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Taipei Half-Day City Tour

Taipei Half-Day City Tour - Taipei, Taiwan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Taipei, Taiwan

From USD
$45.00

Get a glimpse of Taipei on this three-hour tour. See how the people live in this interesting city ... More info ›

Get a glimpse of Taipei on this three-hour tour. See how the people live in this interesting city. Visit Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, Martyrs's Shrine, a classic Ming Dynasty architecture and later onto the National Palace Museum. Conclude with a visit to a Handicraft Center to view typical Taiwanese craftsmanship.

You'll be picked up from your Taipei city hotel and guided around Taipei's best attractions. Visit the grandiose Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, in downtown Taipei to pay homage to the late President Chiang Kai-Shek. Travel to Martyrs' Shrine to see an excellent example of classical Ming Dynasty architecture dedicated to the fallen war heroes of the country and see the hourly changing of the guard ceremony.
The three-hour Taipei tour continues to the National Palace Museum, which houses the world's largest and most valuable collection of Chinese art treasures. There are permanent displays of ceramics, bronzes, oracle bones, porcelain, paintings, calligraphy, enamelware, jade, Ching dynasty costume, carvings, and cabinets, as well as temporary exhibitions of other items.
Travel to one of the many traditional Chinese temples that surround Taipei city. Then it's time for some shopping at the Handicraft Center, the center offers Taiwanese craftsmanship including jewelry, art and furniture.
Tour Highlights
• Drive past Presidential Building
• Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall
• Martyrs' Shrine (War Memorial)
• National Palace Museum
• Chinese Temple
• Handicraft Center

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Taipei Night Tour including Din Tai Fung Dinner

Taipei Night Tour including Din Tai Fung Dinner - Taipei, Taiwan
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Taipei, Taiwan

From USD
$52.00

Taipei comes alive at night and the city is a buzzing. This 3.5-hour night tour of Taipei starts with exploring the ancient Longshan Temple, stroll through the exotic night markets, a delicious Din Tai Fung dinner and watch Taipei sparkle on top of the worlds 2nd tallest building, the 101 Building.
Tour Highlights
• Dinner at Din Tai Fung (Taipei Michelin's Bib Gourmand)
• Learn local religion through the guided tour at Longshan Temple
• Stroll at Huaxi Street Night Market
• Taipei 101 and shopping mall (Taipei 101 observatory deck is NOT included.)

You'll be picked up from Taipei city hotel at 6:00pm and start the tour at the ancient Longshan Temple, often crowded with worshippers ... More info ›

Taipei comes alive at night and the city is a buzzing. This 3.5-hour night tour of Taipei starts with exploring the ancient Longshan Temple, stroll through the exotic night markets, a delicious Din Tai Fung dinner and watch Taipei sparkle on top of the worlds 2nd tallest building, the 101 Building.
Tour Highlights
• Dinner at Din Tai Fung (Taipei Michelin's Bib Gourmand)
• Learn local religion through the guided tour at Longshan Temple
• Stroll at Huaxi Street Night Market
• Taipei 101 and shopping mall (Taipei 101 observatory deck is NOT included.)

You'll be picked up from Taipei city hotel at 6:00pm and start the tour at the ancient Longshan Temple, often crowded with worshippers. The Longshan Temple is one of Taiwan's finest examples of temple architecture. Ancient Buddhist rituals are still practiced at the Longshan Temple.
The night tour of Taipei continues to the exotic Huaxi Street night markets and Snake Alley, lined with food stalls and small shops. Pick up a bargain!
Then, you will be taken to the popular restaurant where you'll enjoy a delicious Din Tai Fung dinner, with Xiao Long Bao, Steamed Dumplings, Hot and Sour Soup, Fried Rice and Steamed Red Bean Xiao Long Bao as dessert.
The last stop on this night tour is at famous 101 Building, the world's 2nd tallest building. The 101 Building (admission to be payable direct) is a must-do attraction while in Taipei, 508 meters tall and completed in 1999, Taipei 101 contains a 5-storey shopping center.

