7D Taiwan Round The Island from $750

Package Validity : 01Aug 2018 - 31Mar 2019


Taipei city is the capital and also the biggest city in Taiwan. And it is definitely a place which is the most modern and worthy to have fun. The Night markets, the tallest building in the world - Taipei 101 building, National Palace museum, National Taiwan democracy memorial hall  are the top 4 attractions in Taipei. Yangmingshan National park is also located in north Taipei city.


Outgoing Flight Details (BR226) Depart: Daily 13:10 
Arrive : Daily 17:45
Outgoing Flight Details (BR216) Depart: Daily 15:10 
Arrive : Daily 20:00
Returning Flight Details (BR225) Depart: Daily 07:40 
Arrive : Daily 12:00
Returning Flight Details (BR215) Depart: Daily 09:25 
Arrive : Daily 13:50


Taipei - 1N Wonstar Hotel Ximen or Green World Flora Hotel or similar
Hualien - 1N Liga Hotel or similar
Taitung - 1N Toyugi Hot Spring Resort & Spa or Hoya Resort Hotel or similar
Kaohsiung - 1N International Citizen Hotel or FX Hotel or similar
Taichung - 1N Royal Seasons Hotel or CU Hotel or similar
Taoyuan - 1N Holiday Inn or similar
(Tour Price Per Person) Adult
Child Twin
Child Wz Bed
Child W/o Bed
01Aug - 31Dec'18 $978 $745 $745 $682 $618 $556
01Jan - 31Mar'19 $960 $732 $732 $670 $609 $548
Day 1: Singapore / Taipei
Upon arrival, you will be met by our local representative and transferred to hotel. Rest of the day is free at own leisure.
Day 2: Taipei / Yilan / Hualien (Breakfast/Lunch)
  • Jiu Fen Old Street: The town is filled with both retro Chinese and Japanese style cafes, tea houses and souvenir shops as well as fantastic views of the ocean
  • Shihfen Old Street: It does boast the unique attribute of serving as the only old street in Taiwan, which trains pass through on a daily basis. As they happily enjoy gourmet snacking, visitors can enjoy the sight of trains passing along the unfenced railway gates
  • Friendly Garden: We can know farmer how to work if we to do ourselves. There is no better way to understand the culture by experiencing it!
Day 3: Hualien / Taitung (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
  • Taroko National Park: Taroko is famous for its spectacular mountains and marble canyons. Cliffs and canyons stretch along Liwu River. Four million years ago, the island of Taiwan was formed by the collision of plates. After millions of years of wind erosion, the marble rocks were exposed and cut by Liwu River, creating impressive grand canyons
  • Eternal Spring Temple: Spring water adjacent by the Eternal Spring Shine flows all year round, and the Highway Bureau named it after "Changchun Falls." It is now scenic spot with special significance on the Central Cross-Island Highway
  • Rei Suei Farm: Ruisui is also an ideal place to enjoy the leisurely pace of life on Taiwan's East Coast. In an area defined by a mere 135-km circumference, one can enjoy delicious dairy, coffee, tea, and other beverages, savour a spectrum of specialty cuisine, experience small town life. Ruisui presents the beauty of nature in its full charm, setting the perfect stage for a leisurely escape to Taiwan's East Coast
  • Jhihben Hot Spring: Experience the refined hot spring culture by relaxing your body and soul in the good quality of alkaline water (Bring own swimsuit and cap)
Day 4: Taitung / Pingtung / Kaohsiung (Breakfast/Lunch)
  • Buddha Museum: The Buddha Museum was constructed with the intention of enshrining the Buddha’s relic. The Sanskrit word “sarira” refers to the relics of a sage, which usually appear in crystalized form. The relic is perceived as a sign of the sage’s spiritual cultivation over a lifetime. (Buddha Museum will be changed to Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial on every Tuesday)
  • The Pier-2 Art Centre: It was once an abandoned and forgotten warehouse buried in history, However, with a group of persistent artist who injected waves of creativity and inspiration into the area, the Pier-2 area was released and re-born making the region a place where tourist and locals can come together to enjoy fine art. With the collision of an old area and new fine art, Pier-2 becomes an area of new vitality and liveliness
  • Banana Wharf: This two-story canopied structure was built at Kaohsiung Harbour's Wharf No. 3 in 1963. The open-air design, unique among storage facilities at the port, enabled the natural ventilation required for storage of bananas. Modernization and declining banana exports eventually consigned the Banana Warehouse to the annals of history
  • Night Market: Night Market serve snacks and provide entertainment and games for recreation, the garments/apparels and groceries are rarely seen in the market. In particular, the dozens of steak houses boom around the market offering beef steak at reasonable price or family-size package meal. No matter what you like to have, a variety of delicious food, specialties, cold drinks, ices and seafood here are offered for your choice
Day 5: Kaohsiung / Nantou / Taichung (Breakfast/Lunch)
  • Sun Moon Lake: The Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area is praised for its five major recreational systems. Divided by Lalu Island, the Sun Moon Lake scenic area got its name from the unique terrain that looked like a sun on one side and a crescent moon on the other. Crowned as one of the Eight Wonders of Taiwan. Sun Moon Lake is also the most famous source of hydroelectric power
  • Wenwu Temple: The architecture of the temple has the palace style of northern China. It is a large and imposing structure. The bronze statue of a seated Confucius makes this also the only Confucius temple in Taiwan that contains an image of the sage
Day 6: Taichung / Miaoli / Taipei / Taoyuan (Breakfast/Lunch)
  • Miaoli Hakka Museum: Called “Age of Discovery,” the 15th and 16th centuries saw a wave of global migration. At the time, mainland China was in political chaos and economic unrest, and therefore Hakka people moved aggressively to Taiwan. Those Hakka ancestors reclaimed the land and completely settled themselves down in Taiwan, not only practicing the customs and rituals that they had brought from their original hometown but also absorbing the nutrients from the new soil. A diverse and rich Hakka culture has thus burst out in Taiwan!
  • Vigor Kobo: bakery famous for it’s mini pineapple cakes and melt-in-the-mouth Red-in-green mini-cake
  • Martyrs’ Shrine: The 330,000 men who sacrificed their lives to the revolution before the establishment of the Republic of China and who fell during the Sino-Japanese war and the Chinese Civil war are worshipped here. Plates of these brave and loyal martyrs have been inserted into the four walls of the main building in testimony of their heroic deeds. Worth mentioning is the military police officers who guard the main gate, and who have been rigidly trained to stand like expressionless statues. Tourists alike are amazed at this display of composure and flock to see the ceremonial changing of the guards
  • National CKS Memorial Hall: This memorial hall was built in memory of Chiang Kai-shek, the first president of the Republic of China. The memorial hall is white with a blue roof, representing the dominant Colors in the ROC flag. A bronze statue of Chiang looks west symbolically to the Presidential Office Building and mainland China.
  • Ximen: It is the mecca for youth culture. From Tatton street to Wannian Plaza accessory shops, Coplay to street dancing. Pop stars often come here for promotional events on weekends
Day 7: Taoyuan /Singapore (Breakfast)
Transfer to airport for your flight back to Singapore. Your tour ends with memories of a truly delightful vacation with Travel Inc.

