- 150 South Bridge Road Fook Hai Building 01-12 & #07-01, Singapore 058727
Availability: 01 Oct 2022 to 31 Mar 2023
Up to $600 OFF Per Couple
- Sale period: Now till 31 March 2023
- Travel period: 01 October 2022 to 31 March 2023
- Chung-she Flower Garden
- Gaomei Wetlands
- Rainbow Village
- Fengjia Night Market
- Sun Moon Lake
- Wenwu Temple
- Fenchihu Old Street
- Fenchihu Railway Station
ALISHAN NATIONAL SCENIC AREA
- Sister Lakes
- Shouzhen Temple
- Sunrise Viewing Experience at Dueigaoyue Station
- YuYuPas Tsou Cultural Tribe Park with Dance and Song Performance
- Shifen Old Street
- Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
- Sun Moon Lake cruise
- 1 night accommodation at Sun Moon Lake
- 1 night accommodation at Alishan National Scenic Area
- Alishan sunrise train to Dueigaoyue Station
- 1 night accommodation at hot spring resort with in-room hot spring tub in Taichung
- Sky lantern experience
- 3 nights’ accommodation at international 5* hotel in Taipei
- 2 free and easy days in Taipei
- Complimentary 48-hour Taipei Metro Pass
- Taiwanese-style Mini Hot Pot
- Thao Specialty Cuisine
- Fenchihu Railway Bento Box
- Alishan Specialty Cuisine
- Aboriginal Cuisine
- Chien-Yen Shabu-shabu Buffet
DAY 1 – SINGAPORE – TAOYUAN (Meals on Board/Taiwanese-style Mini Hot
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Taoyuan. Upon arrival, head for dinner before transferring to the hotel. Thereafter, you can explore the cosmopolitan metropolis at leisure.
Accommodation: Tao Garden Hotel / Jungli Le Midi Hotel or similar.
DAY 2 TAOYUAN – TAICHUNG – NANTOU (Breakfast/Lunch/Thao Specialty
After breakfast, journey to Taiwan’s second largest city, Taichung. Marvel at a collection of adorable miniature displays and gorgeous blossoms ranging from sunflowers to tulips at the famous Chung-she Flower Garden. Next, explore Gaomei Wetlands, where the land and sea meets. It is a grassy and muddy tidal flat where you can catch the sea breeze and spot hundreds of crabs, mud-skippers, and rare birds! Thereafter, make your way to Nantou, which is home to the largest body of water in Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake. Sail across the lake on a cruise to appreciate its beauty and tranquillity. End the day at Wenwu Temple, located on the north side of Sun Moon Lake. This imposing temple structure has faux northern Chinese-style temple architecture and superb natural lookouts.
Accommodation: Einhan Resort / Lealea Garden Hotel or similar .
DAY 3 – NANTOU – CHIAYI – ALISHAN NATIONAL SCENIC AREA
(Breakfast/Fengchihu Railway Bento Box Lunch/Alishan Specialty Dinner)
This morning, make a stop at an aboriginal specialty product center before heading to Alishan National Scenic Area, which features green valleys, seas of clouds hugging high-altitude peaks, Japanese-built trains, and world-class sunrises. Along the way, stopover at Fenchihu, just like how passengers and train personnel of the old Alishan forest trains would do. You will feel as if you have travelled back in time as you stroll along Fenchihu Old Street, where you will see many shops within old buildings selling nostalgic merchandise. Understand why Fenchihu was one of the largest and most important railway stations of Alishan Forest Railway at the historic Fenchihu Railway Station. Thereafter, arrive at Alishan National Scenic Area, where you will proceed to the famous Sister Lakes that encompasses a tragic folktale. The day will end at Shouzhen Temple, which is Alishan’s largest temple and the highest temple in Taiwan. If you observe closely, you will be able to see the temple’s intricate designs and workmanship!
Accommodation: WunSun Hotel / Ying Shan Hotel or similar
Please bring along an overnight bag for your stay at Alishan National Scenic Area. Visits to Fenchihu and Alishan National Scenic Area are subject to weather conditions. If unavailable, they will be replaced with Xitou Monster Village and Xitou Forest Recreation Area.
