Tour to Taiwan
Located off the east coast of mainland China, Taiwan has many natural attributes with a steep mountain range running from north to south, lush forests, lakes and an abundance of natural beauty.
Taipei is both the capital and culture and entertainment center. Major attractions such as the National Palace Museum houses some of the most valuable ancient Chinese artifacts. Ranked among world’s tallest building, Taipei 101 is a must-visit for both food and shop lovers. The Martyr’s Shrine, the impressive Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall and Shilin Night Market are also the highlights of the city.
Nature lovers will be amazed by the sheer cliffs, calming trails, waterfalls and pagodas of the Taroko National Park. Sun-Moon Lake is the largest natural lake in Taiwan half shaped like the sun and half shaped like the moon crescent. Kenting National Park is a famous tropical garden with some of the best Taiwan’s beach resorts in the area.
When to visit
Taiwan has a subtropical climate with wet, humid summers and short mild winters. With temperatures in the low ’60s to mid ’70s, the fall and winter are considered the most comfortable time to visit Taiwan.