Price: 79 USD
- Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
- Martyrs' Shrine
- Traditional Taiwanese Temple
- National Palace Museum
- Handicraft Center
- Presidential Building (pass by)
- Toogman market (afternoon, free and easy)
- Lung Shan Temple
- Hwashi Night Market
- Taipei 101 Building (not include entrance ticket to the observatory)
The 11 hour tour leaves every day between 8 and 9 am. You will be picked up in your hotel in Taipei City.
In the morning we drive to Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. During this drive we'll pass by the Presidential Building. The Chiang Kai-Shek building is contructed in memory of the former president of the R.O.C. It's in the middle of the center. The building is made by white marble and has a structure like the pyramids of Egypt. It's a landmark of Taiwan.
The next stop will be at Martyrs Shrine. It has been built in 1969 and has a architectural style. More then 300000 men are worshiped over here. Those men sacrificed their lives to the revolution.
National Palace museum has a immense collection of art with thousand of years of history. There will be also a visit to a traditional Taiwan temple. The last stop is at the Handicraft Center where you could by some souvenirs.
The afternoon will be at the Toogman market. This market has a lot to offer like fruit, snacks and vegetables. We visit popular places like a noodle soup and Sugar cane juice vendors. The rest of the afternoon will be free and easy to do whatever you like. You will be picked up for the evening tour around 6 pm.
We go to the famous Lungshan Temple (taoist temple). Another great piece of architecture where not only tourist will come but still be used to worship people.
The Hwashi Nightmarket is not even a minute walking from the lung shan temple. Again there is great food at this place but also vendors that sell clothes, bags etc.
Last stop will be made at the Taipei 101 building. This is the second largest building of the world with 508 meters. It's not only a for business but there is also a large shopping mall inside with the most famous brands.