Taiwan Splendour 10 Days Tour Package from $2380

Day 1 - Departure from Australia
Departure from Sydney Australia, flying with China Airlines (CI52) departing at 22:10pm.
Day 2 - Arrive Taiwan / Taipei City Tour / Taipei Night Tour (D)
Arrival at Taipei (Taoyuan) International Airport at approx 5:00AM, you will be met by your friendly TaiwanHolidays.com.au guide who will transfer you to your hotel where you will spend one night. At approx 8:00AM, you will be met by our tour guide at hotel lobby to commence the sightseeing of Taipei City Tour's must see places. Sightseeings for this morning are: Presidential Building (Pass by), Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall and National Palace Museum (has the largest Chinese art and painting collection). We will visit Martyrs' Shrine and the Taiwanese Handicraft Centre.   At end of the Taipei City sightseeing, you will be transferred back to the hotel for check in at hotel (after 3:00PM)  and explore the city by yourself . Alternative suggestion: you may choose to stay back at the musuem and on your orrangement to try the lunch at the famous restaurant inside the museum where the chef was favored by the ex-President Chen. (After lunch, make your own way back to the hotel lobby to meet with the tour guide for the Taipei Night Tour at 6:00PM). Tonight you will have a delicious Taiwanese Mongolian BBQ dinners, then visit other vibrant night life of of Taipei, including: Lung Shan Temple, Hwahsi Night Market, and visit the most famous landmark of Taiwan, "Taipei 101 Tower", it is the world second tallest building. See suggestions on what to do in Taipei click here.
Hotel: Imperial Hotel, Taipei(4«) or similar

Day 3 - Taipei / Sun Moon Lake (B)

After breakfast, you will be picked up by your guide at hotel lobby then drive to Sun Moon Lake which is located in the middle of Taiwan and siturated 762 meters above sea level in the lofty mountains of Central Taiwan. Tour will stop at the famous Wenwu Temple and Literature Warrior Temple dedicated to Confucius as Master of Pen and to Kuan Ti as Master of Sword, Holy Monk Shrine (Xuanzang Temple)the Ci En Pagoda and so on. After touring round Sun Moon Lake, proceed to hotel for check in. 

Hotel: Sun Moon Lake Hotel, Sun Moon Lake mountain view (4 «) or similar

Day 4 - Sun Moon Lake / Lukang / Kaohsiung (B)

Lukang is situated on the west-central coast of Taiwan, at the edge of the coastal plain. Although once a harbor, severe silting of the sea and the Lukang River have left it some distance form the shore. The climate is temperate to tropical; summers are hot with occasional thunderstorms, the spring and fall have moderate temperatures, and winters are cool. From September to the following March strong northeasterly monsoons blow in large amounts of sand and dust, forming what is known locally as the "September winds". 

The most fascinating aspect of Lukang is a number of ancient streets and lanes lined with old houses. The most unique of these are deep, narrow-fronted buildings that serve as stores and residences; this type of sky-lighted structure, however, can be seen today only at the Yuan Chang Shop on Chungshan Road, along Old Market Street, and at the Lukang Folk Arts Museum. Others, the half-old, the half-new shop residences along Chungshan road are products of the Japanese occupation period (1895-1945), when the front rooms of the buildings were dismantled because of a road-widening project and the modern arch-type facades were added. The Old Temples of Lukang, too, are veritable collections of art and masterpieces of architecture. They are well worth careful observation. 

Handicraft Shops on Chungshan Road carve palanquins for the gods. You can see how the chairs that transport the deities on their processions are made with meticulous woodworking techniques and carving skills. Shops that produce the religious images themselves continue to practice carving in the traditional Chuanchou style of Fuchien province. Makers of traditional wooden furniture still use the materials and exquisite handwork of former times to turn out sacrificial offering tables and other items. Other handicrafts produced on this street include fans, incense, tin sculptures, and ornamental lanterns, among other things. 

