5D4N TAIPEI JIUFEN (Effective from 09-Jun-2015 - 31-Dec-2015 )

Package Includes:

- 4 nights stay at Taipei hotel
- Daily breakfast provided
- Taipei by private transfer
- Round trip airport transfers

Your vacation begins with a pleasant flight from Singapore Changi Airport. Upon arrival at Tao Yuan International Airport, you will be greeted by our tour guide and transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is free and easy at your own leisure.

National Palace Museum:An antique museum in Shilin, Taipei,Taiwan. It is one of the national museums of the Republic of China and has a permanent collection of more than 696,000 pieces of ancient Chinese imperial artifacts and artworks, making it one of the largest in the world. The collection encompasses over 10,000 years of Chinese history from the Neolithic age to the late Qing Dynasty.
Yehliu Geopark:The rock landscape of Yehliu Geopark is one of most famous wonders in the world. The costal line is stretching in a direction vertical to the layer and the structure line; besides, the influences caused by wave attack, rock weathering, earth movement and crustal movement all contribute to the formation of such a rare and stunning geological landscape. Queen’s Head is the most known scene in Yehliu.
Jinguashi:A town in Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, notable for its historic gold and copper mines. It is also known as Kinkaseki in Japanese and was under Taihoku Prefecture during Japanese rule. From 1942–1945, during the final years of World War II, it was used by the Japanese as a prisoner-of-war camp. Although the minerals have since been depleted, the town still attracts many visitors to its Gold Ecological Park, which opened in October 2004.
Jiufen: The town is filled with both retro Chinese and Japanese style cafés, tea houses, and souvenir shops, as well as fantastic views of the ocean. The majority of attractions are concentrated along the cobblestone steps of Shuqi Road between Jiufen Elementary School and the Jiufen police precinct.

After breakfast, explore Taipei at your own leisure.

Tamsui Old Street: A 5 minute walk from Tamsui MRT station can surely fulfill your desires with its surrounded beautiful coffee shops and restaurants located next to the riverbanks. Do not miss the chance to fulfill your taste buds! Taiwanese snacks which you might want to give it a try will be plum juice, fish ball soup, oily bean curd (Ah Gei), iron egg, fried fish crackers, etc.
Fisherman’s Wharf:A multi-purpose leisure fishing port developed by the New Taipei City Government. There are magnificent floating piers and a spacious park, with a bridge in the shape of a boat spanning across the harbor and a wooden path stretching over 300 meters at the waterfront. It is relaxing to lean against the fence enjoying the breeze and sights at the Tamsui River mouth. In the evening, this is the best place to watch the view of sunset.
Fort San Domingo:First built in 1629 by the Spanish, Fort San Domingo was intended to aid the imposition of Spanish rule over the local Chinese and aboriginal populations in northern Taiwan. This fort was captured by the Dutch in 1642 when they drove the Spanish from the island. They replaced the Spanish-built stockade with a fort made of stone. The fort became known as the "Hongmao Castle" (Fort of the Red Heads) in reference to the colorful locks of its Dutch occupants.
In 1867, the British leased the fort and undertook massive renovations, which included the construction of the imposing British Consulate in the eastern section of the fortress compound. Its red brick verandah and red roof tiles complement the color scheme and design of the fort.
Hongmao Castle's position overlooking the mouth of the Tamsui River makes it a particularly attractive scenic spot, especially at sunset.
Maokong Gondola:It is a 4.3KM cable car system that operates between MRT Taipei Zoo and the peak of Maokong. A quaint village located at the top of a mountain providing breathtaking views of Taipei City, widely known as the most scenic spot in Taipei to drink quality, locally grown tea. You can enjoy Maokong for its wide variety of teahouses and high quality selection, while others looking for a relaxing break from the busy city can sit back with a cup of tea and take in the beautiful views of Taipei.

After breakfast, enjoy a free morning until time for your assembly and transfer to airport for your flight home. We hope you have had an enjoyable and memorable time!

Not include tickets .
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Terms & Conditions

- Rates are valid form Jun 2015 till Dec 2015
- Minimum booking of 2 adults required
- Itinerary is subjected to changes without prior notice
- Rates are subjected to changes without prior notice
- Rates exclude tickets and airfare

Package Surcharcges:
  • Weekend Surcharge (for every Friday) @ S$50 pax/night
  • Weekend Surcharge (for every Saturday) @ S$50 pax/night