Experience the fun and learn more about the interesting indigenous people of Taiwan here! We’ll first visit Buluowan where we’ll get to understand more about the Taroko tribe. Besides exploring their culture and tradition, we’ll also try out some of its unique native musical instruments and get to appreciate the Taroko tribe’s way of life.
Under a local’s guidance, let’s stroll along the Shakadang Trail where we can rest and relax by the beautiful Shakadang River. Following that, we’ll meet an experienced member of the Bunun Tribe, Aliman, who established the Luanshan Forest Museum. For the sake of protecting the forest, Aliman decided to acquire the piece of forest with all his might despite being burdened by bank loans. This well-preserved forest now functions like an outdoor museum which provides a platform for visitors to feel the power of nature, and experience wilderness in its most original form. Moving on to Alishan, we’re meeting our friend, A-jiang, of the Tsou tribe, as he brings us to his unique guesthouse. Through his sharing, we’ll learn of the origins and important traditions of the Tsou tribe. On top of that, we’ll have the opportunity to learn more about their native cuisine and even try preparing them
For a fun and cooling summer trip in Taiwan, Dapeng Bay in Pingtung County is the place to go! Try out some of their challenging and exciting water activities such as windsurfing here. A guided sightseeing cruise tour is also available for visitors to travel to other islands within the vicinity.
With various government buildings such as the Presidential Office Building located here, Taipei’s Boai Special District is known to be the core of the nation’s government body. The once very solemn area is now a great spot to tour within Taipei City.
Being surrounded by the sea, Taiwan is blessed with some of the most vibrant and attractive offshore islands that are worth a visit. In this trip, we’ll take you to wander off to these beautiful islands that offer unobstructed views where you can appreciate the beauty of the vast sky and sea.
Lukang Township has a history of over 200 years and is widely known as an old township in Taiwan. Much of its tradition is still preserved today; Travel back in time here by strolling along their meandering pavements and have an up-close look at their well-maintained old shops and houses. Lukang Township’s Longshan Temple is one of the popular places of attraction which you can explore too.