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Taroko National Park Classic Full-Day Tour

Taroko National Park Classic Full-Day Tour - Hualien, Taiwan
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hualien, Taiwan

From USD
$56.25

Taroko National Park is where you must visit in Hualien. The scene that attracts visitors all over the world makes Taroko synonym of tourism in eastern Taiwan ... More info ›

Taroko National Park is where you must visit in Hualien. The scene that attracts visitors all over the world makes Taroko synonym of tourism in eastern Taiwan. The rich history and natural landscape allow visitors to spend a whole day. This tour covers most of the popular spots and trails, it includes visiting the magnificent gorge, ocean cliff, waterfall, suspension bridge and much more. With our friendly local expert’s guiding, it means you will be in good hands and visit every must-see site that could have otherwise been missed easily if you come here by yourself. It’s also a tour that suits all ages if you have senior citizens in your group.

• Taroko Arch Gate: The gate that marks the entrance of the national park, welcoming the visitors from all over the world.
• Shakadang Trail: Relaxing trail with grotesque rock formation and beautiful patterns on the cliff. The river by the trail remains crystal clear and turquoise throughout the year.
• Swallow Grotto (Taroko Gorge): The most well-known attraction in the park. The combined forces of earthquake and river erosion take turns to form this amazing gorge.
• Cimu Bridge: A perfect location to observe amazing white marble beside Liwu river.
• Lushui Trail: 50 minutes trail with a gradual and easy slope. The middle part of the trail allows you to walk on the edge of a cliff. It’s railing protected to make this trail suitable for all ages.
• Eternal Spring Shrine: Memorizing the loss of the heroes behind the establishment of Taroko National Park. An iconic spot full of history.
• Qingshui Cliff: A must-visit spot with breathtaking cliff beside the Pacific Ocean.
Please note that we may not follow the order to visit each attraction listed here, it depends on the traffic, weather and road condition. We remain the final decision to adjust the order. It's also possible that we may replace some of the attractions listed here with other attractions nearby if any of them is under maintenance or closed due to the damage from the weather. 

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Zhuilu Old Trail Hiking Day Tour in Hualien

Zhuilu Old Trail Hiking Day Tour in Hualien - Hualien, Taiwan

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hualien, Taiwan

From USD
$150.00

If you are looking for some challenges and take your tour in Taroko Gorge to the next level, Zhuilu Old Trail is definitely where you should visit. Visitors are allowed to walking on the cliff path to have an astonishing view of the gorge ... More info ›

If you are looking for some challenges and take your tour in Taroko Gorge to the next level, Zhuilu Old Trail is definitely where you should visit. Visitors are allowed to walking on the cliff path to have an astonishing view of the gorge. The tour guide will keep you company to explain the history and take great pictures at the best shooting spots. There is a daily capacity on the number of visitors, and it requires permits for hiking this breathtaking trail. A peace of mind for your adventure journey!

From the trail
• 0 km: Zhuilu Suspension Bridge – Green long suspension bridge above Liwu river, giving you a unique perspective of the gorge. Exclusive to the hikers only.
• 1 km: Badagang Outpost– Historic aboriginal settlement. It used to be the biggest Japanese checkpoint in Zhuilu Old Trail.
• 1.2 km: Badagang Suspension Bridge – Another suspension bridge where travelers rest. It’s enjoyable to stand/sit on the bridge for the breeze and the view down to the gorge.
• 2.4 km: Zhuilu Old Trail Cliff Path– From here it begins with the highlight of the tour. A long and narrow path on the edge of the cliff. The view up here is simply astonishing. It's once in a lifetime experience. After the trail (bonus)
• Swallow Grotto – The most well-known attraction in Taroko National Park. From here you are able to see how the erosion separated the mountain to form the greatest marble gorge in Asia.
• Chingshui Cliff – A secret and epic attraction to understand how the cliff got elevated from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean by the force of the earthquake.Please note that the itinerary is subjected to change due to the potential interferences like weather, road traffic control, road damage and condition of each attraction. Under the above circumstances, the tour guide might alter the itinerary and find other attractions to replace.