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Return economy class airfare to Taipei on Eva Airlines
  • Return airport transfer in Taipei (Seat In Coach)
  • 1 night accommodation at Taipei, 1 night accommodation at Hualien, 1 night accommodation at Taitung, 1 night accommodation at Kaohsiung, 1 night accommodation at Taichung and 1 night accommodation at Taoyuan
  • 6 Breakfast, 5 Lunch and 1 Dinner
  • Mandarin speaking guide
  • Service fee for Chinese Tour Guide and Driver : NTD700 per traveller (payable in Taiwan)
  • All airport taxes, airlines insurance, security charges and fuel surcharges. Approximately S$329.70 per traveller (subject to change due to currency fluctuation)

Travel Requirements

  • Travellers are responsible to ensure that all travel requirements are fulfilled prior to departure
  • Please ensure your passport has a validity of at least 6 months from the date of departure
  • Travellers are advised to consult Taiwan embassy if visa is required

Terms & Conditions

  • Booking Validity: 01Aug'18 - 20Mar'19
  • Fixed Departure on every Wednesday and Saturday only
  • Rates are not applicable for travel on 30Jan'19, 02Feb'19, 06Feb'19
  • Hotel surcharge (19Sep'18) : S$35.00 per person
  • Hotel surcharge (22Sep'18) : S$50.00 per person
  • Hotel surcharge (26Dec'18) : S$58.00 per person
  • Hotel surcharge (29Dec'18) : S$80.00 per person
  • Hotel surcharge (09Feb'19, 23Feb'19, 30Mar'19) : S$10.00 per person
  • Hotel surcharge (27Feb'19) : S$60.00 per person
  • Flight surcharge (16Nov-25Dec'18) : S$100.00 per pax
  • Minimum TWO passengers to travel together for the entire journey
  • To process reservation, a deposit of S$200.00 per person is required at the time of booking
  • Deposit paid does not constitute confirmation of tour. Bookings are on request basis, subject to flight(s) and room(s) availability
  • Balance payment must be paid upon confirmation of tour or 30days prior to departure, whichever date is earlier
  • A charge of S$100.00 per booking will be levied for each amendment to a confirmed booking
  • Unless otherwise stated, cancellation policy applies:
    • 30-35 days prior to departure : S$200.00 per person
    • 15-29 days prior to departure : 50% charge of total tour price
    • 07-14 days prior to departure : 75% charge of total tour price
    • less than 07 days prior to departure : 100% charge of total tour price
  • No refund value for any partially or totally unutilised services
  • The sequence of the tour itinerary may change with or without prior notice
  • Tour prices, services & conditions are correct as the time of publication but are subject to revision without prior notice
  • Please check in at the airport at least 2hours prior to your flight departure time
  • All other Terms and Conditions apply

Additional Information

  • Room Occupancy:
    • Single             : One adult in a room
    • Twin               : Two adults sharing a room
    • Triple             : Three adults sharing a room with a roll-away bed or sofa bed provided for the 3rd person, unless otherwise stated
    • Child Twin      : Applies to a child sharing a twin room with one adult
    • Child Wz Bed : Applies to a child sharing a twin room with two adults with only a roll-away bed or sofa bed provided for the 3rd person, unless otherwise stated
    • Child W/o Bed: Applies to two children sharing a twin room with two adults with only ONE roll-away bed or sofa bed provided, unless otherwise stated
    • Child here refers to a passenger over 2 but under 12 years of age at time of departure
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