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In spite of being a small island, Taiwan has her special geologic structure, constituting a variety of prodigious and unique views. In addition to versatile cultural characteristics, Taiwan’s travelling resources become more abundant. To make travellers enjoy themselves and have a in-depth travelling, we combine different natural views with cultural characteristics. Based on different topics, we provide visitors with a series of travelling routes. Please ask us – Tel: 01283820467
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These can be added to an existing tour to give a longer experience of Taiwan. Please ask for all Options available.
See the best sights and experience an amazing day at the Taroka Gorge.
The best sightseeing in a relaxed way – Not to be missed
Location Taiwan’s total land area is only about 36,000 square kilometers (14,400 square miles); it is shaped like a leaf that is narrow at both ends. It lies off the southeastern coast of mainland Asia, across the Taiwan Strait from Mainland China– a solitary island on the western edge of the Pacific Ocean. To the north lies Japan; to the south is the Philippines. Many airlines fly to Taiwan, helping make it the perfect travel destination. Taiwan lies on the western edge of the Pacific “rim of fire,” and continuous tectonic movements have created majestic peaks, rolling hills and plains, basins, coastlines, and other wonders. Taiwan’s tropical, sub-tropical, and temperate climates provide clear differentiation between the different seasons. There are about 18,400 species of wildlife on the island, with more than 20% belonging to rare or endangered species. Among these are the land-locked salmon, Taiwan mountain goat, Formosan rock monkey, Formosan black bear, blue magpie, Mikado pheasant, Xueshan grass lizard, and many more. The government has established 8 national parks and 13 national scenic areas to preserve Taiwan’s best natural ecological environment and cultural sites. Take a hike in the splendor and sheer heights of the cliffs at Taroko Gorge; take a ride on the Alishan Forest Railway and experience the breathtaking sunrise and sea of clouds; hike up to the summit of Northeast Asia’s highest peak, Yushan. You can also soak up the sun in Kenting, Asia’s version of Hawaii; stand at the edge of Sun Moon Lake; traipse through the East Rift Valley; or visit the offshore islands of Kinmen and Penghu.