Visit the iconic National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, Yuanshan Scenic Area and Martyrs’ Shrine. Go on a shopping spree at an aboriginal product shop before proceeding to the quaint Jiufen. Enjoy a night’s stay at Toucheng Leisure Farm where you can explore its offerings of a rural farm life experience, fruit picking and mini zoo.
Tour the highlights of Yilan - Yilan Railway Station, Du Du Done Forest, Jimmy Square, Luodong Forestry Culture Garden, National Center for Traditional Arts and Yilan Night Market. Enjoy a homestay at a Bed & Breakfast.
Head back to Taipei via Hsuehshan Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Taiwan. Visit Taipei Zoo - the largest city zoo in Asia - and a handicraft center. Proceed to Taipei 101 Shopping Mall (excludes the observatory) and the educational Discovery Center of Taipei. Then, shop till your heart’s content at Wufenpu - the largest garment wholesale market in Taipei, Vigor Kobo - famous for its pineapple cakes, and a Taipei Night Market.
Day 1: Arrival in Taipei – Taoyuan (No meal)
Welcome to Taipei
Upon arrival at Taipei airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
Day 2: Taoyuan – Taipei – Yilan (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Start your tour with National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, a national monument erected in memory of Chiang Kai-Shek, the country’s former President. Visit Yuanshan Scenic Area and Martyrs’ Shrine, built in honor of the fallen Kuomintang soldiers after the Chinese Civil War. Go on a shopping spree at an aboriginal product shop before proceeding to Jiufen where you will immerse in its alluring old world charm. Enjoy the experience of staying a night at Toucheng Leisure Farm.
Day 3: Yilan (Breakfast, Lunch)
Highlights of Yilan
Explore Toucheng Leisure Farm’s offerings of a rural farm life experience, fruit picking and mini zoo. Tour the colorful Yilan Railway Station, tranquil Du Du Done Forest and artistic Jimmy Square. Explore the beautiful Luodong Forestry Culture Garden and National Center for Traditional Arts, largest exhibition and performance site for traditional arts. In the evening, marvel at all that Yilan Night Market has to offer. Enjoy a homestay at a Bed & Breakfast.
Day 4: Yilan – Taipei (Breakfast, Lunch)
Head back to Taipei via Hsuehshan Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Taiwan. Visit Taipei Zoo, the largest city zoo in Asia. Stop by a handicraft center and shop for your travel mementos. Proceed to spend some time at Taipei 101 Shopping Mall (excludes the observatory). Taipei 101 is a landmark skyscraper in Taiwan and one of the tallest buildings in the world. Tour the educational Discovery Center of Taipei. Explore Wufenpu, the largest garment wholesale market in Taipei, and pick up pineapple cakes that Vigor Kobo is famous for. End your day with shopping and feasting at a Taipei Night Market.
Day 5: Departure from Taipei (Breakfast)
Free & Easy
Free till departure transfer to Taipei airport for homebound flight.
National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
Most of Taiwan enjoys warm climate throughout the year. The north part of Taiwan is of sub-tropical climate, while the south part is of tropical climate.
Taipei’s average annual temperature is 22.0 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2574 mm.Yilan’s average temperature is 22.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 2684 mm.
The seasons in Taiwan are as follow:
- Spring – March to May are months when the day is generally warm with occasional drizzling rain to bring about cool breezes. The beginning of March also marks the start of cherry blossom season.
- Summer – June to August are months that the country is hot and humid, with frequent rain and possibility of typhoons.
- Autumn – September to November are good months to see the fall foliage in the mountains. While it is sunny, the temperature gets cooler. There is relatively less rainfall in October and November.
- Winter – December to February are comfortable months when the temperature ranges from 15 to 20°C. The country’s mild winter is a good time to appreciate maple trees.