Taiwan Tours

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Trip Overview

Taiwan is the Republic of China which is a state in East Asia neighboring China to the west and Japan to the Northeast. Taiwan is famous for its unique fusion of cultures, breathtaking scenery, diverse cuisine, exciting city life and well-developed hospitality industry, Taiwan is an ideal destination for many types of travelers.  Tourism in Taiwan is one of the major industries and contributor to the economy of Taiwan. There are numerous attractions in Taiwan. More Taiwanese had domestic travel for their tourism activities, in which the Kenting National Park became their most favorite destination.

Taiwan is known for some of the best food in the world. There’s a wide variety of snacks, hot foods, and interesting things to try. Some of the common local dishes include Beef Noodle Soup, Oyster Pancake, Wontons, Hot Pot, Mango Shaved Ice, Boba tea, Stinky Tofu, and really good/cheap breakfast. Taiwan has inherited Chinese traditions of religion and philosophy, as well as that country’s vast literary and aesthetic canon. The island is also a proud heir of the Austronesian culture of its indigenous people. 

Despite its relatively small size, Taiwan is one of Asia’s top destinations for outdoor adventure. Lush forests carpet two-thirds of the island. Many of these cover mountain ranges that soar to peaks just under 4,000 meters, and retreat to lowland landscapes of rolling plains, terraced flatlands, and meandering rivers. Towns are connected via a vast network of roads to entry points in the mountains. And embracing all of this is a shimmering shoreline of over 1,500 kilometers,    gusty Penghu Islands’ included.

If someone tells you there’s a temple on every street corner in Taiwan, they’re not far wrong. The country has over 12,000 registered temples, more than the number of convenience stores and one of the highest houses of worship per capita ratios in the world. Of these, nearly 80 percent are Taoist and 20 percent Buddhist. Temples dedicated to Confucius, lesser-known deities, and nature worship (like Tainan’s precious Wind God Temple) makes up a fraction. Whatever the faith, Taiwan’s temples are a delight to look at, and offer opportunities to learn about rituals and temple art as well as a culture’s desires and taboos.

When it comes to food, Taiwan is truly privileged. The country’s two dozen micro climates and a deeply rooted farming tradition have produced some of Asia’s best fruits, vegetables, and coffee. This bounty is matched by a diverse Cuisine heritage that includes Chinese regional cuisines and the food of the indigenous tribes. Taiwan is celebrated worldwide for its street snacks. Dainty bowls of yum and bite-sized deliciousness are habitually devoured at neighborhood joints or night markets. Adding to all this is a quietly simmering fine dining scene. Michelin-star chefs have opened offshoots in the capital, and they are joined by local maverick’s intent on upping the country’s kitchen game.

Taiwan is relatively safe to visit. Though the rates of violent crime are low by world standards, you are recommended to remain vigilant at all times. Petty crime rates are low as well, but pick pocketing and bag-snatching do occur, especially in locations frequented by tourists.

Trip Itinerary

  • Day 01:

    Pick up from Airport and transfer to Hotel Sightseeing Taoyuan, Taichung Opera House/Gaomei wetland and Chiayi

  • Day 02:

    ChiaYi to PengHu/JiBei Water Park by Boat

  • Day 03:

    PengHu/Ocean Farm, ChiaYi Budai by Boat and Taiwan Tea Tour and Nantou

  • Day 04:

    Nantou, Sun Moon lake/TaiChung Zen Temple, Central Cross-Island Highway/HualienTaroko and Hualien

  • Day 05:

    Hualien/QiXingTan to Suao By train and JiuFen Old Street and KeeLung Market

  • Day 06:

    KeeLung to YehLiu/Pineapple Cake DIY/Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall/EsliteBookstore/Taipei 101(Top)

  • Day 07:

    Taipei, National Palace Museum/Ever Rich Duty Free Shop and last Drop Airport


  • 6 Nights’ accommodation in 3-4 Star Hotel or identical level
  • Visa Processing
  • Bed, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Transfer in private Basis
  • Round Trip airfare in Malindo Airlines
  • Arrangement in Taiwan Tea, Native product and Duty Free shop
  • All entrance fees mentioned in Itinerary


  • Travel insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tipping
  • Liquors and Beverage
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Total Cost (USD) USD 2255 2142
Total Price: USD 2142
Trip Details
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Trip Start From: Kathmandu
  • Trip End From: Kathmandu
  • Min-Max Participants: 10-30 Pax
  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Best Season: All Year
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