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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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Private Tour: Sun Moon Lake Day Trip with Cruise and Bullet Train from Taipei
"Prepare for a scenic day tour to Sun Moon Lake known throughout Taiwan for its enchanting beauty – no matter the season or time of day. Divided by Lalu Island the alpine lake was named for the round and crescent shapes of its unique landscape where hills and mountains reflect in the crystalline water. Your private guide will meet you in your hotel lobby and transfer you by private car to the Taipei main tr accompanied by your guide to Taichung -- about an hour away -- where you’ll disembark for a 39-mile (64-km) drive by private car to Sun Moon Lake. During the 1.5-hour ride absorb the spectacular hilllside scenery as you listen to commentary about the region and its aboriginal inhabitants from your informative guide. Learn how Sun Moon Lake and its surrounding countryside were designated one of thirteen National Scenic Area embark on a 1.5-hour private motorboat cruise on beautiful Sun Moon Lake stopping at several cultural spots along the way. Relax and be mesmerized by the sparkling water of the gorgeous lake
From $379.00
 
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

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Shops of Zhongshan Road

This is a shop that you must pay a visit. It is Mr. Wu Dun-Hou's lantern shop and it is in Zhongshan Road, just north of the intersection with Mincyuan Road. Mr. Wu Dun-Hou has been making lanterns...
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Longshan Temple

At the entrance of each temple you can find stone pillars, but the most impressive are the pillars by the entrance to the Hall of Five Gates where you can notice that the head of one dragon runs up...
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Temples

I had visited so many temples in Lukang i thought i met as well visit this last one before i departed. Sanshan Guowan Temple was first established in 1737 and enshrines gods from the three mountains,...
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Wenshang Shrine and Martial Temple

Many temples in Taiwan have a furnace but obviously it is not for cremating people. It is actually for burning "joss money" which is money for a god or one of your ancestors. Gold money must be burnt...
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Markets

You have to get here early morning because it will be closed by lunchtime. This market is on the corner of Fusing road and Lhanglu Road, very near Wenchang Shrine. We got there too late and there were...
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Houses of Lukang Old Street

By chance i stumbled upon the second bakery shop that has been in the same family for almost 130 years. This one is located in the old part of the city and seem to be doing really well. Please refer...
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Matsu Temple

As in many temples in Taiwan i saw rows and rows of thousands of tiny Buddhas, all identical displayed along the walls or on special stands. They are all tiny and golden with a red background. While i...
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Folk Arts Museum

When you enter the Folk Arts Museum the first thing you will see is a statue of Koo Xian Rong, whose family in 1973 donated the building to the city in order to establish the museum. He and friends...
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Mo-Lu Lane

The old town of Lukang had many narrow winding alleys whose main purpose were for fire protection and avoid sand blown by the strong seasonal winds. The most famous of these alleys is Mo-Lu Lane,...
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Lukang Pottery Museum

This review is not about the pottery museum but about the marvelous sculpture that are outside the museum. I guess the artist may have something to do with the museum but i have no information on...
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Jiuqu Lane

While walking along Jiuqu lane i came across this old man who i believe was making containers to steam dumplings in. It seems that he works all alone in his shop and has probably been doing this all...
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Super Duck

Throughout Lukang there are plenty of tea shops so no visit to the town is complete without sampling some of the drinks available. Super Duck means "big brother" in Chinese and is one of the best...
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Yang Bridge Park

I had been walking around Lukang for 4 hours so i was glad that i came across Yang Bridge Park where i was able to rest in pleasant surroundings. Inside the park is another temple but i had seen...
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Town Hall

I happened to discover the town hall by chance as the bus stop for the Changhua bus. I had a few minutes to spare and the first thing i noticed was the sculpture of the deer outside the building. The...
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