Local Culture Family



Northern Taiwan, Central Taiwan, Southern Taiwan

5 Days, Northern Taiwan & Central Taiwan & Southern Taiwan

Travel through 4 cities in Taiwan - Taipei, Taichung, Tainan and Kaohsiung.

Enjoy the chilling vibe and soak yourself in the arts.

Spectacular Big Buddha & Traditional Hakka culture.

Having your own private karaoke booth up in the sky!

Try out the local food and take a ferry ride to Cijin.

Day 1

Tainan CityKaohsiung City

Taoyuan airport Forward to Tainan City 【Tainan City】Ten Drum Creative Park Blueprint Culture & Creative Park 【Kaohsiung City】Hotel Check in

Day 2

Kaohsiung City

Meinung Folk Village -Paper Umbrella painting E-DA Theme Park (Ferris Wheel with KTV + Feeling Taiwan ) Fo Guang Shan / New Year Festival of Light and Peace Hi-Lai Vegetarian Restaurant

Day 3

Kaohsiung City

Dragon and Tiger pagodas Sizhiwan Big Bowl Ice Taking Ferry to Cijin Island Cijin Island Old street Pier 2 Art Center Kaohsiung Port Warehouse No.2 Han-Hsien International Hotel -Sky Chinese Restaurant at 40th floor

Day 4

Taichung CityTaipei CityTaichung City

National Taichung Theatre Wu Chun Tea Hall Zhongshe Flower Market 【Taipei City】Raohe night market (Rainbow Bridge/ Love Lock ) AMBA Songshan Hotel

Day 5

AMBA Songshan Hotel Taoyuan airport


Ten Drum Creative 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.

Blueprint Culture & Creative Park

Since the disappearance of Blue Print on Hai'an Road), the Blueprint Culture & Creative Park has come to replace it. Located in the Old Judicial Dormitory area, it is a 3D blueprint nighttime art installation with bright lights throwing dazzling white lines on a blue wall, and an old tree lit by a yellow light. There’s also some painted wall and art installations in the public area are also popular photo opportunities in the park, tempting many tourists to linger.

Han-Hsien International Hotel

It’s a five-star International Hotel, it offers 42-stories of accommodation where even the most seasoned traveler will encounter a harmonious blend of luxury and personal charm without a hint of ostentation. The hotel is across from the Kaohsiung City Hall, secluding from noisy bazaar while easily accessible of downtown. The magnificent ambience of the hotel's rooms and state-of-the-art facilities, together with the warmest of service.

Han-Hsien International Hotel – Sky Chinese Restaurant at 40th floor

The Sky Chinese Restaurant at the 40th floor is the finest Chinese restaurant in Kaohsiung. While having the authentic Chinese cuisine, you can also enjoy the view of the city and harbor.


Meinong Folk Village

Meinong is a famous Hakka Village in Kaohsiung County, with a population of about 50,000. The Hakka settlers then founded the town of Meinong. Now, 95% of inhabitants in Meinong are still Hakka. And the village is famous for its oil paper umbrellas.

E-DA Theme Park

E-DA Theme Park is the only Greek Aegean Sea styled theme park in Taiwan. The three major areas are Acropolis, Mountain City and Trojan Castle. It also has exciting attractions, which includes outdoor roller coaster, Ferris wheel and Feeling Taiwan-the flight simulator.
The Ferris wheel is 230 meters above sea level, it's also the tallest Ferris wheel in Taiwan, and you can also enjoy the karaoke in the booth at the same time. The flight simulator - Feeling Taiwan shows you around Taiwan for 19 different attractions and iconic local festival in 6 minutes.

Fo Guang Shan

Passing through the front hall, a long walkway with tall pagodas sitting by both sides leads the visitors to a big Buddha statue. It will be one the most amazing and serene scene you have ever seen.

Fo Guang Shan New Year Festival of Light and Peace

The “2020 Fo Guang Shan New Year Festival of Light and Peace” is holding from January 25th to February 22nd (from the 1st to the 29th of the first Lunar month). The month-long festival takes inspiration from Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s New Year Couplet, “Every Journey in This World is a Path to Happiness.”

Hi-Lai Vegetarian Restaurant

Hi-Lai Vegetarian is the first 5-star hotel branded vegetarian restaurant in Taiwan. With 5-star caliber chefs, natural ingredients, and cuisine styles that span the globe, it also has open kitchen, which allows diners to see exactly what our professional chefs are doing at any moment.


Dragon and Tiger pagodas

The dragon's throat is the entrance and the tiger's mouth is the exit. Entering a dragon's throat and coming out a tiger's mouth symbolizes turning bad luck to good fortune. Inside, paintings depict China's 24 most obedient sons as well as scenes of heaven and hell to inspire people to do good deeds during their lifetime, and to provide threatening examples of retribution for wrongdoing.

Sizhiwan Big Bowl Ice

Located in close proximity to Gushan Ferry Station, "Ocean of Ice by the Ferry Dock" has a casual-looking store front. There is nothing fancy about the place; the only form of decoration is graffiti on every inch of the wall left by store patrons. It’s known for its freshly cut fruits and big serving size.

Cijin Scenery Area

Long striped sandbank outside Kaohsiung Port, is a nice location for sunset watching and summer water activities. To go to Cijin, take ferry at Gushan Ferry Station and get off at Cijin Station, walk along Cijin Old Street to visit Cijin Tianhou Temple, Seashore Park, Cijin Beach and try out the local snack one the and try out the local snack.

Pier 2 Art Center

In 2005, Cultural Bureau began series of space renovation project, turning old warehouses into a base of creativity that showcases art performance and cultural creation. The utilization has turned Pier-2 Art Center into a must-visit attraction in Kaohsiung.

Kaohsiung Port Warehouse No.2 (KW2)

KW2 is an old railway warehouse being repurposed to combine cultural creativity, dining and exhibition spaces. It houses all kinds of restaurants, cafes and variety shops selling bags, accessories, handicrafts and clothing...etc.


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.

Wu Chun Tea Hall

The tea hall provided a lot of traditional Taiwanese food, includes beef noodles, sesame oil chicken soup, deep fried rice cake and bunch of creative drinks combined with the bubble, it’s a good place if you want to try the local food in Taichung.

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!

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.

Rainbow Bridge

People usually stroll around the bridge, which is a shortcut between Neihu and the Raohe Night Market and Songshan Railway Station, drastically saving travel time for those living in the Songshan and Neihu Districts. The Rainbow Bridge attracts many amateur photographers at night, when its illumination adds much to the beauty of the city’s nightscape.

AMBA Songshan Hotel

Designed for the savvy urban traveler who appreciates creativity, connectivity and conservation, AMBA Hotels adds an element of fun to travel through its modern, playful design, inviting social areas, and energetic team. The hotel is directly connected to Songshan Station for metro and trains, and Raohe Night Market is within five minutes' walk.