Central and South Taiwan

Price: 435 USD

Tourstops:

  • Puli, cultural and artistic heaven
  • Sun Moon Lake (Wen Wu Temple, Tehua Village, Tse-En Pagoda and Holy Monk Shrine)
  • Hotel Del Lago, Sun Moon Lake
  • Lukang, historical and cultural town
  • Hotel Garden Villa, Kaohsiung
  • Oluanpi Lighthouse
  • Kenting Park
  • Hotel Garden Villa, Kaohsiung
  • Cheng Ching Lake
  • Spring and Autumn pavilions
  • Former British Consulate

This four day tour leaves Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu between 7 and 8 am. Friday, Saturday, Sunday will be +55 USD and different hotels (Debao hotel or similar in Taichung and Shi Hzu wan hotel in Kaohsiung). You will be picked up in your hotel in Taipei City.

Sun Moon Lake, located in central Taiwan, with a height of 748 meters above sea level, is the largest natural lake in Taiwan.

The Wen Wu Temple is located on the shoulder of the mountain in the north of Sun Moon Lake. People were worried and the Temple Lungfung Ihuatang of Shuishotsun would face under water. That’s why they built Wen Wu Temple. The Wen Wu Temple’s actually 2 in a temple (Temple and Lungfung Ihuatang). It was rebuilt in 1969.
Tse-En Pagoda is located on Sha Ba Lan Mountain. The Tse-En Pagoda is 46 meters high and has become the most famous landmark of Sun Moon Lake. It is an octagonal building. Tourists can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Sun Moon Lake at the Tse-En Pagoda by the great 360graden lookout.

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.

Artisan Shops Chungshan Road has the sedans for the gods. You can see how the chairs that transport the deities are made with careful woodworking techniques and skills. Makers of traditional wooden furniture still make use of the materials and refined craftsmanship of earlier times.

Maobitou is one of the two points most south of Taiwan. The rocks here are partly in those where a certain part of a creeping cat looks. From the viewpoint of Maobitou is possible to the southern coast of Kenting to admire the green hills in the background of the national park.
Eluanbi the other most south point is a 21-meter high Eluanbi Lighthouse is one of the most impressive lighthouses in Taiwan known as hot and “East Asian Light”. Eluanbi consists largely of coral and limestone formations and contain unusual.

The center in the south, the Kenting National Park, the only tropical park of Taiwan. Founded in 1982, the park covers a total area of ​​over 33 hectares of land. This is the most densely populated national park in Taiwan offers visitors a beautiful view of the typical Taiwanese country. Moreover, the national park includes mountains, forests, meadows, lakes, dunes, beaches and coral reefs imply everything you could wish for.

Also located in the southern part of Taiwan, Kaohsiung city is the island’s largest industrial center. Progress and prosperity of Taiwan, expansion and modernization of the city of Kaohsiung is a newly emerging international metropolis.

Cheng Cing Lake is located in Kaohsiung County. It is the largest lake in the area and was originally developed as a reservoir for the water demand for industrial requirements. Later it was improved by more environmental landscaping. Until today, it offers the beauty of a wooded park. It was opened to the public as a tourist destination in 1960. The surface of the lake has a water area of ​​more than 300 acres. The most famous attraction of the lake, the bridge ‘Nine Turns, which was built in 1960. It is 230 meters long bridge with nine turns. Down the hill behind the Chuanxizhai an aquarium that was originally built in 1961 as eenanti-nuclear underground bunker. This was transformed into a tourist aquarium with exhibits of various oceanic organisms divided into eight areas: special animals, treasures from the sea, shellfish, coral, strange rocks, and sperm whales. It’s a place that is perfect for both entertainment and education.

The Former British Consulate was built in 1865 with over one hundred years of history. It is now the most western preserved ancient building in Taiwan. The building was designed by a British engineer and constructed by Chinese craftsmen. It is the most significant ancient building of Chinese modern history with graceful and elegant proportions.

Spring & Autumn Pavilions Two massive pavilions dedicated to Kuan Kung. The Spring and Autumn Pavilion was completed in 1951. In front of the pavilions is a statue of Kuanyin, the Goddess of Mercy, riding a dragon. According to legend, Kuanyin appeared above the clouds riding a dragon.