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3 Days City of Lights Taipei

3 Days City of Lights Taipei

    • Jiufen Village :Its unique old-style architecture and ambiance attracted visitors from all over the world, revitalizing it as a famous spot in Northern Taiwan.
    • Yehliu Geopark: Famous for its naturally sculpted rocks and unique geological formations, Yehliu is a must-visit spot for anyone traveling to Taiwan.
    • Geothermal Valley:The water here is clear, classified as 'Green Sulfur Springs'. The spring water is extremely hot, producing steam and sulfur vapors, creating a misty, ethereal atmosphere.
  • From NT$11999per personThe minimun price in the join-in group date.
Tour Code:TW-GT-G
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  • D1  Shifen Waterfall > Releasing sky lanterns at Shifen Old Street > Night View Jiufen Old Street

    十分瀑布 Shifen Waterfall : Famed as the 'Niagara Falls of Taiwan', Shifen Waterfall is renowned for its spectacular cascade and powerful spray. The mist created by the waterfall, when lit by sunlight, often forms a rainbow-like glow, making it one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Taiwan.

    十分老街(含放天燈體驗)Shifen Old Street (including Sky Lantern Experience):Next to Shifen Station lies Shifen Old Street, uniquely built along the railway tracks, offering a rare sight of trains passing right in front of the shops. Here, you'll experience the joy of releasing sky lanterns. Write your wishes and blessings on the lantern, and with assistance from staff, watch it gently ascend, sending your hopes to the heavens.

    九份老街 Jiufen Village :Travel back to the 1940s to Jiufen, a mountain village that flourished during the gold rush era. Though its golden days have passed with the closure of the gold mines, Jiufen still has many stories to tell. It gained renewed attention after being featured in the internationally acclaimed film 'A City of Sadness' directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien. Its unique old-style architecture and ambiance attracted visitors from all over the world, revitalizing it as a famous spot in Northern Taiwan. In Jiufen, besides enjoying a cup of tea and the breathtaking views, the village's old street is quite distinctive compared to others, offering various local delicacies and souvenirs. Don’t miss out on Jiufen's traditional dessert, 'Taro Balls', especially if you have a sweet tooth! At night, the narrow alleys of Jiufen Old Street are lit with lanterns, creating a romantic and enchanting atmosphere. The sunset view, with the sun dipping behind the mountains, is especially mesmerizing.

    Meals: Breakfast   

    Accommodation: Taipei Hotel

    • Shifen Old Street
      Shifen Old Street
    • Jiufen Village
      Jiufen Village
  • D2  Yeliu Geopark > Guihou Fishing Harbor > Keelung Maritime Plaza > Keelung Tower

    野柳地質公園 Yehliu Geopark: Our first stop is Yehliu Geopark, a significant international attraction in northern Taiwan, once acclaimed by CNN as the most Mars-like place on Earth. Famous for its naturally sculpted rocks and unique geological formations, Yehliu is a must-visit spot for anyone traveling to Taiwan. Located on the North Coast and within the Guanyinshan National Scenic Area, this cape, an extension of the Datun Mountains into the sea, showcases an array of natural artistic creations formed by geological forces, sea erosion, and crustal movements. Stroll around and witness nature’s meticulous artwork, including iconic formations like the "Fairy's Shoe", mushroom rocks, erosion pillars, candle-shaped rocks, and fossil traces. Yehliu is also known as a natural geological classroom, with the world-famous "Queen's Head" being its most renowned feature.

    龜吼漁港 Guihou Fishing Harbor:Our next destination is Guihou Fishing Harbor, a charming little fishing village on the North Coast known for its bountiful supply of Wanli crabs. This has made it one of the liveliest fishing harbors on the coast. Every year from September to November, the Guihou Fishermen's Market attracts gourmets who come to savor the seasonal freshness of Wanli crabs, with the classic dish "Steamed Wanli Crab" being a particular favorite for preserving its natural sweetness.

    基隆港海洋廣場Keelung Maritime Plaza:Then, we'll visit Keelung Maritime Plaza, a popular tourist spot overlooking Taiwan's largest port in Northern Taiwan, Keelung Harbor. Opened in August 2009, this wooden oceanfront platform offers stunning views of Keelung Inner Harbor and the moored cruise ships. On sunny days, relax and enjoy the refreshing sea breeze while soaking in the romantic atmosphere of this harbor city.

    基隆塔Keelung Tower (New Social Media Hotspot as of late 2023):The newly acclaimed Keelung Tower, consisting of the "Triangle Plaza", the rooftop "Skywalk", and the "Hope Plaza", is a new landmark designed in the shape of a bridge crane, linking the mountains, sea, and city. At the top, a "Skywalk" at 67 meters high and spanning 87 meters across the main sanctuary offers an open-air observation deck. Below the platform, there's an indoor area with a café, where each window offers a unique view, either overlooking Keelung Harbor or the Maritime Plaza.

