DAY 1 Departure flight-Taoyuan (Taipei)
Meet and transfer to hotel
Day 2 Sun Moon Lake-Cruise on Lake-Peacock Garden-Puli Brewery-FengJia Night Market (B/L)
Sun Moon Lake: the lake spans 33km and cover 793 hectares. It is divided into two sections by LaluIsland. The Eastern part of the lake is round like the sun, while the Western part is shaped like a sun; hence the name SunMoonLake.
Wen Wu Temple: dedicated to Confucius and Guandi. Chung Tai Chan monastery: the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan and it is widely admired as an architectural masterpiece because of the mountain monastery's more modern look.
FengJia Night Market: the most famous night market in Taichung where you can buy low-cost and chic stuffs.
DAY 3 Yingge-Danshui- Fort Santo Domingo -Yangmingshan National Park-Taipei 101 (B/D)
Yingge: the largest center for ceramic production in Taiwan.
Yingge Pottery Street &Yingge Ceramics Museum:exhibiting ceramic culture in Taiwan.
Fort Santo Domingo:important historical asset which tells the history of Taiwanthe Fort Santo Domingo is where you can have an idea of Taiwan history, and appreciate the architecture which has undergone several cultures plus the beautiful sun-set sceneries.
Danshui Old Street and water front: famous pedestrian shopping area. Fisherman’s Wharf:is located of the right mouth of Danshui River, it has also become a popular filming location for TV.
Yangmingshan National Park:is the only park in Taiwan that has volcanic geography and hot springs. The natural beauty of the part has won it the reputation as urban forest and the Taipei garden. Taipei 101:the landmark building of Taiwan (excluding sightseeing elevator).
Day 4 C.K.S Memorial Hall-Martyr’s Shrine-Mao Princess House-Yehliu-Jiufen-Hot Spring -Shihlin(B)
C.K.S Memorial Hall:used to be a monument built in memory of former president Chiang Kai-Shek. Martyr’s Shrine: holds an elaborate ceremony of changing guards hourly.
Yehliu Scenic Area:Yehliu is a cape protruding above sea level, the spectacular, internationally-known landscape, such as Queen’s Head Rock, bean curd rocks, and sea-eroded caves, were formed by wave erosion, weathering and crustal movement.
Jiufen*:during the period of Japanese colonization, all the gold mined from here was sent to Japan. It is said that Jiufen was prosperous because of a gold rush but then faded with the decline of gold mining activities. After the beginning shooting of the movie “ A City of Sadness”, Jiufen became a hotspot for tourists.
Beitou Hot Spring: so try to experience the rustic yet refined hot spring culture, and relax your body and soul.
Shilin Night Market:full of local Taiwanese cuisine and snacks, such as pan-fried dumplings, frogs-laying-eggs, plus-size chicken cutlets and Shiling sausages, etc. (*Chiufen will be replaced by Jinshan Old Street on weekends and Public Holdiays, Jinshan Old Street is the only preserved ancient street of Qing dynasty in the North Coast of Taiwan.)