Old Market Street  is made up of the curved, red-tiled lanes of today's Putou, Yaolin, and Tayu streets. Both sides of the streets are lined with newly renovated old-style shop buildings that feature intensely interesting internal room layouts and old-style exteriors. Here you can feel some of the atmosphere of old Lukang.
Hotel:  Chateau de Chine Hotel, Kaohsiung (5 
«) or similar

Day 5 - Kaohsiung / Kenting / Kaohsiung (B)

Today, the highlight for many visit Taiwan is a visit to Kenting National Park, undoubtedly one of the most beautifully reserved natural forest in Taiwan. It is located in south of Taiwan with popular beach bordering on the tropical region of Taiwan where palm tree, banana trees, sugar cane and surfing beach are part of the scene. It's an excellent place for swim, surf, and dive. Other sightseeings will be visited today are the southermost tip of Taiwan,  "Maopitou" (named after the shape of cat-nose-like rock.) The coast of coral reef is worth a visit for landreforms which strongly affected by wave erosions, efflorescence, and salt-soaking. The natural landscape like wave erosion caves, ditches, and pillars are amazing, sea view here is attractive and very enjoyable. The Oluanpi Light House will also be visited. We will then drive back to Kaohsiung for overnight.
Hotel: Chateau de Chine Hotel, Kaohsiung (5
«or similar 

Day 6 - Kaohsiung City Sightseeing / Cheng Ching Lake / Spring & Autumn Pavilions / Taipei (B)
Kaohsiung City: Located in the southern part of Taiwan, the city of Kaohsiung is the island's largest industrial center. It has stayed abreast of Taiwan's recent progress and prosperity; expanding and modernizing, the city strides into the 21st century as a newly emerging international metropolis. Beginning centuries ago, Kaohsiung was called "Dagou" or "Dahgu, transliterated from the name of local aborigines. Disturbed by the violence of pirates in the area, in 1563, the "Takuo" tribe eventually moved to the site of present-day Pingtung city. This name persisted until 1920, when the city's name was changed to Kaohsiung.

Cheng Ching Lake: It is the largest lake in the Kaohsiung area, developed originally as a reservoir to meet the need for water for industrial use. Later on the lake was improved through environmental landscaping, until today it offers the beauty of a forested 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 hectares, and the highway that has been built around it stretches for a total of seven kilometers. The tranquil beauty of the area has led it to be given the sobriquet, "West Lake of Taiwan." The best known of the lake's attractions is probably its Bridge of Nine Turns. Under the hill behind the Chuanxizhai is an aquarium that was originally built in 1961 as an anti-nuclear underground bunker. Its winding, 200-meter length was later remodeled into a tourist aquarium with exhibits of all sorts of oceanic organisms divided into eight display areas: special animals, treasures of the sea, shellfish, coral, strange rocks, and sperm whales. It is a place that is perfect for both entertainment and education.

Spring & Autumn PavilionsTwo massive pavilions dedicated to Kuan Kung, the God of War, the Spring and Autumn Pavilions were 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 on a dragon, signifying that believers must erect an image depicting this event between "pavilions of summer and autumn": The present-day structures are a result of this vision.
Hotel: Imperial Hotel, Taipei (4«or similar

Day 7 - Taipei / Northern Coast Yehliu / Chiufen / Taipei (B)

After breakfast, you'll be picked up from hotel and travel to the northern coast through rich farming land to the growing industrial area and harbor of Keelong. See the Cave of the Immortals, a narrow natural cleft in a hill containing Buddhist shrines and sculptures. Continue along the northern coast to Yehliu Park, the highlight of this tour. Yehliu Park is known for its spectacular rock formations, sculptured throughout the ages by wind and sea erosion leaving fascinating pillars including the famous Queen's Head and Fairy's Shoe.

In the afternoon, you will visit the
Chiufen village which wase once a centre of gold mining in Taiwan. The gold is gone, but these quaint old villages, built of closely-packed houses clinging to steep mountainsides, continue to offer enchanting scenery and fascinating glimpses into the lifestyles of the past. Then you are taken to the Northeast coast National Scenic Area, located in the northeast corner of Taiwan. The scenic area is noted for its numerous capes - "Pitou Cape"; and bays - "Bay of Two Colors" backed by green mountains. The famous Nanya Rock Formations will be visited with your great admirations. 

