- Travel days
- 3-Days Tour
- Themed Itineraries
|09:00~10:30||The Liyu (Carp) Mountain Hiking Path|
|The surprisingly scenic, 223-meter-high Liyu (Carp) Mountain was so named because of its fish-like shape. All the sunshine-craving souls should climb the mountain, preferably to the summit: shaped like the head of a carp!|
|10:30~12:00||Bishan Temple and a strawberry-picking trip to Baishihu|
|The hillside Bishan Temple is Taiwan’s largest shrine to Kai-Zhang-Sheng-Wang, commanding a panoramic view of the Taipei 101 and Songshan Airport!
The Baishihu valley area boasts Taipei City’s first large-span suspension bridge and one of the earliest government-aided tourist orchards, which produces strawberries (the bestseller in spring time), pomelos, pitaya (dragon fruits), tomatoes and oranges, among other seasonal fruits and vegetables.
|12:30~14:30||Meeting all your entertainment needs at Miramar Entertainment Park|
|Miramar in Dazhi is a shopping complex offering designer goods, entertainment facilities and Asia’s second largest rooftop Ferris wheel that not only lends varying visual effects to the night sky, but also gives the riders a 3-dimensional version of urban nightscape, right under their feet.|
|15:00~16:00||A boating trip on the scenic Blue Highway (Meiti-Xikou Route)|
|Taipei City’s Blue Highway program includes a scenic Meiti-Xikou boat route that features overwhelming architectural diversity along Keelung River. The boat ride is an affordable option to couples seeking to rekindle romance.|
|16:30~17:00||Nightscape-viewing on the Rainbow Bridge|
|The S-shaped, red-colored Rainbow Bridge on Keelung River connects Taipei’s Songshan and Neihu Districts. It is a popular meeting spot for young couples, offering a romantic view of waterfront skyline by day, and the two illuminated McArthur Bridges by night.|
|17:00~19:00||Local dishes at 44 South Village|
|The village was established to accommodate military dependants who retreated with the Nationalist Government to Taiwan, and currently serves as a multi-area venue for cultural exhibitions and performances. Nestled in the village is Good Cho’s, a restaurant dedicated to a creativity-oriented lifestyle.|