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5D4N DISCOVER NEW SPOTS IN EASTERN & NORTHERN TAIWAN

5D4N

Northern Taiwan, Eastern Taiwan

5 Days, Northern Taiwan & Eastern Taiwan

Enjoy stunning views of Taroko Gorge, Taiwan’s Grand Canyon.

Have fun making your own scallion pancake.

Pedal along the north coast of Taiwan with mountain and ocean view by your side.

Eat your way through 2 famous Night Markets in Taiwan.

Day 1

Yilan county

Arrive in airport transfer to Yilan Jimmy Park National Center for Traditional Arts Luodong Night Market Check in

Day 2

Yilan countyHualien County

Scallion Pancake DIY Transfer to Hualien Taroko Gorge National Park Overnight near Qixingtan Beach

Day 3

Hualien CountyKeelung CityTaipei City

Chingshui Cliff Chen-Pin Fishing Harbor Lunch Agenna Shipyard Shen’ao Rail Bike Free time in Ximemding

Day 4

Taipei City

Yangmingshan National Park Grand Hotel Taipei (Photo Stop) Huashan 1914 Creative Park Raohe Night Market

Day 5

Out Taoyuan International Airport

Day1

Jimmy Park

The place was the “Cheluqian Sugar Factory” back in Japanese era. The factory eventually shut down in 2003. After deserted for years, the 22 abandoned warehouses were taken over by Ten Drum for redevelopment and features Taiwan specialty drum music as its main performance.

National Center for Traditional Arts

This new 24-hectare facility is located beside beautiful Dong Mountain (Dongshan) River in Yilan. In addition to organized displays and performances of culture and art, it also provides a stage where performing artists can show off their creative works. The emphasis here is on the continuous propagation, innovation, and renewal of traditional arts. You can stroll casually among artistic creations, listen to elegant music, and enjoy exciting opera performances--and you can even participate in the process of artistic creation yourself. From the Center, you can take a boat and visit the Dong Mountain (Dongshan) River Water Park.

Luodong Night Market

As the most popular and largest night markets in Yilan, Luodong Night Market boasts yummilicious variety of authentic Taiwanese street food, such as Angelica Lamb Soup (Dang-gui-yan-rou-tang), Sanxing Spring Onion Buns (San-xing-cong-bao), Deep-fried Meat Cake (Gao-zha), Meat Fritters (Bu-rou), Deep Fried Pork Rolls (Long-feng-tui), Crispy Egg Cakes (Cui-pi-ji-dan-gao), etc.

Day2

Scallion Pancake DIY

Sanxing Township in Yilan is famous for its scallion. Have you heard of scallion pancake (green onion pancake)? Scallion pancake is a common street vendor food in Taiwan. When travelers visit Sanxing Township, it is highly recommended to try making scallion pancake on your own and have a taste.

Taroko Gorge National Park

Taroko became a national park in 1986, including Hualien County, Nantou County and Taichung City. 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. From Qingshui to Nanhu Peak, the drop height is 3,742 meters. Such special geography has also bred special flora and fauna in this area.

Qixingtan Beach

Shaped like a crescent, Qixingtan Beach in Hualien is where the mountains meet the sea. There are many sightseeing trails and beach pavilions, including a star-watching square. The area at the southern end of Qixingtan is a new development area with a large selection of reasonably-priced hotels and B&B.

Day3

Chingshui Cliff

Qingshui Cliff, located on the section of the Suao-Hualien Highway that stretches between Heping and Chongde stations, is one of the most spectacular sights on Taiwan's Pacific coast. The cliff is more than 1,000 meters high and drops almost vertically into the sea. The highway snakes along its curving face more than 20 kilometers, with the sheer cliff rising on one side and a sheer drop to the ocean on the other.

Chen-Pin Fishing Harbor

Chen-Pin Fishing Harbor which is known as "Venice of Taiwan". There are colorful buildings for being the best background of a photo. It is now becoming a popular place for Instagram check-in spot.

Agenna Shipyard

Agenna Shipyard is one of the most popular abandoned places in northern Taiwan. It is located in the historic port city of Keelung. The shipyard is opened in 1967 but was only in operation until the 1980s. After many years, the ruins of the shipyard capture people’s attention with its fragmented but charming styles.

Shen’ao Rail Bike

The Shen’au Rail Bike offers you a chance to experience the picturesque view of lush mountains on one side and turquoise ocean view on the other while pedaling along the north coast.

Ximemding

One of the most popular destination for tourists, the Ximending Pedestrian Area is the centre of the district, and accessible from Exit 6 of Ximen Station. Ximending is the mecca for youth culture. From Tattoo Street to Wannian Plaza accessory shops, cosplay to street dancing, Ximending offers a venue for youths to express themselves.

Day4

Yangmingshan National Park

Yangmingshan features a widely varying terrain, diverse ecology, and is home to numerous protected species. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of one of Taiwan’s endemic bird species—the Formosan Blue Magpie.
The Yangmingshan area also possesses a wealth of geothermal resources, with hot springs having differing compositions depending on their location in the park.

Shen’ao Rail Bike

Since 1952, the Grand Hotel has been standing midway up Yuanshan, a towering building with red columns, gilded tiles and a magnificent, grandiose, regal, classic presence, a must-visit great gem of Chinese culture.

Huashan 1914 Creative Park

Huashan 1914 Creative Park is located at the site of the former Taihoku Winery. The park is home to a number of restaurants, art galleries, cultural and creative stores, and performance venues. Exhibition and performance spaces are also available for rental, further making this a center of Taiwan's cultural and creative industry.

Raohe Night Market

One of the oldest night markets in Taipei, the Raohe Street Night Market is a must visit destination! The epitome of a traditional Taiwanese night market, this 600 meters path along Raohe Street in Songshan District is packed with fun and interesting night foods and snacks, quaint shops and stalls, and carnival games with prizes.