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Taoyuan Old Town Night Tour

Taoyuan Old Town Night Tour - Taoyuan District, Taiwan

Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Taoyuan District, Taiwan

From USD
$20.00

Taoyuan Old Town Night Tour

Taoyuan, the earliest development to this wasteland in 1737 by Han Chinese from south-east China, is a city that you still can find clues of tracks of history after Qing Dynasty! However, it has always been ignored and considered, well, it is an industrial city since 1960s. Tore down houses for factories, packed city without proper city plan, pollution of air and river, beautiful old houses hidden behind sheet metals, even local Taiwanese call it “dessert“!

We, a bunch of local young fellows, wanna proof that Taoyuan is not just a satellite city of Taipei, it’s way more than you might think about and oasis exists!

We will take you back to Qing, Japanese colonial period, before and after WWII and present, to spiritual temple of Taoyuan built in Qing Dynasty, the location where prince from Japan royal family stayed in 1895, passing through one of the four remaining legal brothels in Taiwan in red light district, seeing those amazing old houses hidden behind billboards and signs and tasting home-made maltose from the shop run for 5 generations!

Take you to all the spots you need to know in old town Taoyuan, to see and discover the hidden beauty with night light healing a city so riddled with sheet metals and buildings.

Taoyuan Old Town Night Tour

Taoyuan, the earliest development to this wasteland in 1737 by Han Chinese from south-east China, is a city that you still can find clues of tracks of history after Qing Dynasty! However, it has always been ignored and considered, well, it is an industrial city since 1960s. Tore down houses for factories, packed city without proper city plan, pollution of air and river, beautiful old houses hidden behind sheet metals, even local Taiwanese call it “dessert“!

We, a bunch of local young fellows, wanna proof that Taoyuan is not just a satellite city of Taipei, it’s way more than you might think about and oasis exists!

We will take you back to Qing, Japanese colonial period, before and after WWII and present, to spiritual temple of Taoyuan built in Qing Dynasty, the location where prince from Japan royal family stayed in 1895, passing through one of the four remaining legal brothels in Taiwan in red light district, seeing those amazing old houses hidden behind billboards and signs and tasting home-made maltose from the shop run for 5 generations!

Take you to all the spots you need to know in old town Taoyuan, to see and discover the hidden beauty with night light healing a city so riddled with sheet metals and buildings.

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Explore Old Taipei's Hidden Food Gems

Explore Old Taipei's Hidden Food Gems - Taipei, Taiwan

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Taipei, Taiwan

From USD
$50.00

Eat like a true Taipei local by going on this 2 hour gastronomic walking tour. We will learn about Taipei Wanhua's rich, dangerous and fantastically dramatic history as we explore down the hidden alleys and taste the neighbourhood's favourite local haunts ... More info ›

Eat like a true Taipei local by going on this 2 hour gastronomic walking tour. We will learn about Taipei Wanhua's rich, dangerous and fantastically dramatic history as we explore down the hidden alleys and taste the neighbourhood's favourite local haunts. Skip the tourist traps and unnecessary lines as you find out where the real, longstanding hot spots are. By joining on our tour, you will be supporting the local businesses and residents of Wanhua, a proud, historical neighbourhood of Taipei. All food tastings are included in the tour! Come hungry and be ready to try some new food!

Be prepared to explore your tastebuds by visiting some of the oldest institutions of Taipei's time tested stalls. We will first meet at Longshan Temple and embark on our 2 hour walking tour through the winding alleyways and narrow market streets of Wanhua. We will wander our way through an old Japanese colonial traditional marketplace and see locals do their daily grocery shopping, while dining on our seasonal tropical fruits. We will then make our way to the BoPiLiao historic neighbourhood, a well preserved piece of history, while munching on one of the city's best deep fried pork.

Next we will pass by one of the first public elementary school in Taiwan to make our way to the oldest surviving ice cream parlour of Taipei. Try deliciously Taiwanese flavoured scoops that Taipei locals have enjoyed since 1945. We will also try the world famous gua bao (Chinese hamburger). Not full yet? Don't worry, the tour will take a turn into one of the oldest parts of Taipei with a wonderfully scandalous and violent past. Rich with history and food, we will hop around a multitude of stalls trying out various traditional desserts such as mochi, red bean cakes and potato jelly noodles. We will take you through the former red light district of Taipei and finally make our way back to Longshan temple with a belly filled with food, and hopefully a new appreciation for Taipei's rich history of Chinese fusion food.

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