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Taiwan Tours and Trips 2017/2018

6 trips through Taiwan

Find the right tour for you through Taiwan, Asia. We’ve got 6 tours going to Taiwan, starting from just 6 days in length, and the longest tour is 11 days. The most popular month to go is October, which has the most number of tour departures.

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  • Try your hand at traditional paper making, from within a church made of paper tubes!
  • Hike through the Taroko Gorge to see its 18km marble wall.
  • Take a relaxing soak in the “beauty soup” hot springs of Jiaosi.
  • Fill your belly with Ami style “earth oven” cooking, in the picturesque East Rift Valley.
  • Take in a 270° panoramic view of Sun Moon Lake from the Sky Lounge.
  • Marvel at the strange hoodoo stones found at Yehliu National Geo Park. Take a picture beside the “Queen's Head”, the “Fairy Shoe” and the “Kissing Rock”.
  • Known by many as “Taipei’s stomach”, the Ningxia Night Market is not to be missed. Enjoy dishes like oyster omelet, stinky tofu, and taro cake.
  • Fly up the elevators of Taipei 101 at 1010m per minute. You’ll reach the 89th-floor observation deck in only 40 seconds!


  • The official language of Taiwan is Mandarin Chinese. Many people (particularly the young) speak some English.
  • The national currency of Taiwan is the New Taiwan Dollar. Credit cards aren’t widely accepted so be prepared with cash. ATM’s are readily available.
  • Don’t leave Taiwan without Sun Cakes, hand-painted paper fans and Oolong tea.
  • Be sure to try pineapple cake! Play it safe and stick to bottled water.
  • Wear what you like in Taiwan, but keep your look neat and tidy.
  • Tipping is not part of the culture, but if you’d like to reward good service, give the tip directly to the staff member.
  • Garbage trucks play music in Taiwan to prompt people to bring out their trash!
  • Taiwan was named Ilha Formosa (Beautiful Island) by the Portuguese. Formosa remained the official name of the island until the Second World War.