Taipei, also known as the city that never sleeps, has become one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities bustling with modern high buildings, amazing shopping, street markets, ancient traditions and temples. The National Palace Museum is its national treasure housing objects from China’s Forbidden City and definitely not to be missed.

Your package includes

  • Return airport transfers by private vehicle
  • Sightseeing with an English speaking private guide and private vehicle
  • 7 night accommodation in double occupancy
  • 7 breakfasts

Not included • International airfare & airport taxes • Gratuities to hotel personnel, guide and driver • Beverages • Optional excursions.

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Day 1 TAIPEI


Arrive in Taipei. Your tour guide will greet you in the arrival hall of Taoyuan International Airport and escort
you to your hotel with a chauffeured transfer. See hotel choices below.
Accommodation in Taipei for 2 nights
TAIPEI 3* GALA or GOLDEN CHINA HOTEL
TAIPEI 4* HOWARD PLAZA or THE LANDIS
TAIPEI 5* PALAIS DE CHINE or REGENT TAIPEI or TAIPEI MARRIOTT
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Day 2 TAIPEI


After breakfast, your tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel and take you to the most wellknown spots in Taipei City.
The first stop is one of the most-visited museums in the world – National Palace Museum. This museum houses nearly 700,000 pieces of ancient Chinese artworks over multiple dynasties. Beside the permanent
exhibits, there are temporary exhibits from time to time. After lunch (own your own account), continue with a visit to Longshan Temple dedicated to the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy (Kuan-in in Chinese), and it survived the bombing during the air raid in 1945. Continue with a walk along Wanhua Herb Alley, a small alley with shops that sell all types of herbs for more than 100 years. Do not miss the opportunity to try some
Chinese herbal drinks! Drive past the Presidential Office, a baroque-style building built in the 1910s. It is also a symbolic landmark and historical site in Taipei City. The next stop is Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, an
impressive monument in memory of President Chiang Kai-shek. Surrounded by white walls with a blue-tiled roof, the park contains an archway, a museum, a square, and a garden. The last stop before dinner is Taipei 101. This skyscraper was once the tallest building in the world, about 508m tall, with an observatory deck on the 88th, 89th and 91st floor. Before dinner, enjoy panoramic night views of the city.
After dinner (own your own account), your tour guide and driver will escort you to your hotel. (B)
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Day 3 TAIPEI - SUN MOON LAKE


Today, depart Taipei City to Sun Moon Lake located in the middle of Taiwan and situated 762 meters above sea level in the lofty mountains of Central Taiwan. Sun Moon Lake is the biggest freshwater lake on the island. Divided by Lalu Island, the lake got its name from the unique terrains that look like sun on one side and crescent moon on the other side. The area around the lake is also the home to the Thao people, a group of Taiwanese aborigines. After lunch (own your own account), tour around the lake and visit the most well-known attractions in this area: Ita Thao Indigenous Village, Ci’en Pagoda, Xuanzang Temple and Wenwu Temple (B)
Hotel: Fleur De Chine – Mountain View Room (5*) or similar

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