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Taiwanese Religion Cultural Tour

Taiwanese Religion Cultural Tour - Hsinchu, Taiwan

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan

From USD
$660.00

Joss paper, a symbol of Taiwanese religion, is the object to communicate with the GOD in Taiwanese tradition. Nowadays, along with rising of the air pollution and losing of the traditional culture ... More info ›

Joss paper, a symbol of Taiwanese religion, is the object to communicate with the GOD in Taiwanese tradition. Nowadays, along with rising of the air pollution and losing of the traditional culture. Joss paper is losing its meaning. Within this tour, we shall discuss with you the meaning of traditional culture and religion and how to react to the trend of modernize. You will experiencing the process of producing paper from bamboo and understanding the meaning of the pattern on joss paper. Moreover, by circling the joss paper around the incense burner in the last step, you will be blessed by the God which is the perfect ending of the tour. Come to experience the grand Chinese religion culture and immerse yourself in this deep mystery world.

Embark on this tour to learn about the Taiwanese art and tradition of joss paper. Also known as "ghost money," the paper plays an important role in spiritual practices and represents a Taiwanese folk art. Get the chance to make your own joss paper on this enlightening excursion.

Start your day with pickup in Taipei and an easy drive out into the countryside to a small bamboo-growing village. Joss paper is typically made with a bamboo base, and here you can learn the most traditional methods of creating it from knowledgeable locals. In the village, take the opportunity to make your own joss paper from scratch, following ancient processes that also help calm and focus the mind as you immerse yourself in them.

Once your creation is dried, take it with you as you journey on to meet a craftsman skilled in the art of stamping joss paper. Learn about the significance of different designs, including ones that can be used as currency in the afterlife, and watch the expert imprint your paper with a beautiful red-ink image. Finally, bring your finished joss paper to a temple boasting the tallest Mazu goddess statue in the world, where you can honor ancestors and venerate deities by burning it as an offering.

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Leo Foo Village Theme Park Entrance Ticket including Delivery

Leo Foo Village Theme Park Entrance Ticket including Delivery - Hsinchu, Taiwan

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan

From USD
$39.00

Pre-purchase the entrance ticket to Leo Foo Village Theme Park and have it delivered to your hotel in central Taipei.

Visit Leo Foo Village Theme Park with your family and spend the whole day there to fully explore both its amusement park and safari. The theme park is located in Guansi, Hsinchu County (approx ... More info ›

Pre-purchase the entrance ticket to Leo Foo Village Theme Park and have it delivered to your hotel in central Taipei.

Visit Leo Foo Village Theme Park with your family and spend the whole day there to fully explore both its amusement park and safari. The theme park is located in Guansi, Hsinchu County (approx. 1 hour drive from central Taipei) featuring over 30 different roller coasters including Screaming Condor, Sahara Twist, and Vekoma Roller Skater. In addition to wide variety of rides, Leo Foo Village Theme Park is also known for its safari park and musical water shows. The safari features African Safari of wild safari themed area, South Pacific of tropical themed area, and Wild West of old west themed area.

Park Opening Hours

  • January ~ February: (Weekdays) 9:00~17:00, (Weekends and public holidays) 9:00~17:00
  • April ~ June: (Weekdays) 9:00~17:00, (Weekends and public holidays) 9:00~19:00
  • July and August: (Weekdays) 9:00~20:00, (Weekends and public holidays) 9:00~20:00
  • September ~ October: (Weekdays) 9:00~17:00, (Weekends and public holidays) 9:00~19:00
  • November ~ December: (Weekdays) 9:00~17:00, (Weekends and public holidays) 9:00~17:00
African Safari Opening Hours
  • January ~ February: 9:30~16:30
  • April ~ June: 9:30~16:30
  • July and August: 9:30~19:00
  • September ~ October: 9:30~16:30
  • November ~ December: 9:30~16:30

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1-Day Hsinchu and the Hakka Heartland Private Tour of Taiwan

1-Day Hsinchu and the Hakka Heartland Private Tour of Taiwan - Hsinchu, Taiwan

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan

From USD
$149.00

Enjoy a full one-day private tour exploring the the city of Hsinchu and the Hakka Heartland.

Enjoy a  full one-day private tour exploring the city of Hsinchu and the Hakka Heartland.

Pickup from your hotel in Hsinchu or Taipei or Hsinchu railway stations. Includes lunch, mineral water and insurance.

Itinerary:

  • Hsinchu City is synonymous with high-tech industry ... More info ›

Enjoy a full one-day private tour exploring the the city of Hsinchu and the Hakka Heartland.

Enjoy a  full one-day private tour exploring the city of Hsinchu and the Hakka Heartland.

Pickup from your hotel in Hsinchu or Taipei or Hsinchu railway stations. Includes lunch, mineral water and insurance.

Itinerary:

  • Hsinchu City is synonymous with high-tech industry. Few non-Taiwanese know that the nearby interior is both a bastion of Hakka culture and awash with pretty little towns and endearing country scenes. 
  • For this tour we’ll take you out of the city and into the foothills where tea and fruit are grown, and where tradition still plays a major role in people’s lives.
  • Beipu, founded in 1835 by armed Hakka settlers, is a place where the past can still be seen and touched. A good bit of 19th-century character remains, including  shops that sell camphor oil, a key commodity in the Taiwan of yesteryear, and restaurants that serve frog meat and offal. Lunch will include more mainstream Hakka delicacies – but if you’re an adventurous gourmand let us know and we’ll order accordingly! 
  • In the past, many Hakka dishes were regarded as oily and salty; in line with the modern preference for healthy fare, innovative chefs have updated the cuisine, while retaining its characteristic pork and pickle flavours. While in Beipu you can also try your hand at making leicha, a nourishing blend of tea leaves, seeds, nuts and grains.
  • Inland Hsinchu is where Taiwan’s oriental beauty tea is grown. In the afternoon, we’ll tour the Fuxing Tea Demonstration Centre in Emei. There we’ll try local green, oolong and oriental beauty teas, and take a look at the pre-World War II tea-processing equipment that’s preserved inside. 
  • Before transferring back to your hotel or the transport hub of your choice we may be able to fit in a brief stop at the region’s most important religious site: Baozhong Temple commemorates Hakka volunteers who died defending their communities during rebellions in the 18th and 19th centuries.



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