort built by the Spanish. Both buildings demonstrate progression and different historical eras in Danshui, offering an interesting juxtaposition from our earlier, more historical sights.

By this point, you’ll probably be pretty hungry. Good thing it’s time to eat! The most famous and authentic local dish in Danshui is ‘Ah Gei’, or fishball soup, made with a sheet of bean curd stuffed with bean thread noodles, eaten with sweet or spicy sauces. In addition to the soup, there are other local snacks available to sample, like grilled squid, local biscuits, and an array of desserts to catch your eye. With full bellies and minds we’ll head back to Danshui MRT station, where you can head back into downtown Taipei, or feel free to continue your evening exploring Danshui at your leisure.

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Buy 1 Get 1 Free -Jiufen Gold Rush Town and Keelung Harbor Night Market with Taipei 101 Observatory Ticket

Jiufen (also known as Jioufen, Chiufen or ??), perfectly situated up in the hills and straddles the Pacific Ocean, was once a prosperous gold rush town before the 1970s. Today, with its picturesque stone walls, narrow cobblestone streets, and tea houses, the ancient city has become an inspirational mecca for artists, writers, and movie directors like Hou Hsiao-hsien (A City of Sadness) and Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away).

Yehliu National Geo Park - Yehliu lies in one of the most remarkable geological coastal areas in northern Taiwan, and is well-known for its rocky promontory overlooking the bay. Winds and waves shape the environment and make the scenic view magnificent. Local people have taken pleasure in naming the large rocks which dot the landscape after shapes which they resemble. When you see the ""Queen's Head"" rock, you'll feel like you're in the presence of royalty.

Jiufen & Jiufen Old Street - The most memorable part of being in Jiufen, without a doubt, is the long and narrow street market which stretches through the entire town. The streets are dotted with crafts, food, tea, snacks, and many traditional and playful products. Also, try some of the local foods, be sure to pick up some. Sweet taro balls, rice cakes and the grilled squid... one bite and you're hooked!

Inspiration of Animated Movie - Spirited Away, directed by the master of animation Hayao Miyazaki, won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature in 2002. Miyazaki came to Taiwan for an extended stay, and after relaxing and enjoying the beauty and scenery of Chiufen - gave birth to the animated masterpiece which has inspired an entire generation of Americans to learn about Japanese culture.

After this we will take you to Taipei 101 Observatory ""The Tallest Skyscraper in Taiwan"". Taipei City’s skyline is unique. When you overlook the low-rise city landscape of Taipei, you’ll see that it’s clearly worth waiting in line to take Taipei 101's elevators up to grab a God’s-eye-view of the city.

Jiufen Gold Rush Town
Jiufen, perfectly situated up in the hills and straddles the Pacific Ocean, was once a prosperous gold rush town before the 1970s. Today, with its picturesque stone walls, narrow cobblestone streets, and tea houses, the ancient city has become an inspirational mecca for artists, writers, and movie directors like Hou Hsiao-hsien (A City of Sadness) and Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away).

Jiufen & Jiufen Old Street
The most memorable part of being in Jiufen, without doubt, is the long and narrow night market street which stretches through the entire town.

The golden waterfall
Although there is no actual gold flowing forth from these falls, the name reflects their appearance: the combination of regular rainfall in this mining area and abundance of heavy metal elements deposited in the riverbed radiate a gold-like color.

Heping Island Park
Heping Island is the doorway to Keelung Harbor. Inside the park, you will see important terrain of marine abrasion, including marine cliff, abrasion platform and abrasion fosse as well as the famous “bean curd rock” and pedestal rock.

Keelung Miaokou Night Market
The food market in Keelung has been renowned for more than 40 years. There are many eateries here and more than 200 food stands gather in the area of 400 sq. meters.

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