Pick up: 06:00-07:00am
At: Hotel Lobby
Price: Adult NT$4,500/per person
Children NT$3,700/per person
*Price includes: Round-trip air
ticket and lunch
*Passport needed for enplaning
||Itinerary: Pick up from hotel→ Transfer to Sungshan Domestic Airport→ Arrive at Hualien→ Enbus for Taroko Gorge Gateway→ Eternal-Spring Shrine→ Swallow Caves → Tunnel of Nine Turns→ Tienhsiang Lodge→ Marble Factory→ Chi Hsing Beach→ Hualien Stone Sculptural Park→ Enplane for Taipei→ Transfer to hotel
Special Arrangements Available
1. Return by TrainNT$3,700
2. Overnight stay (One way by train) NT$5,400
3. Single room extra NT$800
Taroko Gorge: Taroko Gorge is one of the seven wonders of Asia that no traveler should miss. Taroko Gorge National Park faces the Pacific Ocean on the east and covers an area of more than 92000 hectares in the northern section of the Central Mountain Range. It has many high mountains, steep gorges and natural watersheds. The spectacular Taroko Gorge and the scenic beauty of the LiwuRiver can be viewed amazingly from the Central Cross Island Highway. The many waterfalls, diverse forms of plant and animal life, and the indigenous Atayal people, together create the rich texture of this unique natural ecosystem.
Pick up: 08:00-09:00am
At: Hotel Lobby
Price: Adult NT$4,800/per person
Children NT$3,900/per person
*NT$800 extra for single room
*All inclusive except meals
Day 1: Pick up from Hotel →Enbus for Nantou→ Sun Moon Lake→ Lake Bus Tour (Wen Wu Temple/Tehua Village/Tse-En Pagoda/Holy Monk Shrine)→ Puli (a cultural & artistic heaven) →TaichungCity (Overnight at Taichung)
Day 2: Taichung City→ Lukang Historical and cultural town →Enbus or entrain for Taipei
Sun Moon Lake: In ancient times, the area surrounding SunMoonLake was known as “Shuishalian”, meaning “Where water and sand meet". The area covered nearly half of what is today NantouCounty, including the towns of Zhushan, Lugu, Mingjian, Shuili, Jiji, Puli, Yuchi, Renai, and Guoxing.
Sun Moon Lake stands at an elevation of 748 meters. With a depth of 27 meters, a circumference of 37 kilometers and a total size of 5.4 square kilometers, it is Taiwan’s biggest lake. The unique geographical location of the Lake - surrounded by mountains and water, has created an abundant ecological system for this area.
The lake area has many noteworthy places of interest, such as the Hsuan Chuang temple, Wen-Wu temple, Tse-En Pagoda and so on. Enjoy one of the loveliest regions in Taiwan.