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Northern Taiwan, Central Taiwan

5 Days, Northern Taiwan & Central Taiwan.

Experience the highlights of both Qing dynasty and Japanese colonial era Taipei.

Wander among the magical rock formations of Yehliu Geopark.

Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Sun Moon Lake.

Learn about Taiwan’s hot springs in Beitou.

Visit flower-filled Zhongshe Flower Garden.

Visit Rainbow Village, a forgotten village invigorated by "Rainbow Grandpa's" artistic vision.

Day 1


Proceed to Taichung Zhongshe Flower Market Rainbow Military Dependents’ Village National Taichung Theater Fengjia Night Market

Day 2

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Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village Take cable car to Sun Moon Lake Miyahara Proceed to Taipei Shilin Night Market

Day 3


Yeliu Geopark Jiufen Village Shifen Old Street & Sky lantern Ximending

Day 4


Yangmingshan Beitou Hot Spring Museum Beitou Thermal Valley

Day 5


Dadaocheng Old Street Presidential Office Building CKS Memorial Hall Huashan 1914 Creative Park Airport


Zhongshe Flower Market

Zhongshe Flower Market is one of the best flower markets in all of Taiwan because it has different types of flowers in bloom throughout the year. It’s also a popular place for visitors, especially with couples, to do their photoshoot here. It is the ideal location for wedding photography!

Rainbow Military Dependents’ Village

Rainbow Military Dependents’ Village is located at Nantun District, Taichung City. All of the paintings on the house walls here were made by Grandpa Rainbow, Mr. Huang Yung-Fu. The colorful artworks show elements of the village and Grandpa Rainbow’s creativity, full of childlike fun. Visitors from all over the world have come here to take pictures of the art. The village is a highly popular tourist attraction in Taichung.

National Taichung Theatre

National Taichung Theater is a public performance space designed by Japanese well-known architect Toyo Ito. The modern design is based on “Culvert” concept. With curved walls, holes and tubes, yet not a single poles or beams in the entire building.

Fengjia Night Market

The Fengjia Night Market is one of Taichung's famous commercial business districts, covering approximately one kilometer in diameter around Feng Chia University and includes the Fengjia-Wenhua Night Market, Fengjia Rd., and Fuxing Rd.


Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village

Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village was established in 1986; total area is 62 hectares. The culture village features aboriginal cultures, combining tourism, culture and educational functions. It is located in Yuchi, Nantou County, near Sun Moon Lake. The culture village has made great efforts in updating the amusement facilities and services and has shown the vigorous spirits of the aboriginal tribes.

Sun Moon Lake

The Sun Moon Lake, located in the middle of Taiwan, with an elevation of 748 meters above sea level, is the only natural big lake in Taiwan. The southern part of Lalu Island is shaped like a new moon, and the northern part is shaped like a sun; hence the name Sun Moon Lake.


Miyahara was established in 1927 and soon became the largest ophthalmology clinic in the Taichung area. However, as time passed, the old and run down clinic gradually turned into an unsafe structure. Later, Taichung’s cake and confectionary enterprise, Richu, moved in and remodeled the space by adding modern equipment and design elements, and turning it into the company's most popular flagship store. When you visit Miyahara, you must try its signature ice cream. The numerous flavors and secret recipe make it irresistible.

Shilin Night Market

The Shilin Night Market is one of the well-organized and most popular night markets. At the Shilin Night Market, visitors can shop from store to store and have a large selection of clothes and accessories that they can bargain for reasonable prices.


Yeliu Geopark

Yeliu GeoPark, located at North Coast, is a cape part of Datun Mountain that stretches into the sea. The terrain, under erosion, weathering effect and crust movement, is shaped into many unique geological phenomena. The famous Queen’s Head and Candlestick Rock can be seen here.

Jiufen Village

Jiufen was once a major gold mining town and is now a popular spot for tourists to experience a taste of history. The name “Jiufen”, which literally means “nine pieces” in Mandarin, comes from a legend whenever one family goes grocery shopping, they would buy nine portions for other eight families.

Shifen Old Street

Located in the Pingxi area, Shifen Old Street is a collection of lanes and alleys in and around the Shifen railway station area. The station is located in a scenic area that greets visitors with beautiful waterfalls and streams.


Ximenting is the mecca for youth culture. From Tattoo Street to Wannian Plaza accessory shops, cosplay to street dancing, Ximenting offers a venue for youths to express themselves. Pop stars often come here for promotional events on weekends.



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.

Beitou Hot Spring Museum

This museum is housed in public hot spring bath built during the Japanese colonial era. The Tudor-style building has a brick and wood façade and black tile roof set picturesquely in the surrounding greenery. The building had fallen into a deep state of disrepair when local preservationists saved it from demolition. This is a good spot to learn about Beitou's rich hot spring culture and history.

Thermal Valley

Located beside Beitou Hot Spring Park, Thermal Valley is one of the sources supplying the area’s hot springs. The sulfuric steam that blankets the valley year-round gives the valley a frightening quality, giving rise to nicknames like “Ghost Lake.” The springs here have the highest temperatures of any in the Datunshan volcano group. With its surreal sulfuric atmosphere, it’s no wonder Thermal Valley was considered one of the “12 great sights of Taiwan” during the Period of Japanese Occupation!


Dadaocheng Old Street

Dadaocheng was originally settled by Pingpu people that migrated there after a fierce fight with settlers in Mengjia (current day Wanhua District) from Tongan in Fujian Province. Over the years, Dadaocheng developed with shops and homes rising up along the Tamsui River. In recent years, Dadaocheng Wharf has hosted major fireworks festivals. There is also a bikeway by the wharf for riverside cycling in scenic and historic Dadaocheng.

Presidential Office Building

The Presidential Building is close to Taipei Main Station and Ximending. The building was built during Japanese colonization period. It was the governor's mansion at that time. During the ending period of World War II, the building was seriously damaged due to bombing. After Taiwan was reclaimed by R.O.C., the building was re-constructed in 1946. The building has been used as the presidential mansion after the central government of R.O.C. was re-instated in Taiwan.

CKS Memorial Hall

To commemorate former Taiwan president Chiang Kai-Shek, this architecture is built referring to the rooftop of Beijing Temple of Heaven and the shape of Pyramid. National Theater and National Concert Hall with ancient Chinese palace style design sit on either side. Grand front square and changing of the guard at 9 am and 5 pm make it a must-visit location.

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.