Sun Moon Lake and Alishan

Price: 397 USD

Tourstops:

  • Puli, cultural and artistic heaven
  • Sun Moon Lake (Wen Wu Temple, Tehua Village, Tse-En Pagoda and Holy Monk Shrine)
  • Hotel Fleur de Chine, Sun Moon Lake
  • Alishan National scenic area
  • Forest tour
  • Hotel Nice Prince, Chiayi
  • Lukang, historical and cultural town

This three day tour leaves every Tuesday between 8 and 9 am. Departure Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday +77 USD, tourschedule is different (day 2 and 3 will be turned) and some other hotels (Debao hotel or similar in Taichung and Maison de Chine hotel or similar in Chiayi). You will be picked up in your hotel in Taipei City.

Puli is located in the middle of Taiwan. With a height between 380 and 700 meters, Puli is surrounded by the rising and falling mountains, hills and fields. The most famous tourist sites include the Puli Brewery, Guangzhou Hing Paper Factory Chung Tai Chan and the monastery. There are also special products such as wild rice stalks, passion fruit, red sugar cane, rice noodles, and wine Shaushing.
Sun Moon Lake: The southern part of Kuang Hua Island is shaped like a new moon, and the northern part is shaped like a sun, hence the name Sun Moon Lake. The most famous attractions are the village of Te Hua, Kuang Hua Island, Tse-En Pagoda, Holy Monk Shrine and the Wen Wu Temple. The natural forests bordering these roads are good places for birdwatching.

Wen Wu Temple is located on the shoulder of the mountain in the north of Sun Moon Lake. It was built in 1938. Tse-En Pagoda is located on Sha Ba Lan Mountain. It was built by Chiang Kai-shek in the name of his mother in 1971. The Tse-En Pagoda is 46 meters high and has become the most famous landmark of Sun Moon Lake. Around the tower are beautiful plants and trees and there are stone tables and chairs for visitors to take a rest. From the Tse-En Pagoda are you looking for the Lalu Island and Sun Moon Lake.

Alishan (Ali Mountain ‘in Chinese’) is known for its alpine forests, the forest people and the famous Alishan Railway. It is located in the northeast of Chiayi County. The nature reserve covers four townships including Alishan, Meishan, and Zhuqien Fanlu. Alishan has abundant natural resources and culture has led to the recognition by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) in March 2001 as a national nature reserve. The tourist board, is the establishment of the Alishan National Scenic Area is responsible for overseeing the development of tourism in the area.

Lukang is located on the west-central coast of Taiwan, on the outskirts of the coastal plain. The most fascinating aspect of Lukang a number of old streets and alleys with old houses. The most unique are the deep, narrow buildings that serve as shops and homes. The ancient temples of Lukang are real collections of art and masterpieces of architecture. They are worth a careful observation.

The old Market Street is composed of the curved red tiles on the streets Putou, Yaolin and Tayu. Both sides of the streets are lined with recently renovated old style buildings with interesting spaces and old style of the exteriors. Here you will find the atmosphere of old Lukang.