8 hours in total
All food & beverages are included
Meet up in YanSan Night Market
What To Expect
Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall
Standing as the symbol of Kuomintang and Taiwan's first President Chiang Kai Shek, the massive commemorative monument mirrors the “Clear blue sky, white sun, and a wholly red earth”, which is described in the national anthem, in its architecture. Not only can you enjoy the changing of guards on the hour in the main hall but also visit the National Theater and Concert Hall located nearby.
The Tallest Skyscraper in Taiwan: Taipei 101
When you overlook the low-rise city landscape of Taipei, you'll realize that it's worth waiting in line to get a God's-eye-view of the city. The elevator in 101 rockets you up to the 89th floor in only 37 seconds, where you can sit atop the pride and joy of architecture in Taiwan.
Must-Eat Restaurant: Michelin Star – “Din Tai Fung”
The New York Times rated Din Tai Fung as one of the top ten restaurants in the world. It is a distinctive honor shared by no other Taiwanese restaurants in the past. In 2013, Din Tai Fung was ranked No. 1 in the “101 Best Restaurants in Asia” list, released by The Daily Meal. Din Tai Fung invites you to experience their exquisite cuisine.
Encounter a Healing Deity at a UNESCO World Heritage Site: Bao-an Temple
This 200-year-old historical site was deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it has been maintained and repaired for ages with traditional techniques, preserving the ancient knowledge and culture.
We depart every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
- 9:00 am: Pick you up at your hotel in Taipei. If you need to be picked up at airport or hotels out of Taipei, there will be an additional charge.
- 9:30 am: Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall
- 11:00 am: Taipei 101 Observatory
- 12:30 pm: Lunch at Din Tai Fung Restaurant, XiaoLongBao
- 14:30 pm: Taipei Confucius Temple
- 16:00 pm: Bao-an Temple
- 17:00 pm: Arrive at your hotel
- Ticket for Taipei 101 Observatory
- A great English-speaking driver guide
- Travel insurance