    Meals: Breakfast   

    Accommodation: Taipei Hotel

    • Yehliu Geopark
      Yehliu Geopark
    • Keelung Maritime Plaza
      Keelung Maritime Plaza
  • D3  Longshan Temple > Qingcao Lane > Beitou Hot Spring Museum > Geothermal Valley > Highspeed Rail to Kaohsiung

    龍山寺Longshan Temple: Visit the Longshan Temple in Wanhua, also known as Mengjia Lungshan Temple. This temple, with several centuries of history, is one of Taiwan's oldest and most famous, representing the fusion of religions in Taiwan. Here, you will witness a blend of Buddhism, Taoism, and traditional Chinese beliefs, creating a unique and diverse religious culture. Surrounding Longshan Temple is a historic commercial area with a rich historical ambiance, including Qingcao Lane in the Wanhua district, dating back to the Japanese colonial era. It preserves many ancient buildings and traditional street charm, offering unique goods and services. You'll find ancient herbal medicine stores, with over ten shops offering a variety of Chinese medicinal herbs, traditional pastry shops, and handicraft stores, each with its own story and character.

    北投溫泉博物館 Beitou Hot Spring Museum:Beitou Hot Spring Museum, a building from the Japanese colonial era, originally served as the Beitou Public Bathhouse. Here, you can learn about the development and history of Beitou's hot springs. This Tudor-style (British-like) two-story building mixes Western and Eastern architectural elements, with a brick-built first floor, wooden second floor, and black tiled roof. The first floor houses the brick-built large and small bath pools, including an 800-kilogram Beitou stone on display; the second floor is a wooden relaxation area with a large tatami-matted hall and a balcony, mainly exhibiting early Taiwanese film materials.

    地熱谷Geothermal Valley:Visit Geothermal Valley, one of the sources of Beitou's hot springs. The water here is clear, classified as 'Green Sulfur Springs'. The spring water is extremely hot, producing steam and sulfur vapors, creating a misty, ethereal atmosphere.

    Friendly Reminder: Bring a small towel to experience the charm of Beitou's hot springs by soaking your feet.

    *After the tour, you will return to Taipei High-Speed Rail Station. From there, you will take a train to Kaohsiung High-Speed Rail Station and proceed to your hotel in Kaohsiung (including a standard-class high-speed rail ticket from Taipei to Kaohsiung). Include one standard-class high-speed rail ticket from Taipei to Kaohsiung. A vehicle will pick you up from the high-speed rail station and take you to your hotel.

    Meals: Breakfast   

    Accommodation: None

    • Longshan Temple
      Longshan Temple
    • Geothermal Valley
      Geothermal Valley

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Price Guide

Price Includes

Transportation Arrangement:

Regular tour buses: 9-20 seaters, with a maximum of 14 people per group.

Each day's itinerary will not exceed 10 hours, with rest stops planned along the way.

Baggage specifications: Excessive luggage may affect passengers' comfort. Each person is limited to one 26-inch suitcase and one carry-on backpack. The tour guide will notify passengers in advance to store excess luggage at the front desk of the Taipei hotel.

Accommodation throughout the trip:

Double rooms (twin sharing) with basic room type (no single rooms or double beds, The breakfast charge for children not occupying a bed will follow the hotel's policy.)

If there are a single male or female traveler within the group, the travel agency reserves the right to arrange triple rooms, room-sharing, or require the traveler to pay for the single room supplement.

Meals Arrangements:

Breakfast is included at all hotels, while lunch and dinner will be provided according to the itinerary.

Other meals will be at the traveler's own expense. If a traveler chooses not to dine for personal reasons, the meal fee will not be refunded.

Tour Guide Services:

Chinese, English, or bilingual (Chinese-English) speaking guides.

For Join group tours, specific guides cannot be designated. The travel agency will assign professional guides based on the actual situation.

For groups of 1-3 people, the driver will also serve as the guide. The driver will only provide simple English communication and will try to accompany the passengers throughout the itinerary. If parking issues prevent them from doing so, a predetermined pickup time will be arranged with the passengers. For groups of 4 or more, a dedicated guide will accompany the tour.

Entrance tickets:

All entrance fees are included in the tour.

Entrance tickets to all listed attractions in the itinerary are guaranteed. In the event of unexpected circumstances preventing a visit to any site, the travel agency will consult with the travelers to arrange alternative attractions.

For attractions listed in the itinerary that require shuttle services, please refer to the itinerary for details.

Taiwan Entry Visa:

Taiwan offers visa-free entry for citizens of many countries. If there are special circumstances requiring a special application, the relevant fees are not included here.

Travel Insurance:

Tour car insurance and local insurance.

Travelers are advised to purchase personal travel insurance or inconvenience insurance separately.

Additional Services:

One bottle of mineral water per person per day will be provided as a complimentary service.

Service Charge:

Travel agency service charge.

Price Excludes

Single Room Supplement:

Hotels default to double occupancy. If a traveler chooses to stay in a single room, an additional single room supplement must be paid.

Hotel cancellation:

Any room charges incurred due to changes during the itinerary since the rooms are booked in full.

Personal Expenses:

Other personal expenses such as laundry, phone calls, faxes, pay-per-view television, beverages, snacks, cigarettes, and alcohol within the hotel.

Unexpected Situations:

In the case of irresistible and objective reasons beyond the travel agency's control (such as natural disasters, wars, strikes, epidemics, etc.) or special circumstances such as flight cancellations or insufficient group size, the travel agency reserves the right to cancel or change the itinerary. Any additional costs incurred will be borne by the travelers.


Tips for drivers and guides.

Please tip each driver and guide 100 NT dollars per person per day.

Airport Transfer:

Airport Transfer is not included. If you need the travel agency's assistance with booking, there will be an additional fee.


Airfare is not included in the tour cost.

If you need the travel agency's assistance with booking, there will be an additional fee.

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