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Taiwan Trips (flight + hotel)

Top hotels in Taiwan

Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taichung
Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taichung
4.5 out of 5
No. 666, Sec. 2 Taiwan Boulevard, Taichung
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is P3,506 per night from 10 May to 10 May
4.4/5Excellent! (1,405 reviews)
Big rooms in a great location
"located in the center of Taichung, its the perfect starting point for any plans you have in the city. Hotel is showing signs of age but it doesnt lack any ammenities which are necessary for a good night sleep"

Reviewed on Jan 3, 2021

Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taichung
Caesar Park Taipei
Caesar Park Taipei
4 out of 5
38 Chung Hsiao West Road Section 1, Zhongzheng, Taipei
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is P2,536 per night from 13 May to 13 May
4.2/5Very Good! (2,761 reviews)
"Quite nice! Great location and service!"

Reviewed on Apr 29, 2021

Caesar Park Taipei
Lakeshore Hotel Tainan
Lakeshore Hotel Tainan
4 out of 5
No. 269, Section 1, Yongfu Road, West Central District, Tainan
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is P4,206 per night from 8 Jun to 8 Jun
4.6/5Wonderful! (1,381 reviews)
非常好,值得推薦
"很舒適的住宿環境,我們一家都很喜歡,早餐餐點很豐富,第一晚我們吃了飯店自助餐也很好吃。很推薦喔!"

Reviewed on Feb 5, 2021

Lakeshore Hotel Tainan
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Taiwan Vacation Packages

Experience the natural and cultural riches of this East Asian island nation, home to mountain trails, monuments, temples and skyscrapers. With mountain landscapes, white-sand beaches, tropical forests and hot springs, Taiwan has no shortage of diverse attractions.

Begin your visit in  Taipei. This lively, cosmopolitan city in the north of the island has a history preserved in shrines, temples and monuments. Tour the grand Confucius Temple and view the vast collection of Asian art at the National Palace Museum. One of the city's most popular attractions is the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial, a monumental building dedicated to the memory of President Chiang Kai-shek. Take the fast elevator up the 1,670-foot (510-meter) Taipei 101 skyscraper. Browse night market stalls at Snake Alley and Shilin and stop at a food stall for grilled quail eggs or fried chicken and noodles.

Rent a bike for a cycling trip along the riverside trails. Taiwan is bike friendly with thousands of miles of cycling paths and lanes throughout the island.

Taiwan’s diverse scenery offers plenty of outdoor activities. Just outside Taipei is Yangmingshan National Park, known for its hot sulfur spring baths and mountain hiking trails. Travel to the southern tip of Taiwan for Kenting National Park. Relax on its beaches, dive among corals and go bird-watching in the forests. Make your way to Yehliu to investigate unusual rock formations shaped by millions of years of wind and sea erosion. Hike through Taroko Gorge to the Eternal Spring Shrine. This temple sits above a waterfall and is flanked by mountains.

A great way to see some of the scenery is to take the Alishan Forest Railway. The line climbs through steep forest terrain to the Alishan mountain resort.

If you have time in your schedule, take a short flight from Taipei to the Matsu Islands. Visit the small archipelago’s beaches, temples, forts and tunnels that were previously used by the military.

With its subtropical climate, Taiwan’s superlative scenery, religious sites and outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

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