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Sun Moon Lake and Nantou Cultural Experience Day Tour including Wine and Tea Tasting
"You will be picked up at your hotel in Taipei City or Taipei Main Station at 9:00 am and proceed to Natou. Your first top is the Chung Tai Chan Monastery.Chung Tai Chan Monastery the biggest Buddhist temple in the central Taiwan shows resemblance to a mosque. Walk in through a cooper gate weighing 5.5 tons you’ll see the tremendous Four Heavenly Kings propping up the four corners. The museum beside collects lots of Buddhist cultural relics coming from Mainland China. Puli the town where Sun Moon Lake lies boasts pure water that best suits wine brewing and paper hand-making. Visit the Puli Winery and sample the popular ""Shaoxing Wine"" one of the most famous varieties traditional Chinese wines fermented from rice. Afterwards stop by the paper mill and you can also make your own paper from fibers. Later
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Sun Moon Lake and Nantou Cultural Experience Day Tour including Wine and Tea Tasting
"You will be picked up at your hotel in Taipei City or Taipei Main Station at 9:00 am and proceed to Natou. Your first top is the Chung Tai Chan Monastery.Chung Tai Chan Monastery the biggest Buddhist temple in the central Taiwan shows resemblance to a mosque. Walk in through a cooper gate weighing 5.5 tons you’ll see the tremendous Four Heavenly Kings propping up the four corners. The museum beside collects lots of Buddhist cultural relics coming from Mainland China. Puli the town where Sun Moon Lake lies boasts pure water that best suits wine brewing and paper hand-making. Visit the Puli Winery and sample the popular ""Shaoxing Wine"" one of the most famous varieties traditional Chinese wines fermented from rice. Afterwards stop by the paper mill and you can also make your own paper from fibers. Later
From $399.00
 
Sun Moon Lake 1-Day Leisure Tour from Taipei
"Surrounded by lush green mountain peaks Sun Moon Lake is considered as one of the top scenic spots in Taiwan. Famed for its hiking and biking trails (named as one of the world’s top cycling destinations by CNN) as well as a plethora of other attractions and activities the lake attracts millions of visitors each year. Historically and culturally rich temples pagodas and other monuments are part of the stunning scenery of Taiwan’s largest lake. Late president Chiang Kai-shek once chose Sun Moon Lake as his preferred summer get-away and many attempts to capture the beauty of the lake have been made by poets and artist one of the most popular tourist spots in Taiwan.The lake is divided by Lalu Island
From $150.00

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Baguashan

Although you are unlikely to get lost in Baguashan Park it is a good idea to take a photo of the map on your camera or I-pad just to remind you of what attractions that you want to visit. There are...
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Railway Roundhouse

Between the office where you ha e to show your I.D. and the roundhouse there are two interesting looking robots that have been made from old engine parts. Next to them is a sign with a diagram...
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Fountain

Outside Changhua Station there is a large plaza that contains 15 fountains, two are large choreographed fountains, the rest are a lot smaller. The large central fountain has a water jet on top and...
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Guanyin Pavilion

Guanyin Pavilion or Kiahua Temple was built by Tan Ching-Cheng , the chief magistrate of Changhua County in 1724. It was actually the very first temple that was constructed in Changhua County. During...
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Cultural Affairs Bureau

There is absolutely no reason to go here but i walked past it on the way to see the Big Buddha which is nearby. I had just got off the bus from Lukang and i could see the Big Buddha on a nearby hill...
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Confucius Temple

I was waling back from Baguashan to the bus station when i passed Confucius Temple and according to my guidebook it was one of the oldest Confucian temples in Taiwan but nobody seemed to be around. I...
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Flower countryside

Tien-Wei, my hometown is flower country. The most local people plant flowers and trees for life. The flowers that you see in Jian-Kuao Flower Market in Taipei city are originally right from Tien-Wei....
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New Baikuo Shan Amusement Park (·s¦ÊªG¤s¹C¼Ö°Ï)

The park is one of the tablelands of Pakuashan (The Eight Diagrams Mountain), There are facilities of B.B.Q. site, Mountain training plant, Electric Amusement Area, European-style Flower Garden,...
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Wenwu Temple (chinese: ¤åªZ¼q)

Lugang Wenkai School is right the Wenchang Emperor Shrine to be called Wentsz (Civil Shrine) for short, also called Wumyau (Military Temple). It's the place of origin of culture and education in...
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Tyanhou Temple (chinese: ¤Ñ¦Z®c)

Lugang Tyanhou Temple was built in the 3rd year of Yungjeng in Ching dynasty, dedicated to Madzu. It's said that General Shi Lang brought the Madzu's statue when he attacked Taiwan. The statue was...
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Taiwan Folk Village (chinese: ¥xÆW¥Á«U§ø)

It's a large scale of multiplex holiday resort with sorts of subject parks. It includes mountain forest scenery area; Natural education area of various animals and plants; Taiwanese Area of yesterday...
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Confucius Temple (chinese: ¤Õ¼q)

Changhua Confucius Temple was built in 1726 more than 200 years ago, ranked as class-1 ancient remains. The present Confucius Temple rebuilt through the experts' study and design is still preserved...
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Lungshan Temple (chinese: Às¤s¦x)

Lungshan Temple in Lukang, built in the end of Ming Dynasty, was repaired and moved to the present place during the years of Chyanlung in Ching dynasty. Lushan Temple is considered as the Taiwan's...
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Buddha

Changhua is best known for its landmark statue of the Buddha. At 26 metres tall, the statue sits atop Bagua Mountain overlooking the city.
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