DAY 4 ALISHAN NATIONAL SCENIC AREA – TAICHUNG (Breakfast/Aboriginal Cuisine Lunch)
Rise and shine early today to catch the sunrise train to Dueigaoyue Station, where you can watch the highly sought-after sunrise. If you are lucky, you may even witness a natural phenomenon known as the “sea of clouds”, where a thick blanket of red-tinted cloud will gather around the mountain peak. Embark on an educational and stress-relieving adventure and gain a deeper understanding of the mysterious Tsou people at YuYuPas Tsou Cultural Tribe Park. Furthermore, enjoy the Tsou people’s dance and music through a captivating and stunning live performance. In Taiwan, it is always tea time. Tea – black, green, or oolong, is the first thing served at restaurants without you even asking for it. Visit a Tea Cultural Centre to find out how and why Taiwan is immersed in tea. Then, make a stop at Painted Animation Lane, a small alleyway featuring colourful paintings of nostalgic anime and cartoon characters. It is said that these paintings were painted by the owner of the motorcycle shop next door, who is an anime fan, and new paintings are added from time to time. So, come and look out for your favourite characters. This evening, indulge in an exciting assortment of clothing stalls, game stations, and food stalls at Taichung’s biggest night market, Fengjia Night Market. The long day will come to an end when you check-in to a hot spring resort, where you can rejuvenate yourself in either the public hot spring or your in-room hot spring tub.
Accommodation: Freshfields Hotel or similar
Morning call will be between 3AM and 4AM. Please pack warm clothes for sunrise viewing at Dueigaoyue Station as temperature may hover between 3 and 15 degrees Celsius. Sunrise viewing is subject to weather conditions and timing is based on official schedule, which is subject to change. Please bring along your swim cap and swimwear if you are planning to use the public hot spring.
DAY 5 – TAICHUNG – TAIPEI (Breakfast/Chien-Yen Shabu-shabu Buffet Dinner)
Today, head to Taiwan’s cultural, economic, and political centre, Taipei. On the way, journey to Shifen Old Street’s collection of alleys and lanes lined with stalls selling local snacks and souvenirs. Though commercialised, it still retains rustic vintage vibes and the charms of yesteryear. Here, you must partake in the ritualistic sky lantern experience. Have a wish? Jot it down on the lantern and let it fly! Next, stopover at a Pearl Cultural Centre, Pineapple Cake Store, and Pixiu Lucky Charm Centre before making your way to Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, erected in honour and memory of its namesake. It encompasses a variety of biodiversity and garden landscaping, making it a fine place for visitors to both enjoy cultural sightseeing and get close to nature. Tonight, immerse yourself in the vibrant ambience of Ximending, the famed entertainment and shopping area, and the mecca for youth culture in Taipei.
Accommodation: Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel / Grand Hyatt Taipei or similar
Every 4 travellers will share 1 sky lantern.
DAY 6 – TAIPEI (Breakfast)
A hybrid between cosmopolitan and traditional, Taipei has a long history of cultivating cultural movements and diverse populations. From jazz fanatics to tea connoisseurs, today’s Taipei is filled with artistic, colourful people who will not hesitate to befriend you. Spend the day exploring the city at your leisure with your complimentary 48-hour Taipei Metro Pass, which allows you to enjoy unlimited travel on the Taipei Metro for 48 hours!
Accommodation: Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel / Grand Hyatt Taipei or similar.
DAY 7 – TAIPEI (Breakfast)
Home to a booming nightlife scene, historical resonance and some of the region’s most esteemed cuisine, Taipei is one of Southeast Asia’s most worthwhile destinations. Spend the day exploring the city at your leisure with your Taipei Metro Pass!
Accommodation: Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel / Grand Hyatt Taipei or similar.
DAY 8 TAIPEI – SINGAPORE (Breakfast/Meals on Board)
If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.
Tour is conducted in Mandarin unless otherwise specified.
Revisions, if any, in itinerary are subject to the Company’s Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is available at www.ChanBrothers.com/PackageTourTnCs. In particular, the Customer is requested to note the following:
- Itinerary may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond the Company’s control.
- Accommodation in designated cities is subject to room availability.
- Sequence of itinerary may be subject to change.
- Different tour groups may be merged.
Proposed changes, if any, that are not accepted will be subject to the refund provisions set out in the Terms and Conditions.