Hotel: Imperial Hotel, Taipei (4«or similar

Day 8 - Taipei / Taroko Gorge Tour / Taipei(B/L)
After picking up from your hotel at 6:00AM, you will be transferred to Taipei Domestic Airport, enplane for the 25 minutes flight to Hualien. Taroko Gorge is the most visited place after Taipei in Taiwan."Taroko" means "Beautiful" in the lingo of the East Coast Amis natives, and this is exactly what you will say about the gorge when you arrive here. Firstly, you will be guided along a 20km long stretch of highway built into  awesome marble cliffs high above the rushing river. Your route will take you through 38 tunnels including the Swallows Caves, the Tunnel of Nine Turns and the Marble Bridge of Motherly Devotion. See the Eternal Spring Shrine, one of the most photographed scenes around the gorge. These little temples were built to memorize those that have lost their lives in the construction of the central cross-island highway. Enjoy lunch at a local Taiwanese style restaurant. Continue to the Chi Hsing Beach and Hualien Stone Sculptural Park. The tour concludes with a visit to a Marble Factory. This tour's many attraction spots will leave you an unforgettable impression of the nature of Taiwan. You will be entrained for Taipei around 5PM. After arriving in Taipei Station, you will be transferred to your hotel in downtown Taipei City.
Hotel:  Imperial Hotel, Taipei (4«or similar

Day 9 - Taipei / Time at Leisure (B)
After Breakfast, you will have leisure time to explore the vibrant city of Taipei. Taipei is a shopholic's heaven. You can find all sorts of bargain to all the world famous brands at one shopping district. You can catch the MRT to many parts of the city, e,g. Ximending, Xingyi Shopping District, East Chungxiao Area for shopping. See some suggestions by click here. About 7PM in the evening, you will be transferred to the Taipei International Airport for flight back to Australia at 23:55PM. 

Day 10 - Arrive Australia
The flight will arrive Sydney approxmately 11:05AM. 

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Price guide

Taiwan Splendour 
10 Days from $2620 

Tour Code: TWHP14
*Departures every Monday

*Special offer valids until

28 FEB 2019 or further notice


Adult Price


Child Price 


Low $2380 $2050
High $2520 $2160
Single Room Supplement: $750

16JAN19 ~ 10APR19

16APR19 ~ 25JUN19

09JUL19 ~ 19SEP19

02OCT19 ~ 12DEC19


11APR19 ~ 15APR19

26JUN19 ~ 08JUL19

20SEP19 ~ 01OCT19


Land Only
Adult (p.p. twin share)  $1620
Child (2-12yr share existing beds with 2 adults)    $1485
Single Supplement    $750


Airport & Government Taxes (Approx min A$220p.p. Taiwan Only)



  • Return international economy airfare with China Airlines
  • 7 Nights hotel accommodation (4-5 star hotels)
  • Return Airport / Hotel Transfers
  • Meals as specified
  • Sightseeing and Entrance fees
  • All transportation during tour
  • English speaking guide throughout the whole tour
  • Tour insurance (inside Taiwan's hotels & coach only)

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  • Airport & Government Taxes (Approx min A$220 p.p. Taiwan Only)
  • Passports & Visa
  • Tips (optional)
  • Drinks & Food not mentioned in your itinerary
  • All other items of a personal nature.


  • All prices are in AUD, and based on PER PERSON TWIN SHARE. Prices are indicative only and are subject to change at anytime due to currency fluctuations.
  • During Public Holidays or Special Events surcharges may apply. Please always check with our consultants for more details.
  • Child Price is available from 2-11 years old (inclusive)  with bed & meal, but must sharing room with 2 Adults or would be charged same rate as Adults.
  • Child who is under 2 years old (no bed & no meal) we would charge 10% of adults price.
  • * Guaranteed every Mon, Thur, Sat departure, min 1 PAX  per group required.
  • Update as at 19OCT2018

B= Breakfast, L=Lunch. D=Dinner


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